Sprinkles Ice Cream Store Celebrates Kvias Mezuzah

Sprinkles Kvias Mezuzah picPHOTOS: Sprinkles Ice Cream store celebrated a Kvias Mezuzah today at their new Lakewood location ahead of their grand opening this Tuesday. The 1800 square foot store located in the Shoprite Plaza, was constructed by Chesky Snyder of DS Builders and seats 52 people.

The store will offer dozens of blends of hard and soft blend ice creams, as well as dozens of ice cream cakes.

The Kvias Mezuzah was done by the Rav of County Line Manor, Harav Frankel Shlita.

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  1. I dont see how our community can support 3 ice cream stores in one area. We had Yismach Yisroel and now California Swirls and Sprinkles. Its much too much

  2. We can wait until Tuesday! This is an exciting addition to the area. There is no reason to go anywhere else.

    much hatzlachah!

  3. Just past by. Gorgeous store. It’s about time for Lakewood to have a real ice cream store. Can’t wait to try it. Lots of mazal.

  4. Mazel tov for a devoted bikur cholim vol This place Is amazing. I can’t wait for them to open up. The variety of items are fascinating.

    I wish him a lot of hatzlocha.

  5. we cant wait we r looking forward to nice clean store with lots of seats and great ice cream large variety of flavors etc. mazel tov and much hatzlucha

  6. Dear Shaya E:
    As one who consumes ice cream on a regular basis, you fail to see the absolute necessity in three ice cream stores. First off, they are strategically located at various points in Lakewood. Secondly, not only is variety in flavors a must but a variety with stores as well! Take minyamin, for example. With kein ayin hara such a growing town, there is a need for many shuls; this gives one the opportunity to try out different houses of worship until he decides the most suitable place for him. Hence, a few ice cream stores! And then, of course, there is bein hazmanim… Harried parents looking for a place to take the kids need not look any further! Monday-Yismach! Tuesday-California! Wednesday-Sprinkles! A mechaya! To the store owners I say, ” Mazal Tov and much Hatzlacha!” And to the ice cream connoisseurs I say, “Lick away! (But please save me a seat and a scoop…HHmmm…not a bad idea for the name of MY ice cream store: THE LAKEWOOD SCOOP!)

  7. #2 get a life. What are you kvetching about? People will shop where they feel comfertable, not where yo kvetch aganist. It’s called customer service.

  8. Bh” there’s enough business for all….let’s remember who’s in charge of parnassah -Hashem and may all stores have much hatzlacha . It would be great if they have a rewards ice cream program or card

  9. This store will be the place to go for an local outing with the family. Nice big spacious and clean place to relax!!!

    I wish him loads of mazel!!!!

  10. I think the Kollel bus should make their next Siyum in one of these ice cream stores. I think Reb Dovid Lowenthal the Rosh Hayeshiva of the Kollel bus would love the idea.

  11. The store looks like it belonges in the city with that upscale front 1st for lakewood, I’m sure that many will folow, any way I’m looking farward for some yumi ice cream

  12. is this store open to all residents of lakewood? I’ve passed this store and it looks really nice and i would like to bring my family there, i just want my family to feel comfortable. thankyou

  13. Aaron, may you have much success in your beautiful store. Seems like you have it all put together. Store looks beautiful and hi tech, I cant wait to get some goodies. Lakewood is in the need of a professionally run clean store. hatzlacha rabba.

  14. You’re all a bunch of (moderated) & a bunch of (moderated) ! This is a makom torah . Im not saying,that we’re not allowed to have ice creaam stores, but this should be the “shtultz” that people cant wait for ?

  15. I’m convinced that most of these “comments” are just puffing from the owners and others involved with the store. We really do need to put these kind of events into some context and not be drawn into the “have to have it crowd”. And as for Flatbush, this is Lakewood, and many of us would appreciate it staying that way.

  16. i am a resident i am not religious, will i be welcome? Sometimes i go to shlomies, i feel uncomfortable, but the product’s are great, i’ve passed by sprinkles this morning and this place looks very nice, i want my family to feel comfortalbe.

  17. I commend you for opening a sprinkles here in lakewood. The store is beautifully decorated, but most importantly the varieties of ice cream is OUTSTANDING!!!!!!! Although the store was quite busy the past few days, baruch hashem, I must say the service was wonderful and i was treated with much grace and patients despite all the madness!! Much hatlocha, we’ll be visiting your store quite often!!!!!!

  18. I was amazingly Surprised at the look of the store! Job well done! But i was even more amazed at the delicous taste of the ice cream!!!! I think it’s about time someone came up with this amazing idea!!!!! There’s always room for one more. May you have much hatlacha.

  19. Job well done! we’re so excited to have another spot for our rosh chodesh outings! may you have much mazel & hatzlacha. everything was fresh & delicous!

  20. Im Shockingly Surprised at some of the feedback thats comming in! Those of you that are knocking the store should think twice before doing so. There are those of us that do appriciate the store and enjoy going in. If that doesnt sit well with you there no reason to air your laundry to everyone who’s looking at this site. Appriciate whats out there for you, and do what you think is right for the right reasons. Much hatlocha in all that you do!

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