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Irvine's Creamistry Brings Nitrogen-Cooled Scoops to Beverly Hills

It's part of a five-pronged expansion plan.

Farley Elliott is the Senior Editor at Eater LA and the author of Los Angeles Street Food: A History From Tamaleros to Taco Trucks. He covers restaurants in every form, from breaking news to the culture, people, and history that surrounds LA's dining landscape.

Not content to linger in the far reaches of Long Beach or out in Rowland Heights, Irvine-based nitrogen-cooled ice cream maker Creamistry is planning big things for 2015 — including a location in the heart of Beverly Hills.

As part of a five-location expansion, the Orange County import founded by Jay Yim has plans for further locations in Costa Mesa (two, actually) as well as Mission Viejo and Rancho Cucamonga. But it’s the Beverly Hills outpost where they’ll likely have the stiffest dessert competition, what with the incoming Bo Nuage and gelato shop Amorino. Of course, there’s even a direct competitor, Ice Cream Lab, doing nitrogen-frozen ice creams right on Santa Monica Boulevard.

Apparently Beverly Hills can be a tough dessert market to crack, but if any concept has the wherewithal, it’s Creamistry; the Irvine brand has been on the rise since it first debuted in 2013. Of course, they are taking over current dessert store A. Sweet Candy, which couldn’t hack it, so who knows.

Creamistry Beverly Hills
253 S. Beverly Dr.
Beverly Hills, CA