Plan to visit Main Street’s Crème Bee soon

By Bill Kinman

Crème Bee co-owner Bryan Wang welcomes customers to Main Street’s newest ice cream parlor at 137 W. Main St.

What do “Cloud 9,” “Moonlight,” “Sawdust Heaven,” “Volcano,” and “Snow White” all have in common?

You’ll never guess unless you wander into Main Street’s newest ice cream parlor, Crème Bee at 137 W. Main St. They are, along with “CremeBee,” “The Bee,” and “Boba Madness,” ice cream creations of Crème Bee’s owner and operator Cherry Law.

Crème Bee offers a controlled, but delightful, change from ice cream parlors that tout unlimited flavor varieties and humongous diet-breakers. Basically it is one soft-serve ice cream flavor — milk — and just seven carefully crafted creations (what old-timers would call sundaes), each of which will delight your taste buds and whet your appetite for trying each of the offerings during subsequent Crème Bee visits.

First-time visitors will often choose one of the two creations upon which the store’s “Bee” name is derived — CremeBee, with raw honey) or The Bee, with honeycomb and raw hone. Those with a honey sweet tooth will always find a container of honey readily available for added sweetness.

Cloud 9 and Moonlight are also first-time favorites, as customers want to experience the pleasing taste of raspberry flavored cotton candy or purple grape flavored cotton candy on their ice cream creations.

Chocolate lovers may want to start their Crème Bee experience with either Volcano or Snow White.

The one time of the year when the menu is expanded is the Halloween season, when the “Scarily Cute” Halloween special edition ice cream creation adds pleasure to a popular seasonal celebration.

The creative creations offered by Crème Bee come from the inventive mind of Mrs. Law who, with a background in marketing, has cleverly designed a business with treats that will entertain and please. Her creations have achieved an “Instagramable” status as more-than-satisfied customers share their photos of their new favorite desserts on Instagram. Those pictures are shared on a monitor located within the shop.

As enticing as the pictures are, it’s best to visit Crème Bee in person and order one of the creations awaiting your taste buds. You can enjoy Crème Bee’s creations from 1 p.m. to 10 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday, 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. Friday, noon to 11 p.m. Saturday, and noon to 10 p.m. Sunday.

If you have questions for Mrs. Law, give her a call at 626-741-5159.


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Dec 2018


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