Melt Bakery Announces New Mini Ice Cream Sandwiches

Posted on: December 3rd, 2012 at 10:22 am by

From Hester Street to the High Line, the boys at Melt Bakery have tickled the taste buds with their pushcart ice cream sandwiches. The brick-and-mortar component of the operation debuted about six months ago at 132 Orchard Street, which had operated as kitchen HQ for the year prior. Since then press placements have been plentiful, most recently with a November 19 segment on Fox 5.

And now there’s more news from Melt sure to excite fans. In a press statement headlined “Honey, I Shrunk the Ice Cream Sandwiches,” co-owners Julian Plyter and Kareem Hamady announced the arrival bite-size ice cream sandwiches to complement the main line offering. The new ice cream poppers are now available, both in-store and as part of the delivery service.

What’s your opinion of Melt Bakery and its ice cream?

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  • HP

    Delicious but the $4 price tag keeps me from stopping by too often (along with the lack of indoor seating on increasingly-chilly evenings).

    • meltjules

      hi HP! please stop by for our new price point minis! also, we are working on getting a couple stools, but in the meantime (and you’ll think i’m kidding but i’m really not!) i’ll give a stool to anyone who wants to sit… promise!
      – julian