July 16, 2018

Table for Two #19: Creamistry

Rachel of Hello, Chelly and I have teamed up once more to bring you a collaboration that involves two of my favorite things: New York City and food. Welcome to Table for Two, where the two of us will be highlighting restaurants and dessert spots in New York City. Each month, you'll be hearing our personal opinions on the place and the food! Today, I'll be sharing about our Creamistry experience (with the bonus of having our friend Kristin with us for it!), while Rachel will be talking about Pizza Loves Emily.

At Creamistry, the staff, otherwise called Creamologists, use liquid nitrogen to hand-craft their ice cream. Their entire set-up allows for visitors to watch their ice cream of choice being made, while also giving off the vibe of a modern, clean ice cream shop on the whole. There’s an entire variety of flavors and toppings to choose from when making your own ice cream concoction; there’s also other options like ice cream sandwiches or pre-made sundaes. 

For my first visit, I decided to go with Cinnamon Toast Crunch ice cream with Oreos mixed in and Captain Crunch on top in a waffle bowl - and it was delicious! The toppings were tasty, true, but it was the ice cream that was a winner. It was creamy in consistency and was just the right amount of sweet, and I loved it. The waffle bowl was also a surprise, as they make each one fresh! 

My only recommendation for the shop is to add some seating (it’s on the smaller side and there’s no area to just sit and enjoy your ice cream). But otherwise, Creamistry was worth the visit! You can plan a visit of your own to their location at 129 Walker Street, New York, NY 10013.



  1. Ohh, this looks like an awesome ice cream shop :D Glad you loved it there a bunch. <3 Yay for lovely pictures too :D


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