Chinatown ‘Rolled’ Ice Cream Shop 10Below Opens Friday at the Old Longboard Loft on Allen Street

Posted on: July 13th, 2016 at 5:13 am by
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Skate to scoop.

Popular Chinatown-based ice cream shop 10Below is on its way to the Lower East Side in just a few days. Ownership took over 132 Allen Street in recent months, converting the former Longboard Loft space into the brand’s third location. (The skate shop was chased out by high rents at the end of December after more than four years on the block.)

Judging by the state of the interior, they’ll need to hustle in order to make that deadline.

10Below resides only two blocks from the likeminded Celsius at the corner of Grand, which is becoming pretty popular these days.

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Inside 10Below on Allen St.

10Below quickly became sensation of sorts after debuting on Mott Street last year. They specialize in Thai street-inspired ice cream that is “rolled” on a cold plate.

10Below Ice Cream is New York’s first establishment serving Thai-inspired ice cream rolls. This concept was created on the streets of Thailand, serving fresh, made-to-order ice cream. Inspired by this ice cream art and by the way bartenders artfully craft cocktails made to order, 10Below blends the two approaches to create an experience for ice cream aficionados with an eclectic palette.

We roll each individual ice cream order with the freshest ingredients right in front of your eyes, meaning no preservatives or stabilizers are added. It’s ice cream in its rawest form — fresh off the plate.

10Below begins service on Friday.

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