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CINCINNATI, OH (June 30, 2016) – Graeter’s Ice Cream, a 146-year-old, family owned craft ice cream brand, is opening its newest scoop shop in Cleveland’s Crocker Park the last week of June. Touting a bright and inviting interior look with family-friendly amenities, this location will offer a complete menu of handcrafted ice cream, sundaes, milkshakes and old-fashioned ice cream sodas for which the beloved Ohio-based company is known.
A Hard Hat Tour celebrating the new scoop shop opening is planned for June 20 at the Crocker Park location, whereby media in the community and area dignitaries are invited to celebrate along with the Graeter family and Graeter’s team members.
“Cleveland has been a very exciting market for us as we have expanded our business selling pints through local grocery partners. We’ve been working on a finding the perfect spot in the Cleveland area for a long time now,” shares Chip Graeter, fourth-generation owner of Graeter’s Ice Cream. “We’re excited to provide unforgettable experiences to Westlake ice cream lovers as well as the families who live in the surrounding neighborhoods. We’re eager to open our beautiful new store and start dipping our hand-crafted ice cream and other treats.”
In addition to the new Crocker Park location, this summer will see Graeter’s first scoop shop in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, a second shop in Chicago, Illinois, in addition to a recently opened shop in Columbus, Ohio.
The address of the Crocker Park scoop shop is 261 Main St., Westlake, OH 44145. Summer hours of operation are 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Monday through Saturday and 12 p.m. to 11 p.m. Sunday. Contact us today at firstname.lastname@example.org or (440) 899-2158
Our second flavor releasing, Mexican Chocolate, is spicy dark chocolate ice cream with a little cinnamon that provides subtle heat on the finish.
“My idea behind this flavor is to convey the flavor of Mexican drinking chocolate made in the home by Mexican mothers for their families. They buy cakes of Mexican chocolate made in local street side factories for this purpose. The cakes are stirred into hot water or milk to make a chocolate drink. Typically it has chocolate and cinnamon plus other flavors. It has a very subtle that comes mostly from the cinnamon.” Bob Graeter.
Check back every two weeks throughout the summer for the release of a new Summer Bonus Flavor. New flavor releasing on 6/13/16, 6/27/16, 7/11/16, 7/25/16, 8/8/16, 8/22/16.