'Stranger Things' ice cream parlour takes over Baskin-Robbins next month

Jun 27 2019, 8:25 pm

Netflix and chillers come out of your hidey-hole and into the sunlight for a scoop of ice cream from Stranger Things’ Scoops Ahoy.

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Netflix and Baskin-Robbins have joined in an awesome partnership to celebrate the third season premiere of Stranger Things and National Ice Cream Month.

They’re transforming the Baskin-Robbins at Woodbine Mall in Etobicoke into an almost exact replica of the popular show’s ice cream parlour at Starcourt Mall in Hawkins, Indiana from July 4 to 18, 2019.

The Baskin-Robbins you know and love will be fashioned with an 80s vibe, Scoops Ahoy branding, menu redesign, and cream, blue, and red wallpapers and tiling for 15 days.

Be sure to line up on the first day starting at 11 am, the first 31 customers to check out the shop gets a Stranger Things-inspired gift pack and a special promotion that takes place that day.

You can also expect two new and special products to be featured for the two weeks. The USS Butterscotch, a butterscotch ice cream speckled with butterscotch toffee throughout, and wrapped in toffee ribbon, will be the flavour of the month for July.

And the Byer’s House Lights Polar Pizza, which has a Chocolate Chip Polar Pizza crust, Snickers ice cream, and loaded with fudge and M&Ms.

They will also continue offering the flavours Upside Down Pralines, Elevenade Freeze, and Demogorgon Sundae from June.

Are you a merch hoarder? They’ll be selling collectable fresh packs, Baskin-Robbins and Stranger Things merchandise like a Funko figurine in the shape of Steve Harrington holding a USS Butterscotch Sundae.

 

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The Byers Houselights Polar Pizza. It just speaks to us. 👀 Stranger Things 3 starts July 4 on @netflixca. #StrangerThingsareatBR

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Scoops Ahoy at Woodbine Mall

Where: Baskin-Robbins shop at Woodbine Mall — 500 Rexdale Boulevard, Etobicoke
When: July 4 to 18, 2019

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