Creamistry Ice Cream Concept Makes AZ Debut In Scottsdale

Creamistry – a California-based concept that uses liquid nitrogen to create made-to-order ice cream – has opened its first Arizona location on the southeast corner of Camelback and Marshall Way in Scottsdale.

Creamistry makes several types of ice cream – including premium, organic, Greek yogurt, non-dairy, vegan, gluten-free, and coconut milk – in nearly 40 flavors.

To celebrate its opening, Creamistry will be giving away free single ice creams from 4 to 8 p.m. Saturday.

The Arizona franchisees are former Arizona Cardinals football player Andre Wadsworth and real estate expert Ryan Zeleznak. The pair plan to open as many as 20 locations in the Valley.

The second store will be in Uptown Plaza at Central and Camelback in Phoenix, followed by another at the Scottsdale Quarter.

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