The Coolhaus ice cream truck was stationed at Wednesday afternoon, doling out all-original, truck-made ice cream sandwiches to shoppers.
Coolhaus was started by Freya Estreller and Natasha Case, who started making ice cream in Estreller's mother's kitchen in 2008. Four years later, they have four trucks in LA, one truck and one cart in New York, two trucks in Austin, two in Miami and a store in Culver City. So if you missed their stop in Capitola on Wednesday, you'll have to travel to check it out.
Estreller and Case named all their ice creams and cookies after famous architects and architectural movements, according to their website. Here's how the name came together:
1. Bauhaus is an architectural movement from the 1920s and 1930s.
2. Rem Koolhaas is a famous Dutch architect.
3. "Cool House" is a play on both of those, and an ice cream sandwich is kind of like a house (with a cookie floor and ceiling).
Did you try the special appearance ice cream and cookies? What did you think? Tell us in the comments!