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Updated: 10/11/2017 08:30:28AM

Soda and Ice Cream Works reopens

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PHIL ATTINGER/STAFF

From left, Renee and Jeff Kennedy sell a couple of cold vintage-brand sodas Monday night to Suzi and Sam DelGrosso of Sebring. Both DelGrossos shopped in the sarsaparilla/root beer section of the Sebring Soda and Ice Cream Works. Suzi DelGrosso picked a Boylans Root Beer. Sam DelGrosso picked 'Dang!', a butterscotch root beer.

PHIL ATTINGER/STAFF

A patron checks his phone between sips and scoops at the newly reopened Sebring Soda and Ice Cream Works at 201 Circle Park Drive in Sebring. In the left background sits the still-boarded former location, which the owners had to vacate in August after a wayward driver ran his truck into the storefront on July 30.

PHIL ATTINGER/STAFF

Monday, what would typically be a slow night, found a fairly good crowd at the Sebring Soda and Ice Cream Works, newly reopened at 201 Circle Park Drive. The owners, Renee and Jeff Kennedy, hoped to capitalize on last week's Oktoberfest when they reopened over the weekend, and hope to initiate other events themselves in the future.

By PHIL ATTINGER

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SEBRING — If you didn’t get there over the weekend, don’t worry: Sebring Soda and Ice Cream Works has plenty of cold bottles and scoops.

The popular downtown specialty soft drink and ice cream parlor, displaced July 30 from its Ridgewood Drive location by a wayward driver, has now reopened at 201 Circle Park Drive, and is drawing an after-hours crowd. Most, if not all of them, opted for a place to see and be seen in the high-top tables in the front display windows overlooking the corner of Circle and Ridgewood.

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