One of the Most Popular Toronto Ice Cream Joints Headed to Mississauga
Breaking news, everyone!
A very popular and on-trend ice cream joint—the kind that boasts around-the-block lineups and millions of Instagram selfies and Facebook check-ins—is apparently headed to our neck of the woods.
And we, personally, couldn't be more excited.
Sweet Jesus, the brand known for its hand-crafted soft serve and creative (and gorgeous) toppings, is opening a location at Square One.
If you haven't heard of Sweet Jesus, we highly recommend you check out one of its many locations. First rising to prominence on John St. in Toronto's downtown core, the company that says it "constantly tests the boundaries of culinary right and wrong" and "combine(s) conceptual thinking with high quality ingredients and products," has been enjoying a pretty aggressive expansion.
It currently operates locations in Toronto, Ottawa, Markham, Muskoka, Niagara Falls and Scarborough and recently opened a store in Vaughan Mills.
According to its website, it plans to open brand new hotspots in Square One, Sherway Gardens, Woodbine Centre and more.
As far as flavours go, ice cream aficionados can try the brand's Red Rapture cone (with vanilla soft serve, red velvet cake, cream cheese icing, raspberry puree and meringue crumble), the Oh Sweet Baby Jesus! (with caramel soft serve, peanut butter and caramel sauce, chocolate-peanut crumble and chocolate sauce), the Bangin' Brownie (with chocolate soft serve, caramel, chocolate sauce, brownie bits and chocolate cookie crumble) and more.
The company also offers a host of espresso-based beverages, including lattes, flat whites, cortados and more.
We'll keep you updated on opening details as they emerge.
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