Four Winters' First Liquid Nitrogen Ice Cream Parlor in The U.S. Is Sweetening Up West Third Street

It's now open next to ModelFit.

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While one Brit-bred brand is sadly leaving LA, another is making a very sweet debut across the pond. London-bred ice creamery Four Winters has opened its first Stateside shop on West Third Street, where it's now tempting fitness fiends scooping up nitro-frozen treats next door to ModelFit.

The international ice cream parlor is known for its made-to-order desserts inspired by the seasons and created with liquid nitrogen, which is used to flash-freeze fresh ingredients into a dairy base — all while sweet-toothed gourmands watch. Every cup is then finished off with fresh fruit or homemade toppings: Take, for instance, the summer-inspired Peach Crumble, which is made with "sweet, golden ripe peaches [that blend] perfectly with our baked-in-house oat crumble to bring you back to your childhood summers in Georgia, even if you've never been there."

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Four Winters' LA outpost will be serving up flavors inspired by Southern California farmers and artisans alongside classics like the people-pleasing knafeh ice cream (which is inspired by a traditional Arabic treat) and cookies and cream — just be sure to enjoy your cup before stepping out into our current face-melting heat.

The U.K.-based brand already has seven outposts globally: Three in its native London, one in Egypt, one in Jordan, and two in Saudi Arabia. Four Winters' Stateside foray is all part of its $10 million global expansion, which Finance Digest notes is expected to include locations in New York and North Africa.

Four Winters
8065 West Third St., Los Angeles, CA 90048

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