Owings Mills, Md. (July 20, 2017) — Greenberg Gibbons announced today that Sub Zero Ice Cream, a popular concept that became known after appearing on ABC’s Shark Tank, has opened at Hunt Valley Towne Centre —just in time for the summer season.
Sub Zero Ice Cream is a science spectacle when it comes to serving made-to-order -321-degree liquid nitrogen treats that are completely customizable and cater to a range of dietary needs. Offering seven cream bases, including lactose free, vegan and sugar-free options, as well as premium cream and custard, guests can choose from more than 40 different flavors and mix in a variety of fruit, candy, nuts or baked goods, for limitless combinations.
The shop’s owner, Suzanne Fedi, is local to Hunt Valley. She and her five children work at the shop every day, assisting customers personally.
“We enjoy working together in Hunt Valley Towne Centre’s warm, friendly and family-oriented environment,” says Ms. Fedi. “The shop has become a second home to us and we’re already on a first name basis with many of our regular customers, whom we affectionately refer to as `ice cream freaks and science geeks.’”
Sub Zero also offers ice cream pies, shakes, smoothies and more, all created using liquid nitrogen.
The new shop occupies a 1,188-square-foot space, located next to Orange Theory Fitness, on the second level. It joins a list of national and regional retailers and restaurants at Hunt Valley Towne Centre, which is anchored by Wegmans, Regal Cinemas and Marshalls. The Centre’s expansive dining options also include Bar Louie, Barrett’s Grill, California Pizza Kitchen, Coal Fire, Outback Steakhouse, Sakura, The Greene Turtle and more.
plenty of free parking