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California Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream From Creamistry Heads to Lakeway

Plus nitrogen milkshakes and floats.

Creamistry in Costa Mesa, California
Creamistry in Costa Mesa, California
Nadia Chaudhury is the editor of Eater Austin covering food and pop culture, as well as a photographer, writer, and frequent panel moderator and podcast guest.

California-based liquid nitrogen ice cream shop Creamistry is expanding to Austin next year, as reported by Community Impact. It will be found within the Oaks at Lakeway complex, also home to HEB. Along with nitrogen-cooled ice creams, including organic, sorbet, and vegan-friendly coconut options, the shop also makes nitrogen milkshakes and floats. Flavors range from creamy with birthday cake and cheesecake, fruit with lychee and strawberry, and nutty with butter pecan and hazelnut. It will debut in 2016.

There are two other Texas locations planned in San Antonio, along with a third in Arizona. These spots are the first out-of-state expansions for the California shop. Creamistry first opened in 2013 in Irvine, with stores throughout California. The chain added five new sites in the state earlier this year, including in Beverly Hills.

Other eateries planned for Oaks at Lakeway in Austin include Colorado-born MAD Greens, Torchy's Tacos, Trattoria Toscano, Asia Cafe, Mod Pizza, McArthur's Restaurant, and others. There is another liquid nitrogen ice cream shop, Spun, slated for East 7th Street, from Ashley and Christina Cheng, opening sometime this fall.

Oaks at Lakeway

1900 Ranch Rd 620 S, Lakeway, TX 78734, USA