Made with waffle or pancake batter, taiyaki is as eye-catching as it is delicious, whether its interior is painted with the likes of Nutella, red paste or some other choice, or stuffed with items such as cheese, Oreos, etc.
Long Beach Creamery’s “Honor Ruth” is a citrusy, organic vanilla ice cream-based concoction complete with fresh lime curd and lime meringue cookies mixed in.
La Michoacana, the ice cream shop which opened just a few short months ago at Seventh Street and Orange, is hoping to mimic the style (hence its name) of the outrageously popular paleterías that started in the Mexican state of Michoacán.
Snow Monster’s fourth location and first venture into Los Angeles County is now open in Long Beach, thanks to business partners CFO Kathy Vu’s and CEO Ta Chirayos’ love for Belmont Shore’s Second Street vibes.
Let’s celebrate the “fun and nutritious food that is enjoyed by over 90 percent of the nation’s population” by giving a couple local joints (and one ice cream powerhouse corporation) some well-deserved appreciation this Sunday and for the rest of the month.
Baskin-Robbins announced Tuesday that the “world’s largest chain of ice cream specialty shops” will offer 31 percent off all ice cream sundaes this Sunday, May 31 at participating shops nationwide.
The Long Beach Creamery, working out of Dina Amadril’s home, has been offering locals a hint of what locally-sourced ingredients can add to the culinary art of ice cream making—and the success has been so overwhelming that Amadril is ready to take the Creamery toward its next step: into its very own brick and mortar at 4141 Long Beach Blvd.
Walking into Creamistry—Belmont Shore’s newest business—you’ll be welcomed by an overwhelming amount of greetings and a massive tank with pipes galore connected to it on your right. Even beyond the heavy dose of hellos and the elephant in the room, that’s probably not what you’ll notice first. You’re more likely to be more captivated by the falling cascades of foggy liquid nitrogen, bursting out of stand-up mixers churning everyone’s favorite frozen concoction: ice cream.
August is Long Beach’s hottest month and a frozen treat can be the sweet antidote to make high temperatures almost bearable. Like steaming hot chocolate in the cold of winter, the contrast of a chilly concoction in the heat of the summer sun is good for the soul. It was recently revealed that Long Beachers consume the largest quantity of ice cream in the nation, so it is fitting that Long Beach offers a variety of places to get these and other sweet frozen creations.