The Common Good Ice Cream Lounge opened its doors in downtown Abbotsford on Sept. 26. (Facebook photo)

Common Good Ice Cream Lounge opens in Abbotsford

Brand new ice cream establishment opens its doors on Sept. 26

Summer may be over, but foodies in Abbotsford have another opportunity to enjoy a cool treat with the arrival of Common Good Ice Cream Lounge.

Located at 33771 George Ferguson Way in downtown Abbotsford, the new establishment officially opened its doors to the public on Sept. 26.

According to Common Good’s website, local couple Jon and Cass are self-taught ice cream makers and boast that their ice cream is made with local and quality ingredients.

The establishment offers a variety of constantly changing flavours including: mint chocolate brownie, hickory caramel crunch, shamrock shake, beer and pretzels and many more.

Ice cream is available to enjoy at the lounge or can be pre-ordered and picked up through their website. They also offer coffee, sauces, milkshakes and more. Future products available include: ice cream cakes, sundaes and dessert boards.

Common Good has already garnered an impressive online following, with over 3,500 followers on Instagram and over 900 likes on Facebook.

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We worked with Vancouver based design studio @andrea_mclean to create a warm and welcoming space for our guests. They specialize in modern residential homes, interiors and landscapes. Their thoughtful attention to our space included a site visit to touring the local downtown to really understand and vibe within our uniquely charming downtown Abbotsford. ⠀ ⠀ The 3D tiles by @mutinaceramics are a subtle nod to the texture of a waffle cone. Mismatched stone table tops are smooth and almost cold to the touch. The custom made benches are natural Western Maple and beautifully crafted by our neighbors @bathbuiltfurniture and warm toned lighting keeps the space cozy even into the cooler evenings + months. ⠀ ⠀ We can’t wait to be clearing your tables, wiping up ice cream drips from first time cone eaters and mopping the floors from all your beautiful footprints coming through. Honestly, we can’t wait ✨ #thefraservalley #vancouverinteriors #fraservalleyfoodie

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The establishment is open every day from 2 to 10 p.m.

It’s the second ice cream shop to open up recently in downtown Abbotsford, with Banter at Jubilee Park opening in late-July. For more information, visit the lounge’s website at

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