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Winter months are typically hard times for ice cream stores and Baskin Robbins is no exception.
Soon BR patrons will have to find another way to satisfy their ice cream cravings, as the store on Trinity closes for a while to undergo a transformation.
With the onset of spring, Baskin Robbins will reopen, with a new look and a new menu. It will be a place that serves breakfast and lunch, with a focus on providing hot food.
“We will no longer be Baskin Robbins,” store owner Dan Sena said.
The store will be closed for approximately two to three months while it is renovated.
“January and February are the slowest time of the year,” Sena said. “During the winter months of which Los Alamos has many, we are extremely slow, and now that Baskin Robbins has taken away nonfat yogurt, that was a big seller, it’s hard to survive winter.”
Because of the tough winter months, Sena and business partner/wife, Margie, decided to close the Baskin Robbins store and open a new store where people could buy more than just ice cream, although, ice cream will still be part of the menu.
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