The '50s-era ice creamery opens March 10.
Take a step back in time, and enjoy some seriously cool treats while you're at it, at a sweet new venture in the Five Point neighborhood. Sherry's Soda Shoppe will be slinging sodas, milkshakes, malts, and good old ice cream starting March 10, all served in the vintage ambiance of the 1950s.
The ice creamery, created by Restaurateur Josh Pollack of the Bridge & Tunnel Restaurant Group, which is also behind Rosenberg’s Bagels and Lou’s Italian Specialties, will offer a soda-fountain vibe that is sure to be a hit with all ages. Named after Pollack's grandmother, the business will be located at 2716 Welton St., in the former Rolling Pin Bakery site, which closed its doors in November. Sherry's will sit right next to Rosenberg's Bagels, adding even more East-Coast flavor to the Colorado food scene.
The ice cream parlor will offer pretty much something for everyone with a homemade touch. All ice cream, sodas, and syrups will be made in-house, and the parlor's sister companies will provide baked goods. There's rumor that the future could hold CBD-infused soda, as well as boozy shakes and cocktails if the parlor does well and the fans want it.
For now, you can get all the custom sodas (lavender soda, anyone?), egg creams, malts, and ice cream floats you can handle, made from all-natural ingredients, real sugar, and no artificial flavorings. The store will also sell select products, so you can make your own concoctions at home.
So, whether you are craving a vanilla malt or just want to enjoy a vintage vibe on a beautiful spring day, Sherry's is the place to be.
The scoop on the shoppe:
Sherry's Soda Shoppe, 2716 Welton St.
11 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday; until 10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday, closed Mondays.
Will you be stopping in for a black and white cookie ice cream sandwich? Let us know how it was in the comments below!