Here’s the scoop: Ed’s ice cream and gelato stores reopening

Beaches among locations open for takeout now, Leslieville to follow on May 7

As summer approaches (despite rumours it’s been cancelled), ice cream lovers are salivating at the news of Ed’s Real Scoop reopening.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, on March 17 the store had to close its locations on March 17, including its popular Beaches and Leslieville locations on Queen Street East and its Roncesvalles Avenue store.

Local ice cream lovers were devastated at the news, customer service manager Niamh Sranz said. “When we shut down everyone was very understanding but very vocal in their disappointment.”

Ed’s Real Scoop has been around for 20 years providing treats from yummy ice cream to  creamy frozen yogurt.

However, after a torturous month and a half,  Ed’s has “hopped on the takeout train,” with cookies and cream, Tahitian vanilla bean, and fan favourite burnt marshmallow ice cream — along with some limited surprise options like Beach fudge brownie ice cream and raspberry white chocolate ice cream.

 

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⁣ The rumours are true! We are hopping on the take out train. 🚂 Starting today, you will be able to pre-order treats from us for pickup next weekend.⁣ ⁣ We are a small business that is doing our best to get through these difficult times. We’re happy to announce the re-opening of our Beach, Roncesvalles and Mimico locations with limited hours and service. Thursday-Saturday 2pm-7pm. Leslieville remains closed for the time being- and will reopen May 7th for the same service. 🙌⁣ ⁣ Every week we will be posting a menu for each store on our Instagram & Facebook pages. Open your local shops’s post for detailed information on flavours, how to order, and our contact emails. Since this is our first try with a new system, it is subject to change as we work through it in the coming weeks. Our first priority is the safety of our customers, staff and city. We want to operate in a responsible and calculated manner to the best of our ability. 🍦⁣ ⁣ Thank you to everyone that has kept in contact with us, sent us messages of support and shouted us out on social media. We are so excited for you all to be able to enjoy Ed’s Real Scoop in the comfort of our own homes! 💙💛⁣ ⁣ ➡️SWIPE for prices.⁣ Individual store menus to follow this post.

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Ice cream lovers couldn’t be happier with the news of their favourite store reopening.

Monica Salazar, who has been frequenting the Roncesvalles shop for two years now, says she is very happy to get her fix of her favourite flavour once again.

“Thank God, I can order burnt marshmallow,” Slazar said. “When I was pregnant that was my number one craving. I had to have it. Even now, postpartum, I dream of it.

Ed’s has reopened its Beaches, Roncesvalles and Mimico locations with limited hours, Thursday to Sunday from 2 to 7 p.m., and plans to reopen the Leslieville location May 7.

Deliveries will be done via Uber Eats. Leading up to the opening, the store had been taking pre-orders via email with 21 flavours to choose from and had over 150 orders lined up.

“The orders varied between two and 17 pints for each order,” Sranz said.

“It’s a lot of work and we are working every single day with people in but we are pretty confident we can keep up,” she said.”We’re just happy to have something to do”

The menu ranges each week with prices set at one pint for $9.50, two pints for $18, a pack of plain cones for $1.50 and pack of sugar cones for $2.

 

 

 

 


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