Thursday, January 9, 2020

Terence Hill’s IceCream Saloon opened in Dresden!

The first German branch of "Gelateria Girotti" was opened on 20 December 2019 in the presence of Terence Hill's son Jess. The ice cream parlour is called "Terence Hill Eis Saloon". It is located at Hauptstraße 35 in Dresden-Neustadt. In addition to the family's delicious ice cream, the ice cream parlour also sells Terence Hill fan articles, Terence Hill coffee and delicious pastries from Miss Fein from Dresden.

The festive opening took place on Friday, 20 December 2019 from 2 pm. Before the ice cream parlour was opened to the public, the press had the opportunity to take pictures of the shop and ask Jess and managing director Viktoria Franke some questions. Jess and Viktoria were also the ones who ceremoniously cut the red ribbon at the door of the ice cream parlor a few minutes before 2 pm. At that time a long queue had already formed in front of the shop. In front of the store Bud double Rico provided entertainment with his replica of the ice cream van from Odds and evens, and in addition, the ice cream scenes from the film were shown on a screen on the street. The rush of visitors continued until the ice cream parlour closed in the evening. It is estimated that 600 to 800 fans visited the ice cream parlour on the opening day.

Two days after the opening, Terence Hill himself visited the ice cream parlour in Dresden and surprised his team on site, who had no idea of his visit.

Friday December 20, 2019 the Terence Hill Eis Saloon, the first German branch of the Gelateria Girotti, opened in Dresden. Jess Hill came to the opening ceremony and 700 fans did not want to miss the event. With a lot of fun and good mood it was a great opening day. We were there and brought pictures and a little report with us.

1 comment:

  1. In 1930 there was Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy. In 1970 there was Terence Hill and Bud Spencer. In 2010 there was a load of old crap.