1407 T Street, NW

Folks were understandably bummed when Ice Cream Jubilee closed here back in October of last year. Thanks to Noa and Alisha for sharing some good news about who’s taking over the space:

“Permits/signs are up! Malai will replace Ice Cream Jubilee.”

On their IG Malai wrote: “With eight years of spreading the ice cream love in NYC under our belts, Malai is growing and sharing the sweetness. Let the countdown to SPRING 2024 begin – DC, we’re coming for ya!⁠” Read More


3333 M Street, NW courtesy Ice Cream Jubilee

From a press release:

“Ice Cream Jubilee, DC’s premier ice cream shop, announces a new Georgetown location celebrating their grand opening on March 21st, 2024. Located at 3333 M St. NW, Washington, DC 20007, the new shop will sit in the heart of Georgetown, providing shoppers, visitors, students and neighbors in the area with tasty treats ranging from ice cream scoops, to sundaes, to root beer floats, to dairy-free soft serve. In January 2024, the business shared a social media post with the caption, “Ice Cream Jubilee is expanding to four new locations and opening an ice cream truck” giving their followers a hint of expansion plans for the year. Read More


1300 4th Street, SE

Thanks to Anna for sending:

“This sign is posted at Jeni’s in Navy Yard. Says 3/10 but doors are locked and no one working so might be done already”

Updates when we learn what becomes of the space.


1407 T Street, NW via Ice Cream Jubilee

Ice Cream Jubilee shared the sad news on their IG:

“We are writing with sad news. Our 1407 T St NW location will be closing on October 16th due to our landlord’s decision not to renew our lease. We are actively in conversations about securing another space in the area. We are committed to this neighborhood, and more importantly, to you, our wonderful customers. Read More


Photo by andy ward

“Dear PoPville,

Other than McDonald’s, is there anywhere in DC that sells good old fashion, chocolate/vanilla twist soft serve? The ice cream stand at Union Market used to, but sadly, they don’t anymore. I’m a northeast girl who just loves her a soft serve in a cone on a hot day, and it is one thing DC’s ice cream scene is sorely lacking. Any tips on where to find some would be appreciated.”


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