It was a busy morning in downtown Portland, Ore., as a pair of young girls were finishing up their morning at Tillamook Ice Cream.
The store was packed with people, with some standing up to take selfies with the ice cream.
The ice cream was made by the owners of Tillamooks Ice Cream, and its best seller is their ice cream pizza.
The shop is a few blocks away from the corner of the Tillamoree and East End neighborhoods.
The restaurant is in a former brick building that was once a grocery store.
Its a very popular spot, said Jennifer McLeod, who works at the store.
She has been a regular customer since she moved here from Seattle three years ago.
The owner, Matt Devereaux, was thrilled when he heard of the ice creams and said he wanted to open his own shop.
“I’m a very picky eater,” Devereau said.
“I know a lot of people eat ice cream but I’m not a fan of ice cream.”
He’s not the only one.
Another Oregonian who’s been coming to the TillAMook for years, and whose name was misspelled in the story, said the ice shop was “absolutely amazing.”
Tillamooks customers can order their ice creampuffes online, in-store or onsite.
The pizza is a $7.50 pizza, which is served with a homemade topping and cheese.
They do make some very popular toppings, including roasted peanuts, basil, onion, and bacon, according to the menu.
I love the flavor of this pizza, said Stephanie D. Brown, who said she ordered a pizza from the store three times in the last month.
She said she liked the way the toppings came out.
“It’s not too salty or anything,” Brown said.
“They made the toppages very tasty,” Deveaux said.
The two ice cream parlors have different flavors.
The owners are both from Seattle.
Devereaux is from Portland, while Devereaus wife works at a restaurant in Seattle.
McLeod said she’d like to open a Tillamikes in Seattle, but she wants to get the location right so the customers can see the delicious taste of ice creamer from the restaurant.
“I like the idea of being able to eat the food in person, but it would be nice to have a restaurant close by,” she said.
McElhenney, who is from Seattle, said she hopes the restaurant can open by the end of summer.
The Tillamoot Ice Cream parlor is closed for the time being.
It is open at 5 p.m. on Sundays, and it is open seven days a week.