The Baked Bear Brings Flavors to Petco Park

(Courtesy photo)
(Courtesy photo)

Pacific Beach-based ice cream parlor expands into Petco Park after a cult-like following first year

Home runs just got a whole lot sweeter with The Baked Bear coming to Petco Park. The artisan cookie and ice cream sandwich parlor is bringing their customizable desserts to baseball fans at San Diego’s Petco Park.

The Baked Bear Petco Park location will offer a condensed version of the flagship store in Pacific Beach, offering five homemade cookies options, and six different ice cream flavors.
Find The Baked Bear Petco Park near right field, just outside the East Village Gate. The location will be in full swing as of April 11, 2014, which also marks the one year anniversary of The Baked Bear brand.

To celebrate one year of a faithful following combined with enormous success, The Baked Bear will be hosting a buzz-worthy contest in-store. Every customer who comes into the Pacific Beach shop on May 4, 2014 will be entered to win free ice cream sandwiches for a year with the winner being chosen at random. The winner will be announced via social media on May 5, 2014.

The brainchild of a lifelong ambition between San Diego natives and best friends Shane Stanger and Rob Robbins, The Baked Bear offers a modern take on an old-fashioned ice cream sandwich with made-to-order combinations of baked in-house gourmet cookies and California-crafted ice cream flavors.

ABOUT THE BAKED BEAR:

The flagship location of the Baked Bear is located on Mission Boulevard in Pacific Beach, Calif., a convenient few steps from the Pacific Beach boardwalk.

Open seven days a week, the modern ice cream parlor provides an ideal refuge from the San Diego heat with nearly 1,500 square feet of streamlined concrete floors, stainless metal furniture and icey blue walls. The Baked Bear is dedicated to bringing guests customizable ice cream sandwiches made-to-order with gourmet cookies, waffles or brownies in addition to hand-dipped chocolate covered bananas and creamy milkshakes.

For more information about The Baked Bear, including the menu and hours, visit www.thebakedbear.com.

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