02 Sep 2016
Lulu Ice Cream opens at South Beach Featured
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At Lulu’s Nitrogen Ice Cream they take great pride in their work and by work it means creating some of the most outstandingly rich and creamy ice cream you’ve ever tasted. They lovingly craft each ice cream from scratch, using fresh, locally-sourced ingredients and finish them off with a splash of liquid nitrogen. While they love thrilling tastebuds, at Lulu’s ice cream, they believe that they have more to offer than an innovative and delicious way to make ice cream. At heart, they believe nothing is more important than friends and family. The customers are their friends, and together we’re one big family community. They want to give their customers a positive experience with each and every visit, and bring a lasting positive impact to the community. One way in which they are already helping our community is by supporting local businesses for their ingredients. They've opened their first location 2 years ago at Wynwood and now they open their second location at 1439 Alton Rd. Miami Beach, FL 33139. Here is more information about Lulu's Nitrogen Ice Cream :

 

According to New Times :

"50 Eggs founder John Kunkel is also looking forward to bringing on an additional tenant to join the new Miami Beach space: Lulu’s Nitrogen Ice Cream. This will be the second location of the Miami-based shop, best known for crafting its frozen treats from scratch using fresh, locally sourced ingredients." written by Nicole Danna.

 

According to Yelp :

"if you have a sweet tooth, you have to try this place. this has become a staple in my life and it is a bit of a problem. i think i visit this place close to once a month. First, there is plenty of street parking. this comes in handy when you are in the middle of an ice cream emergency where you need to get in and get out ASAP. the service is great. the staff is so helpful and give me as many samples as I want. now, saving the best part for last - THE ICE CREAM. if you've never had nitrogen ice cream before then you need to try it. it will change your life. it is so creamy and delicious. everything is made fresh and made to owner. they have an amazing oreo waffle bowl which i HAVE to order every time because it is THAT good. they change their special flavors every once in a while. if you are lucky and they have guava GET IT! it is amazing. if there isn't, i get the vanilla with tons of toppings because YOLO." written by Isabelle D (Rated 5 stars).

 

According to Real Deal :

"t will be the second location for Lulu’s, which launched at 2001 Biscayne Boulevard in Miami in 2013. Luisa Santos, Lulu’s owner, said her 421-square-foot space will incorporate natural elements, like counters made of reclaimed wood, in line with her “cow-to-cone” theme. “This kind of nook in the middle of the Beach is very intimate, even though it’s on Alton Road,” she told TRD."

 

Stay tuned at Miami City Social for more information.

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