Restaurants

Dairy-free ice cream shop will open pop-up in Cambridge this summer

https://www.instagram.com/p/BEuQR1Ill9B/?taken-by=fomuicecream

Union Square Donuts may have left its pop-up location in Inman Square this week, but if you stop by the storefront this summer, you can still find a sweet treat.

The dairy-free ice cream brand, FoMu, will open its Cambridge pop-up location on May 3, FoMu posted to its Facebook page Monday. The satellite storefront, next to Clover Food Lab, will be open for three months.

Deena Jalal, co-owner of FoMu with her husband, Hin Tang, told Boston magazine the 150-square foot space will serve an “abbreviated list” of its vegan and dairy-free flavors like strawberry rhubarb pie, lavender, and peanut butter mud pie.

FoMu opened its first café in Allston in 2012 and has an additional location in Jamaica Plain, with a third on the way to the South End. Its products are also sold by the pint at Whole Foods.

 

Jump To Comments

Conversation

This discussion has ended. Please join elsewhere on Boston.com