As a child, the ice cream truck's arrival filled you with such joy you'd squeal like a girl -- yet now, when rampaging alcoholism punts your brain back to infancy, that magical vehicle's cruelly absent. Or is it? Hit up Feverish Mobile Ice Cream Party.
Complete with a carpeted "listening lounge", plush seating, and for-sale tees and music, Feverish is a psychedelic Chevy P30 'cream truck that strategically stations itself next to nightclubs to pump out indie music and vend wild flavors your old ice cream man couldn't have imagined without dipping into his alternative inventory. New-school creations include ice cream and popsicles like mint & honey, Georgia sweet tea, pink & yellow grapefruit, root beer float, green tea & melon and, in keeping with the little known third prong of the "beer before liquor" rule, margarita. Foreign favs include mango & spicy chili paletas from Mexico, and Japanese mochi balls, while American classics are repped by push-up pops, ice cream sandwiches, and strawberry shortcake ice cream on a stick -- in case your earlier request for 311's "All Mixed Up" hadn't already designated you as your group's Shame Lightning Rod.
For private parties, there's a line of hooch-infused pops, e.g., lime and peach margarita, mojito, sweet martini, white Russian, and strawberry -- just like a birthday party, except your limited balloon animal skills don't mean you're not the clown.