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Popsicle pop-up promotes Cindy’s

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Located on the 13th floor of the Chicago Athletic Association, Cindy’s is far removed from the Michigan Avenue crowds. But a summertime pop-up will bridge that gap.

Every Saturday beginning June 18, Cindy’s will run Jove T’s Pops Shop 12–2 p.m. with rotating popsicle flavors crafted by executive pastry chef Jove Hubbard.


Available to passersby and hotel guests alike and ideally situated across the street from Chicago’s Millennium Park, Maggie Daley Park and Grant Park, Jove T’s Pops Shop is stationed within the main Michigan Avenue entrance of the hotel. The frozen confections, available with or without a spirited dash of booze, reflect the whimsy and light flavors found on Cindy’s summer dessert menu.

While Jove T’s Pops Shop will be open every Saturday with a rotating flavor menu, rainbow-colored Pride Pops will be available for the pop-up’s opening weekend in celebration of Chicago Pride Fest. Proceeds from these and all Jove T’s Pop Shop pops sold June 18 will go directly to Equality Florida’s donation drive to support victims and families affected by the Pulse Orlando Nightclub tragedy.

Popsicles are available for cash purchase for $3 each, with boozy popsicles available for $4. Jove T’s Pops Shop will debut new flavors each week.

The popsicles are a perfect, portable sample that reflect the spirit of Cindy’s beach house atmosphere and picnic-style menu.

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