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Good News for Your Sweet Tooth: Full Tilt Is Coming to Capitol Hill!

by Ana Sofia Knauf Customers outside of Full Tilt's Columbia City shop. Kelly O Seattle ice cream darling Full Tilt will open its next parlor-arcade in Capitol Hill's 15th Avenue corridor. The shop, which exposed more folks to the wonder that is ube ice cream, will replace the Starbucks between Smith and Sugar Plum. Local restaurateur Linda Derschang reportedly gave Full Tilt owner Justin Cline the heads up about the opening, Seattle Met reports.
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