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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

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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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2421 18th Street, NW

From an email:

“Van Leeuwen, the beloved brand known for its made-from-scratch dairy and vegan ice creams, is thrilled to announce its third D.C. location––located in the city’s Adams Morgan neighborhood at 2421 18th St NW––will open on Wednesday, May 24th at noon.

On opening day (5/24), Van Leeuwen Adams Morgan will be offering $1 scoops from 12pm-2pm. Additionally, free, limited-edition D.C. totes will be given to the first 100 guests in line. (The lines at Union Market and Georgetown each had over 400+ people!) Read More

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3245 Prospect St, NW (next to coming Blank Street Coffee)

From a press release:

“Van Leeuwen, the Brooklyn-born brand known for its made-from-scratch dairy and vegan ice creams, is thrilled to announce that its second D.C. location––located in the heart of Georgetown at 3245 Prospect St NW––will open on Thursday, May 11 at noon.

“We’re so grateful for the warm welcome we received from Washingtonians when we opened our Union Market scoop shop earlier this year, and we’re thrilled to now be opening in yet another one of D.C.’s most iconic and well-known neighborhoods.” says co-founder Ben Van Leeuwen.

For the debut of its Georgetown outpost, the brand has partnered with beloved neighborhood bakery Baked & Wired to create a limited edition ice cream flavor––Dirty Chai Cupcake–– exclusive to D.C. scoop shops. Read More

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