Reston Station Has Some New Stores for Summer Season

Citizen Frederick/Credit: Citizen Frederick via Facebook

Reston Station’s Urban Pop is welcoming a few new businesses this summer.

Here’s a look at who is new in the little glass booths by the Wiehle-Reston East Metro.

Scoop and Paddle at Urban PopScoop and Paddle — Cool off with a treat from this Kensington, Md., ice cream maker that specializes in homemade ice cream sandwiches. Scoop and paddle offers cups of vanilla ice cream ($4) or an ice cream sandwich big enough to share for $6. Flavors vary, but when we stopped by this week there were chocolate chip cookies with vanilla ice cream and chocolate cookies with mint chip.

This is Scoop and Paddle’s first try at a shop. Until now, the company has done mostly catering and special events in its vintage VW bus and bright red ice cream cart.

Paradise Springs Winery — The Clifton, Va.-based winery will be selling its wares at Urban Pop.

Citizen Frederick — Need a haircut? This Frederick, Md., company is a combo of an old-timey barber shop, men’s grooming products retailer and clothier. The main store is in Frederick, but the company is setting up a one-seat shop at Urban Pop.

Urban Pop is open 3 to 8 p.m. weekdays.

Photo: Top, Citizen Frederick/Credit: Citizen Frederick via Facebook; Bottom, Scoop and Paddle/Reston Now.

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