J.P. Licks is proud to announce the opening of
their first North Shore location at the MarketStreet open air shopping center,
600 MarketStreet, Lynnfield this Friday, October 11th. The store is
located in a free-standing building next to the center’s green and features an
eclectic look with wavy-tile counters, urchin light fixtures, cow spotted
walls, and hand drawn menu boards.
Operating hours will be daily from 8 AM to 11 PM. General
Manager Michael Cody, who previously acted as GM of J.P. Licks Harvard Square, will
oversee operations in Lynnfield
J.P. Licks at MarketStreet will provide a monthly-rotating
and year-round menu of specialty ice cream and hard yogurt. In addition the
store will carry their “tastes like ice cream” soft serve yogurt and Yogurt X:
a tart take on soft serve frozen yogurt with extra probiotics in a variety of
J.P. Licks roasts their own coffee at their Jamaica Plain
store. MarketStreet will provide customers with our fresh brewed coffee, full
espresso bar menu, and Fair Trade & Organic coffee beans of various origins
to purchase by the pound.
Customers can order their choice of in stock hand-packed ice
cream cakes in three sizes, or special order a custom cake with their favorite
ice cream or yogurt flavors.
A Brief History
J.P. Licks has been serving homemade frozen treats to the
Boston community since 1981. In addition to traditional ice cream, and “tastes like ice cream” and tart frozen yogurt, their shops serve a variety of dairy free, vegan selections, and homemade baked goods. Each store also features a full espresso bar.
Owner Vince Petryk founded the local ice cream shop in 1981 in
the Boston neighborhood of Jamaica Plain, where everything is still made. J.P.
Licks is Kosher certified, with an emphasis on fresh, flavorful products made
with premium ingredients.
J.P. Licks is the recipient of hundreds of “best” awards,
the most recent being the Boston A-List 2013’s “Best Ice Cream Shop” award. Since
its conception the company has made community outreach its cornerstone, helping
them to gain notoriety as a good neighbor. From displaying local art in their
stores, to providing ice cream for schools and community non-profits, giving
back has always been a huge part of the J.P. Licks business plan.
For more information visit jplicks.com