MORRISTOWN, NJ – The grand opening of an ice cream shop in Morristown that sells highly customizable ice cream sandwiches made entirely from homemade ingredients has been postponed.
Stack Creamery, which first opened in Westwood and also has a location in Jersey City, was scheduled to open at 48 Washington Street in Morristown during the week of July 4, but that date has been pushed back.
According to co-owner Mohamed Elnakib, inspections of Morristown are overdue and as a result Stack has not yet completed its final inspections.
“Unfortunately our soft opening will not take place this weekend and probably not the weekend after,” Elnakib said. However, the official opening should still take place before the end of this hot summer.
The store will replace the old Postmark, and the company has been hard at work transforming the former coin dealer into its latest outpost, which includes the construction of a full commercial kitchen.
Stack Creamery is best known for its high quality ice cream sandwiches made from scratch using original recipe cookies and locally made premium ice cream.
The shop offers over a dozen flavors of cookies and ice cream, plus toppings to customize your own version of the perfect ice cream sandwich. If ice cream sandwiches aren’t your thing, they also serve cups, cones and milkshakes like a traditional ice cream parlor.
The Morristown location will also feature extravagant creations such as their ice cream sandwich cake, which measures 10 inches wide and weighs over 7 pounds. It can feed up to 16 people and is fully customizable, according to Elnakib.
The Elnakib siblings are excited to bring their favorite childhood dessert to the growing and thriving Morristown community, but they don’t have a specific opening date yet. “I wish I had better news,” Elnakib said.