It’s hard to believe we’re celebrating 10 years in the Short North this summer. In July 2007, we opened our third scoop shop inside a former art gallery at the corner of North High and East Lincoln streets. We didn’t alter the space much then—from the original hardwood floors to the stark track lighting—but that’s about to change.

Starting Sunday, April 2, our flagship scoop shop will be closed for renovations. We can’t wait for you to see our new look. The design will be completely unique to the shop and, among many new features, it will have a mural by the Jeni’s Art + Design team and a kid-friendly chalkboard wall. The biggest change will be to the customer experience. We’re working on a new system that will make sampling, ordering, and paying for ice cream a lot easier.

“This Short North space is so special to me and it’s full of history. It was once a bakery where I’d often stop for black pepper biscotti and ciabatta, and then it was an art gallery,” says Jeni. “We’re going to update the shop, but keep its character. We hope the new look is a great addition to the neighborhood and our incredible city.”

The shop will be closed for a few weeks, but our ice cream will still be available in the Short North. The Jeni’s Street Treats truck will be parked at the corner of High and Warren streets until we reopen.

Here’s the truck schedule:

Monday-Thursday, 6-10 p.m.
Friday-Sunday, 4-11 p.m.

The truck will not be open April 8 and 14