Lucky Cat Rolled Creams of Homewood is going out of business.
The eatery announced on Facebook today that its last day in business will be Thursday, Sept. 19. Lucky Cat opened last year on 18th Street South.
In an announcement, the store’s owners asked customers to “help celebrate Lucky Cat one last time this Thursday 9/19 from 5 p.m. until we sell out. Help us go out with a bang.” The store, like other rolled creameries, specialized in ice cream spread against a chilled steel plate and rolled, with toppings added.
“With much sadness we announce our closing!” their announcement began. “It has been the most amazing adventure from first rolling ice cream with our kids in our kitchen, pop ups around town, our own FREAKIN store, brunch and finally lunch. We have loved every moment we have experienced with our community and staff. Your love and support has made this journey beautiful and joyous. We are sad to close this chapter, but feel it has been our family’s greatest achievement. “
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