Nicecream closes on King Street in Old Town

Nicecream, the shop that makes ice cream with liquid nitrogen, has permanently closed on King Street.

The Arlington-based company opened shop in Old Town at 726 King Street four years ago, and joins other recent Nicecream closures in D.C.’s Adam’s Morgan and Shaw neighborhoods. The Arlington location at 2831 Clarendon Boulevard remains open.

“Unfortunately, this Nicecream location is closed,” reads a note on the door. “Thank you for your continued support during this tough time for small businesses. We’ve loved getting to know you!”

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