Our Commitment to You...

 

is to make a better tasting ice cream that brings friends, family, and lovers of ice cream together. We achieve this by using high quality ingredients, artful attention to detail, and an incredible customer experience.

In case you were wondering what the "(402)" in our name meant, it's the area code our company makes the delicious ice cream you enjoy so much. We are so proud to be located in Lincoln, NE that we wanted it represented in our company name.

Press:

(402) Creamery brings unique, quality ice cream flavors to Lincoln - The Daily Nebraskan

 

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Seasonal Flavors

Each month, we rotate our Seasonal flavors out to bring you new and exciting flavors. January's Flavors:

Husker Red Velvet Cake - Cream cheese ice cream with red velvet cake pieces and cream cheese frosting swirl

Gooey Butter Cake - Cream cheese ice cream with ooey gooey butter cake pieces

The Canadian Scoop - Maple ice cream with brown sugar brittle, caramel swirl and toasted pecans

Chimney Sweep - Chocolate ice cream with oreos, Andes mints and crushed candy canes

7 Layers of Heaven - Butterscotch ice cream with coconut pieces, chocolate chips, graham cracker pieces, pecans

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip - (dairy free, gluten free) - peanut butter sorbet with dark chocolate chips

The (402) Creamery Story

Come back soon to read our story!

Owners Jerrica and Tyler Mannix

Where To Find Us

(402) Creamery Scoop Shop
311 N 8th St #101, Lincoln, NE 68508

Scoop Shop Hours:

Monday - Saturday 12pm - 10pm
Sunday 12pm - 8pm

You can also find us at A Street Market which is located at 3308 A Street, Lincoln, NE 68508







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