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Little Ladies of Soft Serve eyeing next month for first-ever brick and mortar opening

Little Ladies of Soft Serve eyeing next month for first-ever brick and mortar opening

Jack McLaughlin

The wait is almost over. And just like the line you often have to endure to purchase one of their famed ice cream sundaes, the payoff makes it all worthwhile.

Little Ladies of Soft Serve, the crazy-popular food truck slinging decked-out soft serve, puppy chow sundaes, and more, is shooting for a November opening date at their first-ever brick and mortar storefront.

Announced earlier this year, the new shop will be located at 673 Worthington Rd. in Westerville.


“We had been looking last summer for a space, but decided all the spots were shells we would have to build out. We just couldn’t do that as a family,” said owner Lydia Chambers. “We’d given it up by January or February, but then we just stumbled upon this one.”

According to Chambers, since the new location formerly housed a rolled ice cream business, much of what they needed was already in place. They’re currently finishing up electrical work at the location.

“Our soft serve machines use a crazy amount of power,” she said with a laugh.

While their white-hot food truck will continue to operate, the new spot will boast a much larger menu. It will offer many of their seasonal sundaes full-time, as well as brand-new floats, and more.

And here’s even more good news. For fans of the truck’s colorful, sprinkle-laden design, you have a lot to look forward to as well.

“I’d say it’s going to be an extension of the aesthetic of our truck,” Chambers said. “We plan to just build on those colors, on that playfulness.”

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