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Ice Cream Iced Coffee; Artscience Shoots for Oct. 30

KENMORE SQUARE — As a cruel tease to all who love ice cream, Dunkin' Donuts is putting a "sampling vehicle" inspired by "an old fashioned ice cream truck" in Kenmore Square this Wednesday, April 23, from 4 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., but it's not serving ice cream — it's giving out free samples of ice cream-flavored iced coffee (inspired by Dunkin's sister brand, Baskin-Robbins). On the plus side, free iced coffee. Flavors include cookie dough, Jamoca almond fudge, butter pecan, and mint chocolate chip. [Press Release]

KENDALL SQUARE — Cafe Artscience — the artsy-sciencey restaurant coming to Cambridge thanks to a ridiculous team of Clio's Todd Maul, Eastern Standard's Patrick Campbell, and Commonwealth's Tom Mastricola, plus entrepreneur/inventor David Edwards — is set to open on October 30. [BG]

ALLSTON — Garage Boston is now open in Allston, offering "luxury cars," "beautiful people," and a "unique ambiance." [FB]
[Photo: Garage Boston/Facebook]

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