Descriptive Essay On Ice Cream

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SOUTH MIAMI — Everyday from 10 in the morning until 10 at night, a steady stream of people enter Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream Shop in the Lofts at Sunrise Beach, and leave with sticky hands and faces — and big smiles.
Sometimes, as many as 50 people will be in line for the cones, ice cream sandwiches, and other goodies.
The midwestern ice cream chain’s second location in South Florida has been a success since the day it opened June 4, 2016. Its popularity has only grown, co-owners Ken Schulenburg and Juliana Ortiz said.
The longtime couple attributes the shop’s popularity to the family-friendly atmosphere they’ve tried to foster.
“Our vision was to create the memories that we had when we were kids going to ice cream shops”, said Schulenburg, who goes by the nickname ‘ScoopDogg. ’ “In Miami, you get businesses that are trying to do that, but many of them are microbreweries, so it’s not totally a family environment.
But the explosion in popularity hasn’t been all sweet, especially for neighboring tenants in the Lofts, a residential and retail complex on the northwest corner of U.S. 1 and Southwest 72nd Street.
Some businesses complain that Handle’s patrons overwhelm them with requests to use the restroom — Handel’s doesn’t have a public bathroom — and take away precious street parking from their customers while leaving trails of debris as they exit the restaurant.
“We can’t pay for all of their people to wipe their butts with our toilet paper,” said Valerie Buccieri, who owns

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