Restaurants

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.

 

5 Comments
  1. feathers 3 years ago
    Reply

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

  2. John J. 3 years ago
    Reply

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

  3. Nova Resident 3 years ago
    Reply

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

  4. Ted 3 years ago
    Reply

    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.

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.