Dairy Queen is shutting down all of its outlets in the United States.
The chain has not commented on the closure, which was announced on Wednesday.
The Dairy Queen locations in Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Philadelphia, Chicago and Pittsburgh will close on Feb. 23.
The company will no longer carry Dairy Queen’s signature cupcake flavors like chocolate chip, vanilla and strawberry, as well as its signature milkshake, Blueberry Shortcake, a popular dessert for summer.
The chain has also removed its ice cream flavors.
Darden Restaurants, which owns Darden, has said it plans to sell the stores.
Dairy Queen’s parent company, Darden Holdings, said the company will “continue to grow our portfolio of iconic brands and services in a variety of ways.”