This Toronto ice cream pop-up is run by two sweet sisters

With ice cream season in full swing, two sisters from Port Carling have scooped out their corner of the Toronto market with their Instagram-worthy shop, Bar32.

Sisters Sydney and Chloe Carron took their sweet treats from pop-ups in Port Carling to a Toronto pop-up on Macpherson Ave., where they serve handmade, artisanal ice cream bars in weekly rotating flavours alongside a wide variety of scoop flavours. The list of flavour offerings can be found on the website.

Inside the space, the walls are decorated with cute, family-style photos on a gallery wall, and a block-letter decoration displaying the prices for scoops and bars.

Bar32 on Instagram

Bar32 originated as a Port Carling warm weather special, popping up last summer to serve the handmade bars out of a renovated, ice cream-ready trailer the sisters operated in Muskoka. Last summer, Chloe and Sydney partnered with The Maddie Project to create a unique, blueberry-based bar that sent all proceeds to the charity, which supports youth mental health initiatives in the Muskoka community.

The Bar32 pop-up is spending the summer at 3 Macpherson Ave. in the Summerhill neighbourhood, joining the likes of businesses like Grandma Loves You, Sam James Coffee Bar, Nadege Patisserie and more.


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