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Creamistry’s Nitrogen-Frozen Ice Cream Arrives in Uptown

The ice cream chain will open at the ritzy Union building

Amy McCarthy is a reporter at, focusing on pop culture, policy and labor, and only the weirdest online trends.

Creamistry, a California-based chain that freezes its ice cream with liquid nitrogen, has debuted its fifth Dallas-area location.

The newest outpost debuted over the weekend at 2301 North Akard Street, inside the ritzy Union Dallas building that also houses Tacolingo, The Henry, and forthcoming Italian eatery North Italia. The new location joins four previously-opened Creamistry locations in Southlake, Addison, Las Colinas, and Lower Greenville. The chain has massive plans to expand throughout the United States and beyond in the coming years, with more than 200 new locations currently in the works.

For the unfamiliar, Creamistry is known for its customizable treats that are frozen to order with a billowing cloud of liquid nitrogen. Both milk-based and non-dairy ice creams are on offer, including vegan cashew and coconut bases and sorbets. Before it’s frozen, a bounty of cookies, candies, and other mix-ins — everything from Oreo cookies to Fruity Pebbles cereal — are folded into the base.

Ice cream junkies can now head to Creamistry in Uptown from noon to 11 p.m. daily.