Photos courtesy of Below Zero Dallas

Rolled ice cream and frozen daiquiris to-go will be cooling the Bishop Arts district soon.

Below Zero, which opened its first location on Illinois at Westmoreland in March 2019, plans to open a second one at 504 N. Madison in mid-September.

Oak Cliff native Jesse Verdin owns Below Zero.

“We’ve been able to stay open in Oak Cliff,” he says. “If we’re able to do it here, I think we can do an even better job in the Bishop Arts area.”

Both locations will offer the same tasty treats. Their signature rolled ice cream comes in 10 flavors, including Nutella and Fruity Pebbles, with 18 choices of toppings. Alcohol-infused daiquiris come as push-up pops or can be ordered by the half-gallon or 16-ounce pouch. Below Zero also serves crepes and aguas frescas.

“I figured I’d bring a little something different to the community and do something better for them,” Verdin says. “There’s a lot of elementary schools and high schools and colleges in the area so I thought it was a good idea to bring a new concept here.”