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If you struggle with indecision,
stay away from Stucchi's. An Ann
Arbor original, Stucchi's has almost
too many incredibly delicious
flavors. Ranging from the sinful
White Russian Fudge to the quirky
PB Truffle Shuffle (alongwith ever-
pleasing classics like Strawberry
and French Vanilla), there is always
a flavor to suit any mood.
In case caloric morals inter-
fere, Stucchi's also offers frozen
yogurts of which the variety is
just as expansive (Swiss Choco-
late Almond, anyone?), so sacri-
ficing taste is never a concern.
Milkshakes, smoothies, sorbet and
soft-serve ice cream are also avail-
able, catering to cravings of every
dessert domain. Just to top it all
off, Stucchi's now offers Insom-
nia Cookies, making the menu so
irresistible and arousing it's almost

unsafe to read when young chil-
dren are nearby.
True dessert connoisseurs
will never run out of selections,
which is probably for the best
since choosing a favorite flavor or
combination is nearly impossible.
Luckily, you can always try plenty
of free samples to decipher your
own personal perfect combination.
Choosing a location isn't a concern,
either, since there are multiple
stores on campus. Stucchi's is that
best friend on gray days, or after
a break-up or when you've failed
an exam. Supplied with caramel,
chocolate, fresh fruit, nuts and
homemade chocolate-dipped waf-
fle cones, it's always there to ease
away any troubles.
Still notconvinced?Thenwe'll use
this age-old argument: Buy local.
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