If you’re a dog, you can get ice cream at Ollie’s. It’s made from peanut butter, bananas, apples, and crushed dog treats. And if you’re a human, you have options as well. Their kettle corn ice cream, for example, with swirls of salty caramel, or their rich and chunky red velvet. For ice cream in Bushwick, this should be your go-to spot. Get a few scoops, and take them over to Maria Hernandez Park. And add some Cheetos or a fluffernutter sandwich to your order if you’re especially hungry.
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