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ICED by Betsy Opens New Location Next Week

The local cupcake shop goes from the farmer's markets to the Main Street train station.

Betsy Gibbons is expanding her ICED by Betsy business and opening a shop on Tuesday the 27th in the Royersford Train Station at 145 Main Street, just before you cross the bridge into Spring City. 

After three and a half years of selling out of her home and at the Collegeville and Phoenixville Farmers' Markets, Gibbons and her husband decided to move to a new location and open a permanent shop

Gibbons took over the former Pretzel Depot location and has spent the last few weeks remodeling and repainting, while still keeping the train station feel of the room. 

The shop has two leather chairs in front of a TV, and four cozy tables. Gibbons said the shop will have free wifi as well.

"We'll have cupcakes, coffee and muffin tops for breakfast," Gibbons said.

Once she opens, her hours will be 6:30am to 3pm Tuesday and Wednesday; 6:30am to 7pm Thursday and Friday (to allow for evening cupcake pickups); and 8am to 2pm on Saturday.

She will be open at the new location on Friday, if you're out shopping, and will officially open for business on Tuesday. 

Polly November 21, 2012 at 08:45 PM
Wishing you the very best!
Kathy November 21, 2012 at 09:14 PM
YAY!!!! This is great news! Love seeing another business open in Royersford. My family already loves Betsys cupcakes & now, we don't have to wait til Saturday to buy them. Congratulations to you!
Heather Reilly Powell November 22, 2012 at 01:37 AM
I stopped in to pick up a Thanksgiving order today, and the new shop is absolutely adorable! I wish Betsy so much success there.
Diane Moore November 23, 2012 at 03:41 PM
Great news! I loved picking up her cupcakes at the Collegeville Farmers Market!
John Q. Public November 26, 2012 at 02:30 PM
It's great to see that space being used again, but does anyone know what happened to the Pretzel Depot? I loved their pretzels, and the store mostly seemed busy. Did they relocate, or just quit?

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