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Nicey Treat finds a home in Broad Ripple




You've seen Nicey Treat's Jeff Patrick out and about for the past couple seasons with his bicycle cart selling his all-natural frozen treats at markets and events. Now you can get his unique frozen pops at his shop in Broad Ripple, recently opened at 916 Westfield Blvd.

The new shop includes a production kitchen in the back that allows Patrick the space to create the treats he's become known for.


"Pink lemonade is my best seller," he told me, and it's especially popular with kids.

Me, I like the avocado, pineapple basil and banana cream flavors. Pops are $3, and it's an extra buck to get them dipped in dark or milk chocolate. I can't help but think that I'd like to try an avocado pop dipped in dark chocolate.

Check out Katy Carter's profile of Nicey Treat, written in 2012 when its bicycle cart first appeared on the scene.



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