The Myrtle Beach SC area will have a new ice cream shop option beginning June 18.
Sub Zero Ice Cream uses a unique technique of freezing its wares with liquid nitrogen to create tasty desserts.
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Customer pick between 7 cream bases – original, premium custard, low-fat, yogurt, lactose-free, vegan and sugar-free – and then can add 20 flavors, fruit, candy, nuts or baked goods. The treat is then frozen with the liquid nitrogen, which creates a mist that floats over the counter.
The shop is at 106 Sayebrook Parkway, Suite 5, and will be open noon to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and noon to 11 p.m. Friday and Saturday.