The time has come for Sweet Action

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Sweet Action, the ice cream shop headed by
Samantha Kopicko and Chia Basinger that I wrote about last week in Get Some Sweet Action on Broadway, opens this afternoon at 52 Broadway, in the spot formerly occupied by Fahrenheit Books, where it shares space with Twisted Sol tattoos.

While many eateries have trouble hitting their target opening date, not so Sweet Action."Uh, it's warm out," says Kopicko. "Let's eat some awesome ice cream!"

Especially because it's supposed to snow tomorrow. So now's the time to spoon up some garam masala ice cream.

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