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Ices Plain & Fancy

Ices Plain & Fancy, St. Louis, MO

St. Louis’ Nitro Ice Cream Parlor

St. Louis, MO/December 22, 2016 (STLRestaurant.News) For the sweet tooth that craves cool treats year round, Ices Plain & Fancy flash churns made to order Ice Cream right before your eyes using Liquid Nitrogen at a negative 320 degrees.  Located in a beautifully restored historic Victorian building in the heart of the Shaw Neighborhood, this one of a kind Ice Cream Parlor serves up the Nostalgia.  It’s an experience in a colorful whimsical atmosphere.  Their classic Nitro traditional Ice cream flavors include Vanilla, Chocolate, Butter Pecan, Mint Chip, Cherry Cordial, Rocky Road and Salted Dulce de Leche Custard.  And according to Ices Plain & Fancy, Dairy doesn’t get to have all the fun!  Chef Max has created up a menu of several frozen Vegan treats that are as rich and full flavored as traditional ice cream, such as, Coconut Milk German Chocolate, Soy Vanilla, Soy Butter Pecan, Soy Mint Chip and Soy Cherry Cordial.

How about a little boozy creation to warm your pallet for the chill?  For those 21 & over Ices Plain and Fancy offers Cocktail Ice Cream.  They can do this, because liquid nitrogen is so cold that they can actually freeze alcohol.  And oh yes these chilly cocktail creations retain ALL the proof you’d find in a traditional cocktail!  They call it, Nitro Mixology!  Their signature cocktail creations feature: Johnny Jump Up (Vanilla Ice Cream, Jameson, Apple Bitters, and Strongbow Cider), Ok Fine!  (Vanilla Ice Cream, Rum Chada, and Fruit Loops), The Benjamin (Vanilla Ice Cream, Dickle Whiskey, and Pralines), Sazerac (Vanilla Ice Cream, Templeton Rye, Torched Sirene Absinthe, Peychaud’s Bitters and Orange Peel), Frozen Dude (Vanilla Ice Cream, Vodka and Kahlua), Ancho & Lefty (Chocolate Ice Cream, Ancho Reyes, Aztec Chocolate Bitters, Ancho Powder, and Cocoa Nibs), Dark & Fancy (Vanilla Ice Cream, Goslings Dark Rum, and Gosling’s Ginger Beer), 4 Hands Chocolate Stout Float (Vanilla Ice Cream, Cocoa Nibs, 4 Hands Brewing Co. and Chocolate Milk Stout), Cherry Not So Cordial (Chocolate Ice Cream, Luxardo, Amaretto, and Old Granddad), and Mrs. Marshall’s Old Fashioned (Vanilla Ice Cream, Old Granddad, Strongbow Cider, Peychaud’s Bitters, Luxardo Cherry, and Orange Peel).

So how do co-owners/college friends, Joseph Max Crask, Troika Brodsky, Darla Crask and Chef Joseph “Max” Crask push the culinary boundaries at Ices Plain & Fancy?  Find out right here:

www.hectv.org/watch/innovations/august-2016/24071/liquid-nitrogen-ice-cream-st-louis-nitro-ice-cream-parlor/

Ices Plain & Fancy also brings the Nitro culinary interactive excitement to parties and special events. It’s quite the show-stopping spectacle with Ice’s Plain & Fancy providing the mixologists, blowtorches, mixers and Liquid Nitrogen creating Ice Cream on the spot. For more information call: (314) 601-3604 or catering#icesstl.com.

Ices Plain & Fancy
2256 S. 39th Street
St. Louis, MO 63110
Phone: (314) 601-3604

Open Year Round. Winter Schedule:
Wednesday – Friday (2-11 PM), Saturday (12-11) & Sundays (12-10 PM)

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Jacqui Poor

Jacqui Poor

Jacqui is a multiple Emmy award winning journalist, television producer, writer, director and voice over talent. She’s earned thirteen Emmy Awards, forty-two Emmy Nominations, fifty-three Telly Awards, and two Aurora Awards. Jacqui currently produces feature stories, short documentaries and live educational interactive simulcast specials for HEC-TV. As a writer/director, three of her short documentaries were featured in the St. Louis Filmmaker’s Showcase. During the Fall semesters, Jacqui is a guest expert for Washington University’s Denise Ward Brown grant funded, Tale of Two Cities: Documenting Our Divide film-making class. Jacqui has also penned numerous articles and stories for magazines and Journal publications.

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