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London-Based Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Store Comes to Los Angeles

Four Winters will open this June on West Third Street

Four Winters
Four Winters cinnamon crunch
Four Winters
Mona Holmes is a reporter for Eater Los Angeles and a regular contributor to KCRW radio. She has covered restaurants, dining, and food culture since 2016. In 2022, the James Beard Foundation nominated her for a Jonathan Gold Local Voice Award.

LA’s in the midst of a bit of an ice cream boom, and the newest shop comes all the way from London. Four Winters arrives in West Third Street in late June, pending permits and approvals. The London-based ice cream shop creates custom flavors by transforming fresh ingredients into a liquid nitrogen scoop.

The international scope of Four Winters is vast, with three London locations, two in Saudi Arabia, one in Jordan, and one in Egypt. The Los Angeles store is the first in North America continent, and takes over a former clothing shop.

The company made its name by making custom order ice cream from -196 degree liquid nitrogen, where fresh ingredients are flash frozen into a liquid base. The flavors plans are simple: Four Winters uses the seasons of the year for inspiration. The company will face some competition with local ice cream shops like, Smitten, Sub Zero Ice Cream, and Creamistry.

Founded in 2014, Four Winters opened its first London shop in 2016 with chairman Omar Alkhawaja and CEO Zeid Zabian at the helm.

Four Winters, 8065 W. 3rd Street, Los Angeles, CA


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