In Cleveland, Ohio, a small ice cream shop beckons potential customers with the words “Come Over All The Time” painted on one side in multi-colored letters, as if a five-year-old had drawn them with sidewalk chalk. A rainbow flag marks the entrance and glass windows offer a peek at the counter inside. It’s been an ice cream shop for 60 years, but has only been Mason’s Creamery for two. Opened in 2014 by Jesse Mason and Helen Quin, the shop specializes in flavors as diverse as the couple that creates them. Cleveland Whiskey, Black Sesame, Vietnamese Coffee, and Taro represent Mason and Quin’s roots. “We both love traveling,” Quin says. “We met in LA, Jesse’s lived in New York, and I[…]