I never fail to stop at this fine example of mimetic architecture, a Twistee Treat ice cream kiosk in St. Pete's Beach, when I'm passing through. All from this tiny cone-house, they offer super sundaes, typhoons, malts, milkshakes, smores, banana splits, smoothies, hand-dipped ice cream, hot dogs, corn dogs, mozzarella cheese sticks, hamburgers, french fries, pizza, chicken sandwiches, onion rings, funnel cakes, sno cones, soft homemade pretzels, and more - but for me, it's all about the double-flavored soft-serve twisty-cones.
Their website says they've only been there since 1984, but the mimetic cone surely hails from an earlier era, right? So who was the cone's previous inhabitant? I'm on the case.