“An Open Love Letter and Letter of Intent to the Citizens of the Cedar Park Neighborhood & Surrounding West Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.”


February 14th, 2013, Valentine’s Day.
Free West Philly, Philadelphia, Pa.

May this message serve as a Formal Announcement of Little Baby’s Ice Cream’s intention to open up a Little Baby’s Ice Cream Shop in West Philadelphia proper, within the area of Cedar Park.

This to-be-approved-of shop, to be named “Little Baby’s Ice Cream Cedar Park Embassy” (i.e. #LBIC #CPE), will, along with Little Baby’s Ice Cream World Headquarters (i.e. #LBIC #WHQ), serve as a destination for dessert seekers young and old to find our unique Hand-Made, Small-Batch, Super-Premium Philadelphia Style Ice Cream and Non-Dairy & Vegan Frozen Desserts, as well as our Hand-Made Cookies, Milkshakes, and everything else that our Future Selves dream up.

Little Baby’s Ice Cream, working with The Enterprise Center (4548 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pa 19139), has secured funding and drawn up a plan of action to open the doors of Little Baby’s Ice Cream Cedar Park Embassy in early spring 2013.

In the event that the various administrative offices of the City of Philadelphia approve us, and if the neighbors and neighborhood of Cedar Park will have us, Little Baby’s Ice Cream will continue, with the same level of Love and Care, to provide the same unique service west of the Schuylkill River that we do up on Frankford Avenue in East Kensington.

Our products will continue to be manufactured in the East Kensington neighborhood of Philadelphia using dairy provided by Trickling Springs Creamery in Chambersburg, Franklin County, Pennsylvania. We will also continue to work with as many area farms as is feasible, chief among them Philadelphia’s own Greensgrow Farm, in an on-going effort to use as much locally sourced flavors and produce as we possibly can. You’ll still see us at the farmers’ market.

Attached is the Cedar Park Neighbors Zoning Flier relating to the LBIC Cedar Park Embassy, the neighborhood association is distributing it throughout the neighborhood. The meeting is set for:

February 21, 2013
7:15 p.m.
at Calvary Community Center 48th St. & Baltimore Avenue

Feel free to use it to invite friends that live in the area and what not. And please come out and tell us what you think.

Wishing you Wild Wishes from The Future,

Little Baby’s Ice Cream
Pete Angevine, Martin Brown, Jeffrey Ziga and Myriad Others that they work with.

Yummy Again!