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Three Twins & Gott’s Roadside Join Forces

By Virginia Miller | June 19, 2014 By Virginia Miller  |  June 19, 2014
Photo by: Virginia Miller

Fresh off the heels of its expanded ice cream sandwich line, pioneering local organic ice cream brand, Three Twins, launches its partnership with another Bay Area classic, Gott’s Roadside. Going forward, all Gott's shakes and scoops will use Three Twins ice cream.

Meanwhile, Gott’s has added a few new bells and whistles to its regular lineup of cheeseburgers, Ahi burgers, sweet potato fries and fish tacos. We sampled the new Miss Kentucky sandwich ($10.99) — loaded with grilled mushrooms and onions, tomatoes, Jack cheese, slaw, BBQ sauce and ranch on a toasted egg bun — and can report that it's just as juicy and delicious as it looks (below). We then slurped through tastes of several Three Twins milkshakes ($5.99-6.99). (We managed just fine, thank you very much) And we especially loved the shake using Three Twins’ Mint Confetti ice cream. There are also floats ($4.99) made from root beer, orange soda or Coke, poured over Three Twins vanilla ice cream. We also sampled their brand new ice cream sandwiches (pictured above), about to hit a grocery store near you.

To kick the collaboration off, the Three Twins ice cream truck, affectionately known as Carl, will hit all Gott’s Roadside locations in July giving out samples. Here's the truck schedule. Plan accordingly:
7/5 Palo Alto 12-2 PM
7/13 San Francisco 11 AM – 1 PM
7/20 St. Helena 12-2 PM
7/26 Napa 12-2 PM

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Gott's Miss Kentucky sandwich [Photo Source: Virginia Miller]

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Gott's Roadside

American Napa
Food21 Decor14 Service16 Cost$18
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Gott's Roadside

American Saint Helena
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Gott's Roadside

Burger Palo Alto
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American Embarcadero
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