Berkey Creamery Set To Reopen July 20
After closing its door to the public in March, the Berkey Creamery will officially reopen to the public on Monday, July 20, the store announced Friday.
“We have been anxiously awaiting this moment!” the Creamery wrote in an email to customers. “On Monday, July 20, we will excitedly reopen our doors to the public. We do have a few guidelines for you to follow prior to coming in to ensure the safety of our customers and staff.”
The Creamery will be open from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. The store hopes the adjusted hours will give it “ample time” to clean and sanitize surfaces.
All customers who visit the Creamery will need to wear face masks, properly social distance, and leave personal bags and coolers at home. Additionally, the store will allow a maximum of 10 customers inside at a time to keep crowds controlled. The policy likely follows Governor Tom Wolf’s latest order to allow a maximum of 25 people indoors at once.
Some services, including made-to-order items like cones, bowls, and milkshakes, won’t be available upon reopening until further notice. Others, like the sandwich cooler and self-service isle, will also be closed for the time being.
Additionally, seating won’t be available inside the store until further notice. Guests are also asked to exit the store “as quickly as possible” so other customers may enter.
Although the physical store is nearly ready to reopen, the Creamery will continue its curbside pickup service with update hours. Starting on July 20, customers can call (814)-863-4760 to place their order from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and pick up between 12 p.m. and 1:30 p.m. Monday through Friday.
For more information on the Creamer’s reopening, customers are encouraged to visit its website.
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