Sarah's Handmade Proud to Participate in Yelp Event in Rockville, MD

Sarah’s invited by Yelp to participate in special local business event in Rockville, Maryland

Sarah’s was invited to join in a select group of local food businesses for Yelp’s “Drag Brunch” event in Rockville, MD on July 13th, 2019. The event was a well attended and a lot of fun!

You can view photos of the event here; below are a few photos of members of our wonderful staff at the event.

Sarah's Handmade Featured in Bethesda Magazine "Table Talk"

Sarah’s was featured recently in Bethesda Magazine!

Read the article: https://bethesdamagazine.com/july-august-2019/table-talk-22/

“When Sarah Park immigrated to Montgomery County almost 20 years ago, the Korean journalist gave up chasing scoops. She took up the edible kind in March when she and her daughter, Annie Park, opened Sarah’s Handmade Ice Cream & Treats, taking over the former Wow Cow space in the Kenwood Station shopping center in Bethesda (which also houses a Whole Foods Market). Over the years, the Chevy Chase, D.C., resident had a cleaning business, worked for a CPA, was a bank cashier and worked as a secretary for a general contractor. She opened and owned Fresh Deli in Hyattsville from 2010 to 2018 and then retired. But it turns out retirement wasn’t for her—ice cream was, and now she turns out such intriguing flavors as lavender-honey, apricot-pistachio, cotton candy with rainbow sprinkles, and cherry blossom festival.”

Sarah's Handmade Featured in Walt Whitman High School Newspaper

Sarah’s was featured in Walt Whitman’s Student Newspaper The Black & White!

Read the article: https://theblackandwhite.net/63839/feature/i-scream-you-scream-its-sarahs-handmade-ice-cream/

“On March 7, Sarah’s Handmade Ice Cream replaced the long-standing ice cream shop, Wow Cow, in Bethesda’s Westwood shopping center. Sarah’s Handmade Ice Cream—a family business—is the new neighborhood hotspot; it’s only been open for about a month, but the shop is nearly always packed. I spoke with Sarah, the owner; her daughter, Annie; and Sarah’s partner, Rollin, to talk about their new business.”