Just right after opening a new classic ice cream parlor in a Crown Point strip mall, Dairy Belle will shortly open up its sixth site in Dyer.
The 71-yr-outdated Area establishment, which has been serving scoops because it started out in Hammond in 1950, is opening next to Pop’s on U.S. 30 in Dyer, about 3 miles west of its existing site on U.S. 30 in Schererville.
The Colao family, operator of Dairy Belle, is mates with Pop’s proprietors, which led them to open up future to Pop’s Italian beef restaurants in Crown Position and now Dyer, Natalie Colao stated.
The new ice product parlor in Dyer will be about 1,800-square-toes with indoor seating, an outside patio and a generate-through. It will be the initially Dairy Belle to occupy a recently built site, and it will be open up yr-round.
“They are ready to split floor,” Colao claimed. “Assuming almost everything goes as projected, it should really be open mid-summer.”
The purpose is to have the ice cream shop open by mid-June, in the midst of the active time.
Dairy Belle will serve familiar favorites like delicate serve ice product, Dole Whip pineapple, sundaes, malts, flurries, shakes and construct-your-own banana splits.
“It will be the identical menu as the other spot,” Natalie Colao mentioned.
Equally businesses could benefit from staying so near to just about every other, Colao explained. People could seize a dinner of Italian sausage, gyros or Reuben sandwiches at Pop’s and then swing by Dairy Belle for dessert.
“We have strains down the avenue on U.S. 30,” she stated. “They do perfectly at that Dyer site and get traces down the avenue on U.S. 30. We are not sure specifically what to be expecting. They could want to set in a stop gentle.”
The new Dyer place should really attract from a extensive spot, including south suburban Illinois and Munster.
“We’ve gotten concerns from buyers about whether or not it will get absent from our Schererville area,” she mentioned. “But our Schererville spot attracts from Schererville, Merrillville and Hobart. This really should catch the attention of much more folks from Dyer and St. John.”