Mitchell's Ice Cream Turns 20, Celebrates with $1.65 Scoops This Sunday

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Turning 20 may not be as fun as turning 21, but it's still more than worthy of a celebration.

This weekend, Mitchell's Ice Cream celebrates turning two decades old by offering up ice cream for the same price they sold scoops for when they opened in 1999 — $1.65.



The deal runs Sunday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. at all of their Northeast Ohio locations, including their very first store in Westlake. Patrons will also receive a free commemorative sticker that day while supplies last.

During the entire month of October, the ice cream shop is offering a festive birthday cake flavor in its own honor.

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