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Business Spotlight: The scoop on Cream Berrys
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Service with a smile: Cream Berry's serves delicious ice cream to customers in Olde Town Conyers. Many flavors and types are available. - photo by William Brawley

Cream Berry's

Phone:  (770) 860-1786

Hours: Tue-Th, noon-9 p.m., Fri-Sat, noon - 10 p.m., Sun 1 p.m. - 7 p.m.

Address: 925 Commercial Street, Conyers


Despite hot and humid weather outside, the temperatures inside Cream Berry’s remains cool as a freshly made banana split sundae.

Cream Berry’s was opened in December of last year by businessman Zia Usmani, owner of Borage Grill.

The ice creamery boasts a family-friendly environment where all can come and enjoy their choice of ice cream, smoothie, banana split, float or a warm melt-in-your-mouth cookie.

"Cream Berry’s has a clean and friendly atmosphere where people from all walks of life can relax and have a good time with their friends at affordable prices," said Usmani. Flavors range from the traditional standby favorites, such as french vanilla, to zany fun flavors such as bubble gum and birthday cake.

Cream Berry’s is located in Olde Town Conyers and open late to accommodate all looking for a chilly treat.

If you need to a cool hideaway to cut the stress of work or homework, Cream Berry’s offer free Wi-Fi and printing for their customers.

"We have great prices for groups and special occasions," said Usmani.

Cream Berry is teaming up with Borage Grill to offer a special birthday package for children combining Borage’s pizza with Cream Berry’s ice cream.

With the economy not improving, Cream Berry manages to keep its prices exceptional low while offering, "the highest quality of premium ice cream and toppings," said Usmani.

Cream Berry’s was created to help promote Old Towne Conyers and offer residents employment. Usmani said he feels obligated as an entrepreneur to create jobs in this economy.

"The inspiration and satisfaction I get from being an entrepreneur is knowing that you’ve helped employees gain new competencies, whether vocational or service-wise, while providing jobs. There’s absolutely no better feeling than that," said Usmani.