Bay City, Michigan’s last remaining Baskin-Robin has new owners and is serving customers on Euclid Street in Bay City.
At 801 N. Euclid Ave. The ice cream shop closed in December and reopened for business on Saturday, May 13. The new owners said they are happy to have customers Baskin-Robbins back and serve ice cream and their famous ice cream cakes. .
“Saturday, we were blown away when we opened to the public,” said Lauren Fortin, who owns the business with her partner, Stephen Thibault, and her father and stepmother, Robert and Bridget Thibault. “Everybody was very, very happy when it reopened.”
Stephen Thibeault added, “There wasn’t a day we didn’t have lines out the door.
Baskin-Robbins offers handcrafted ice cream, sherbet and sorbet, sundaes, milkshakes, smoothies and customizable cakes for birthdays and other special occasions.
Stephen Thibeault said many of his customers are Baskin-Robbins fans with fond memories of the ice cream shop.
“They bring their kids, and they say, ‘I’ve been coming here since I was a kid,'” he said. “It’s a big thing in the community.”
Robert Thibault added, “We are thrilled to be open and look forward to serving the great ice cream that people love.
Baskin-Robbins is open daily from 11am to 10pm. For more information, find Baskin-Robbins (801 N Euclid Ave, Bay City, MI) on Facebook.
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