Want the scoop? 3 new ice cream spots opening soon in Fort Worth

Sanzita Khadka prepares a serving of "What the Fudge" rolled ice cream at Chills 360 in Fort Worth.

Three new ice cream spots have opened, or will soon, to satisfy your cold-treat cravings.

Chills 360

Matcha Made in Heaven (front), Pinky Promise (right) and the What the Fudge from Chills 360.
Matcha Made in Heaven (front), Pinky Promise (right) and the What the Fudge from Chills 360.Kayla Stigall

 

New in the West Seventh area, the family-owned Chills 360 introduces Fort Worth to the rolled — or Thai-style — ice cream trend. Ice cream mix is poured over an icy cold disc until it freezes, then it gets rolled into cool-looking pinwheels that are then laced with various toppings such as Nutter Butter cookies and red velvet cake. Ice cream comes in cups, cones and — you’re going to need a few napkins for this — taco shells. There’s a bit of showmanship involved, as workers create cute designs with toppings and drizzles. There are also locations in Deep Ellum and Rockwall, with more to come. 1005 Foch St., Fort Worth. 800-771-1617, www.chills360.com.

 

Amorino

Amorino soon coming to Shops at Clearfork in Fort Worth.
Amorino soon coming to Shops at Clearfork in Fort Worth.Courtesy photo

 

Opening Dec. 18 at The Shops at Clearfork, Amorino is a gourmet gelato shop with a health-conscious vibe, offering two dozen flavors of gluten-free gelato and fat-free sorbet, all made with 100 percent natural ingredients. The company was founded in France in 2002 and is now more than 150 locations strong. Only 10 locations are in the U.S. and the only other store in Texas exists in Houston. Sorbet and gelato flavors include both typical and unusual, such as salted caramel, passion fruit and Sicilian citrus. Customers can have orders topped with custom-made gelato flowers, made petal by petal in as many flavors as desired. The shop will also serve coffee, waffles, crepes, pastries and nearly a dozen flavors of hot chocolate. 5274 Monahans Ave., Fort Worth. www.amorino.com.

 

Lumi Snow Company

Campfire Classic at Lumi Snow. A new location of Lumi Snow in North Richland Hills set to open soon.
Campfire Classic at Lumi Snow. A new location of Lumi Snow in North Richland Hills set to open soon.File photo

 

A second location of north Fort Worth’s seriously popular Lumi Snow Company will open this month in North Richland Hills. In addition to the pillowy and extravagantly-flavored shaved snow the mom-and-pop spot is known for, the new location will serve a bonus goodie: edible cookie dough. 8245 Precinct Line Road, North Richland Hills. www.lumisnow.com.

Comments

comments

Comments

comments

Thanks for checking out our new site! We’ve changed a ton of stuff, and we’d love to know what you think.
Email feedback