The nice folks over at ShopKeep selected Brooklyn Bell’s the Local to do a quick video.
Yes, we’ve been open for a few weeks now. We feel right at home in our new neighborhood and have a couple of regulars that we enjoy talking to and learning from. Now that we are settling in we are able to see what our slice of Crown Heights needs. We are busting out with … Read More
843 Classon Ave. is our new home.
Our Future Home in Crown Heights!
We have a space. Currently, the walls are green but that’s going to change soon. On the edge of Crown Heights with a view of the Brooklyn Museum.
Bizarre Foods America & Brooklyn Bell
It was our first time on national TV and we were a bit nervous. We didn’t know if we made the cut or not. We told friends and family and of course did the social media broadcast. Up until Monday, December 9th at 9pm we looked everywhere for a clue that we would get some … Read More
Cinnamon Allspice & Thanks
We are delighted to unveil Cinnamon Allspice Ice Cream, our autumn/winter seasonal flavor. It’s the perfect complement for any holiday pie or even to top off a beer float. Last Saturday, the flavor made it’s debut in the wilds of Bushwick at the grand opening of Hops & Hocks, from the owners of Stinky Bklyn. … Read More
From the Antic to Stores
Last year we set up our canopy on Atlantic Ave. for our first event, the Atlantic Antic, proudly selling our Good Bars and cups of our ice cream. This year we did the same, but it was different. There was a year of experience that removed our neophyte status and we were glad to answer … Read More
Yep, Our Ice Cream is in Stores
It’s one thing to sell ice cream from a cart. It’s a totally different thing to sell it in stores. That’s right, we’re in stores! We are crazy happy that we have two major natural food stores in Brooklyn, Back to the Land and Peralandra stocking our ice cream. And we are super stoked to be … Read More
Big Thanks for By Brooklyn
The ice cream business is not easy. It takes skill, experience and dedication to craft a creamy pint that can make people smile. It also takes a lot of hard work to get it from our dairy plant to store freezer shelves and into the hands of customers. But it’s not just our skill, experience, … Read More
I Met a Real Jimmy. Her Name Is Plucky Pea.
(Also posted on Kati’s moonlighting site, www.revelmama.wordpress.com.) Only in New York. More specifically, only in Brooklyn. So I went to a semi-business meeting to follow up on an introduction that had been made a few weeks ago at the birthday party of a local entrepreneur, everything Brooklyn artisan ombudsman, founder of By Brooklyn, Gaia DiLoreto. We … Read More