After a -month closure, famous Ferndale ice cream store Treat Dreams reopened over the weekend with an up to date lineup of over-the-top chocolates. The creamery’s founder Scott Moloney introduced a new partnership with D’Vine Cookies owner Rebecca Abel in January that coincided with a rebrand of the flagship shop at 22965 Woodward Ave.
Abel tells Eater that the newly dubbed Treat Dreams Dessert Emporium underwent full gut preservation as a part of the revamp and now sports a “present day commercial” indoors with white cork counter tops and black upholstered sales space seating. A new gift keep vicinity sells retail goodies from neighborhood purveyors which include Spun Sugar Detroit cotton sweet, Dave’s Sweet Tooth Toffee, and Guilt Chocolate bonbons. “It’s an actually comfy region to come for dessert,” she says.
The menu has additionally gone through a prime retool and now sports a listing of “Instagram-worthy desserts,” Abel says.
Customers can assume to find alternatives like a giant, five-pound ice cream sandwiches referred to as Dreamwiches at the menu along with 14-layer desserts, towering ice cream sundaes, fancy torched marshmallow-crowned warm goodies, and D’Vine’s own logo of edible cookie dough. Visitors who’d want to pattern a few desserts can order a “fleet” — Treat Dreams’ model of a beverage flight with 1/2 scoops of objects like tiramisu, cheesecake, bread pudding, and cookie dough ice cream.
The dessert bar is also selling Cannelle Patisserie macarons, pies from Rock City Pies (the Ferndale-born employer operated by way of Rock City Eatery), and Zingerman’s espresso and coffee liquids. Abel and Moloney plan to expand into breakfast within the destiny with cinnamon rolls and other baked goods.
Treat Dreams Dessert Emporium doesn’t have any firm plans at the moment to shake up the menu at its sister ice cream shop in Detroit right now. “Right now we don’t have any plans set in stone, however, our goal is to open extra locations later this yr,” she says.