The "Sweet Serendipity" Giant Sundae Magnum$24.00
The most famous dessert parlor in New York is part general store and part restaurant, soda fountain and coffeehouse. It's Serendipity 3, nestled in the heart of the Upper East Side, founded in 1954 by Stephen Bruce and his two partners, Calvin Holt and Preston "Patch" Caradine (the Serendipity 3).
Those three naughty boys not only invented Frrrozen Hot Chocolate, a secret-recipe, icy-chocolate confection, but transformed the lowly ice cream sundae into an extravaganza. A little bit naughty and a lot nice, Serendipity's 18-ounce sundae magnum provides shape, style, and personality for creating your own versions of its world-famous towering treats at home. After all, who wouldn't want to serve the most stupendous birthday splits, lavish parfaits, and old-fashioned "Drug Store Sundaes" in gooey, giant goblet-fulls, meant to be shared.
A cause for celebration, each magnum stands 8-inches tall and, even when empty, weighs in at a hefty 3 pounds! Gentle contempt for the ordinary.
The "Sweet Serendipity" Giant Sundae Magnum
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