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Prohibition Creamery Will Scoop Out Boozy Ice Cream for Austin

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Prohibition Creamery's location
Prohibition Creamery's location
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.

Get ready for boozy ice cream when Prohibition Creamery opens on East 7th next spring. Expect the menu to include housemade alcoholic ice creams like bananas foster, whiskey chocolate, and sorbets like lime sake, blood orange champagne, and sangria. For teetotalers and underage people, there will be non-alcoholic versions. Vegan and dairy-free options will be available, too.

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The ice cream will be also used in shakes, floats, and other sweet treats. Look out for root beer floats, and rotating specials like a take on the dark and stormy cocktail. Taking advantage of the liquor permit, the full bar will serve beer, wine, and cocktails, both classic and signature ones.

Owner Laura Aidan will open Prohibition Creamery in the shuttered WuWu Sushi bungalow on 1407 East 7th Street. Patio lovers will be able to eat ice cream on the front and back decks, along with a separate interior room that will be available for private events too.

Prohibition Creamery

1407 E 7th St, Austin, TX 78702, USA