A rolled ice cream switcheroo in the southeast has created Las Vegas’ first combination “creamery & video game lounge.”
Taking over the 1,378-square-foot former home of Ice Cream Pop N Roll at the Windmill Lane Plaza, Level Up Nitro Creamery & Boba sits next to Joe Maxx Coffee Company and close to the intersection of Windmill Lane and Bermuda road.
Decorated with mounted screens and comfortable seating, the interior adds mural tributes to favorite game characters. The lounge is planning to schedule regular gaming tournaments for its customers to win prizes.
On the counter-service menu, diners can choose between rolled or nitrogen frozen ice cream, individually customized with “house,” chocolate, matcha, or taro cream, or opt for the pre-designed combinations including the “Pika Pika” featuring lemon Oreo, raspberry, and white chocolate sauce; the strawberry cake and graham cracker “Red Shell,” and the “Candelaria” topped with any three types of candy.
Milk teas include Okinawa, matcha, Hokkaido, or Thai choices, and iced teas and slushes are available in many fruit flavors, such as the “Havana” created with strawberry, passion fruit, and peach.
Level Up Nitro Creamery & Boba, 500 E. Windmill Lane, #170, 702-875-3554. Open daily from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., and from noon on Sundays.
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