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March 23, 2018

This Italian treat is a slushy mix of sorbet, liquor and prosecco

Something to drink when the weather finally turns hot

Food & Drink Desserts
Capofitto's sgroppino Courtesy of PUNCH MEDIA/Capofitto

Capofitto's sgroppino.

Capofitto, a pizza and gelato spot in Old City, has teamed up with Phoenixville's Bluebird Distilling to create a boozy treat ahead of summer.

Starting Monday, March 26, Capofitto guests will be able to order a sgroppino made with Bluebird craft spirits and seasonal ingredients.

The drink/dessert is a slushy combination of sorbet, booze and prosecco.

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The flavor will change daily. Examples of what to expect include an old fashioned rendition with bourbon, orange sorbet and bitters, as well as a gin-based concoction with cucumber and mint. 

During happy hour, from 5 to 7 p.m., sgroppinos will be $5 each. The regular price will be $11.

To accompany the slushy dessert, Capofitto will also offer two neapolitan pizzas for $10 each during happy hour.