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The Creamistry closes its HB doors


by: HB News staff writer
Posted: January 27, 2020

 

Creamistry Ice Cream store closes in Huntington Beach

 

HUNTINGTON BEACH...It had been a beautiful Saturday afternoon with fair warm skies on December 3, 2016. The perfect time to have a bit of ice cream from Creamistry's ice cream store. The Creamistry thought the same as they held their grand opening of their store in the Elan Building at the corner of Beach Boulevard and Ellis Avenue.

Grand Opening day every one was so excited to be working

 

Everything looked rosie for the owners of this Creamistry when they held that grand opening for the public in 2016. But the design of the building hid the business for drivers traveling along Beach Boulevard and the long rainy winter weather didn't help.

The Creamistry is famous for their Liquid nitrogen ice cream, which uses the substance’s frigid temperatures to produce the frozen treat made-to-order, is a trend that has proved popular in Orange County with the Creamistry in Yorba Linda and the uber-gourmet à la Minute in Orange.

So three years later the Creamistry closed its Beach Blvd. location.

Within a year six other stores have vanished from the downtown scene. Recently, Ways and Means Oyster House and Saint Marc closed in Pacific City. Two other stores in Pacific City closed last year, Pie Not in June and Beau Soleil in August, Skechers shoes and Pizza Press closed their doors in the first block of 5th Street downtown also.

 

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