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Though Stratton left Savannah to pursue his Hollywood dream, Leopold’s Ice Cream continued to be a Savannah tradition carried on by other members of the Leopold family.  In the summer of 2004, Stratton and his wife Mary officially opened the new Broughton Street location.  They continue their legendary family business proudly using many fixtures from the original store including the black marble soda fountain, wooden back bar and telephone booth.  The new location was designed by Academy Award nominated designer Dan Lomino who applied his Hollywood magic to create the wonderful store you see today.  He used many of the original Leopold’s fixtures and incorporated props, posters, and signed photographs of actors Dan and Stratton have worked with over the years.  Leopold’s is once again an ice cream parlor circa 1935.

The new location was designed by Academy Award nominated designer Dan Lomino who applied his Hollywood magic to create the wonderful store you see today.  He used many of the original Leopold’s fixtures and incorporated props, posters, and signed photographs of actors Dan and Stratton have worked with over the years.  Leopold’s is once again a fun, family-friendly ice cream parlor circa 1935!