Wednesday 19 March 2014

CSL TCBY to reopen in temporary location before Passover

These past few months have not been easy for Lenny Rosenberg. Last December, for the second time in seven years, the owner and operator of TCBY at the corner of Côte St. Luc Road and Beaconsfield had to shut down due to extensive damage caused by a fire at an attached restaurant.

Rosenberg has secured a smaller storefront a few doors down and plans to open a fully functional temporary store sometime  before Passover at 6122 Côte St. Luc Road. "Our long range goal is to return to our old location  once the building is rebuilt," he says. "It's been really heartwarming to have gotten the amount of encouragement we've received from so many of our customers. This end of June will be  our 25th anniversary and we certainly aren't going to let a couple of fires slow us down."

Rosenberg has kept his products flowing since the fire at 6132 Cote St.Luc Road, the TCBY  nut free/peanut free production/warehouse location for take-out only until 6 p.m. every day. "We also have cakes, pies and yogurt cups available for purchase," he says.

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