Scotland’s only ice cream and churro bar has just announced it’s opening a much anticipated second site in Glasgow.
Set to launch in Bearsden on July 14, the new venue will be situated on 157 Milngavie Road and will include Loop & Scoop’s award winning gelato and churro menu alongside signature favourites including milkshakes, coffee as well as an extensive vegan offering.
With an interior featuring their signature orange and white colour scheme, neon signage and floral installations, the second store will also have an ‘instagrammable’ swing, perfect for photo opps.
The Loop & Scoop team say it will offer all-day takeaway with limited seating also available for those who want to relax and enjoy their sweets treats.
To coincide with the opening Loop & Scoop has just unveiled a new menu featuring Gelato Cakes perfect for celebrations, a new Take Me Home Baby range and a bespoke Kinder Bueno sauce that can be used as an ice cream topping or dipping sauce for churros.
Loop & Scoop founder Calvin Kayes said: “This site has been in the planning for a long time and I always wanted to find a location in Bearsden.
“It’s a natural fit for the brand with an abundance of families on our doorstep, it’s also where I grew up so I have a real affinity for the area.”
A new app has also just been launched that allows Loop & Scoop fans to pre order and collect rewards.
Calvin added: “Since we opened our Great Western Road site back in October 2017 we are proud to have modernised the traditional ice cream parlour concept and elevated the humble cone with a fresh and exciting take.
“Our menus are carefully curated to appeal to all ages and we can’t wait to welcome customers to our new store.
“Our brand is all about creating the feel good factor with everything we do and we’re delighted to be opening to coincide with the summer holidays and with more people choosing to holiday at home more than ever we’re expecting record numbers to visit us in the coming weeks.”
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