Bruster’s Ice Cream opens for business in the Broadlands

The new shop is in the Broadlands Village Center.

As scheduled, Bruster’s Real Ice Cream opened for business today in Ashburn.  A steady stream of customers approached the service windows at the walk-up ice cream shop and walked away with shakes, sundaes and cones.

The new Bruster’s has been in the works for more than a year, but the COVID 19 health crisis postponed the store’s opening. Staff were wearing gloves and face masks today and hand sanitizer was available for guests.

The new shop — which makes its ice creams in house each day from an ever-changing line-up of flavors — is located in the Broadlands Village Center at the intersection of Broadlands Boulevard and Claiborne Parkway.


  1. feathers 4 years ago

    How do you eat ice cream with a surgical mask on?

  2. John J. 4 years ago

    Delicious ice cream! Good tasting store baked comes! Perfect location! ????????????????????

  3. Nova Resident 4 years ago

    Went there over the weekend but unfortunately the large crowds are hampering their service; was given the wrong order twice.

  4. Ted 4 years ago

    Most Ice cream stores only last a few years in this area, probably because of high rent(and that landlord not willing to work with owners). Expect 20% of small businesses at that strip mall to close for good. Soon, there will be a lot of empty business locations in Loudoun, especially at the older centers.

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