Lana Wood wants to move high-quality solidified custard and doughnuts behind to Alma.
To this end, she’s opening Serendipity Frozen Custard and Doughnuts during 119 E. Superior St. Ste. 1 strictly starting 6 a.m. Tuesday. A “test run” opening is set for noon to 8 p.m. today.
“You don’t have ice cream. You don’t have doughnuts. I’ve seen a blank in down,” pronounced Wood, from Columbus, Ohio and whose family changed to Alma 6 years ago.
Items accessible such as chocolate and vanilla custards, along with a rotating “flavor of a week,” and doughnuts such as Bismarks, cake and leavening donuts, Long Johns, cinnamon rolls and some-more will fill a blank left by a identical businesses shutting in a final few years.
In Apr 2015, Alma’s Cops and Doughnuts Precinct closed, while Stucchi’s Ice Cream and Frozen Yogurt sealed in May 2016.
Other equipment such as cookies, cinnamon rolls, pecan rolls and some-more will come from a Hearthstone Oven in Ithaca.
“I’m providing a top peculiarity solidified custard we could find,” Wood said.
The custard will come from Exton, Pa.-based Lloyds of Pennsylvania.
Creating a emporium itself has been a 17-month work in swell though a thought has been one her family has wanted her to pursue for many years.
Her daughter, Brandi, works as a highbrow during Alma College and she and her father asked Wood to start a business in Alma.
“Needless to say, they won!” Wood wrote on Facebook.
She alike a atmosphere she wants a emporium to have to Disneyland.
“I wish it to be a happiest place in town,” Wood said.
Planned hours are 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday by Thursday; 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Friday; 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Saturday and 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Sunday.