The BYU Creamery on Ninth is celebrating its grand re-opening, after months of construction, this week, Oct. 28–31.
Many of the Creamery favorites will be on sale for the re-opening, including milk and half gallons of BYU ice cream for a discounted price of $3.99. Also, with the purchase of any combo meal, customers will receive a free child’s scoop of ice cream.
The construction will end the days of parking difficulties with 40 new parking spaces.
“In the past it was hard to find parking, which made going to the Creamery kind of a hassle,” said Matthew Pedersen, a BYU finance student from Vacaville, Calif. “The new parking spaces will make it easier and more efficient to shop.”
The Creamery accepts signature cards and is a convenient place for students and the Provo community to shop.
“We are excited to welcome everyone back,” said Jason Carter, the manager of the creameries. “We hope our customers will utilize the new parking and keep enjoying the Creamery like they always have.”
The Creamery on Ninth is open Monday-Thursday from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. and Friday-Saturday from 7 a.m. to midnight. It is located at 1209 N. 900 East in Provo.