We spotted this on their website a while back, but it’s finally a reality…Sub Zero Ice Cream is opening in Rancho Cucamonga!
This is the chain’s sixth California location, but its first in the Inland Empire.
But it’s not our first liquid-nitrogen ice cream shop.
The shop, 10590 Town Center Drive, Suite 170, will open
Monday (March 18) Wednesday (March 20) eventually.
Sub Zero offers a variety of liquid dairy and non-dairy ingredients as the base: Premium, lowfat, custard, yogurt, non-dairy, rice and soy.
To that, you can add any number of 47 flavors, not counting the flavor of the month or any local flavors.
Then you’ve got your choice of 33 different mix-ins, of which the first one is free.
But that’s not all. You even get your choice of consistency…your ice cream can be made like soft-serve, scoopable or frozen solid.
After making your selections, your dessert is then flash-frozen with liquid nitrogen at -321 degrees Fahrenheit right before your eyes.
Sub Zero also offers shakes and smoothies.
The new location is owned by brothers Mike and Gor Antashyan, and their father, George Antashyan.
For more information, including lists of flavor and mix-in options, click here.