Are you one of the hundreds of people that crave ice cream sandwiches from Cream every day? Tired of driving to Berkeley or Walnut Creek to get your fix? You’re in luck! Cream has officially signed a lease in downtown Livermore!
Cream, which stands as “Cookies Rule Everything Around Me” is Bay Area concept that has caught fire. They specialize in all natural gourmet ice cream sandwiches and best yet, they are affordable at around $3 each.
The new location will be next to the 13-screen movie theater and Bankhead Performing Arts Theatre at 2375 Railroad Avenue in the Livermore Valley Plaza. The location is ideal, just across from the free city parking garage and on the way to all the major attractions. Cream is anticipating a February opening date.
Nestle Toll House Cafe closed at the end of October leaving behind 1,800 square feet of prime real estate on First Street. That space is now for lease. Contact Jessica for more information firstname.lastname@example.org or 925.737.4168.
Until recently Livermore Valley Plaza lacked excitement and had many vacant spaces. Over the past 18 months we have seen the center become near completely full and the epicenter of downtown shifted to this area. Establishments such as Sauced BBQ & Spirits, Patxi’s Pizza, and The Last Word (coming soon) are among the new line-up.