New Valley ice cream spot uses liquid nitrogen

Posted at 5:05 PM, Apr 25, 2016
and last updated 2016-04-26 00:15:12-04

A new dessert place is opening up in the Valley.

Creamistry, which was founded in 2013 in California, freezes its ice cream treats with liquid nitrogen.

It works like this: guests chose an ice cream base (premium, organic, Greek Yogurt, Coconut), a flavor and then toppings. It's then flash-frozen with liquid nitrogen and served.

Three locations are planned for the Valley: one at Camelback and 81st Drive in Phoenix, one at Uptown Plaza (next to Lou Malnati's) and one at the Scottsdale Quarter.

The Uptown Plaza and Scottsdale Quarter locations are expected to open in May.