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I know it's a little (okay, more than a little) late to be putting up sets with the Lego City Undercover video game theme. However, Vinnie Pappalardo's ice cream parlor is a location that stood out to me while playing the game. Now, given that this gets approved, you will be able to have this iconic set as a beautiful modular building to add to your collection. I know it looks different from the actual building in the game, but I had to make some changes to make it conform to the standards of the modulars we all know and love. You can still replay iconic scenes from the video game (except those in the factory; I didn't have room, so I replaced the factory passage behind the painting with a secret safe for a small emerald). His office also contains his many paintings and the elegant green rug. Right outside of Vinnie's office is a waiting room with even more paintings and a fire escape for his goons to throw unwanted guests down.
There are a total of 5 minifigures: a parlor employee, a beautiful patroness, Vinnie Pappalardo himself (I do hope Lego molds him a custom wig; the one I picked out for him doesn't resemble his hair at all!), and two of his goons. On the left are all of the set's accessories: ice cream in cups, books for the shelves in Vinnie's office, and ice cream cartons for the freezer cabinet.
Please support this set and add ice cream (and organized crime) to your Lego City!