Creamistry, Ice Cream Shop Using Liquid Nitrogen, To Open In Irvine

Edwin Goei • OC Weekly • February 27, 2013
Where smoothies and then froyo have failed before, now comes ice cream. Creamistry will take over the space left behind by Yogurt Passion at The Crossroads in Irvine. Yogurt Passion itself replaced Tropical Smoothie Cafe about three years ago. So...
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