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Milk Bar Launches a National Dessert Tour and Minneapolis is One of Its Stops

Christina Tosi’s cereal milk ice cream, pie, compost cookies, and more are coming to North Loop for two magical days

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Cereal Milk soft serve is on the way
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The world famous dessert shop Milk Bar has tricked out a 1969 postal truck for a cross-country road trip this summer and Minneapolis’s North Loop will be just one of its stops. The iconic bakery from pastry chef Christina Tosi is packing up compost cookies, cereal milk soft serve crusted with cornflakes, Milk Bar pie, cake truffles, care packages, and swag for the All You Can Treat tour. The truck parks outside restaurants owned by friends of the bakery, so of course, Gavin Kaysen’s Spoon and Stable is on the list.

The treats are all available for just two days, Friday, August 2 and Saturday, August 3. The truck will be serving from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.

In addition to the treats in the truck, Milk Bar is partnering with the restaurant for some exclusive dishes.

Minneapolis is in the middle of the tour which unofficially kicked off in Austin, Texas and will be making stops in Dallas, Chicago, and Miami.

Milk Bar began as a bakery offshoot from Momofuku’s pastry chef, Tosi. It now has locations in New York, Washington DC, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Toronto, and Boston.

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