Founded by Drew Belcher, Kevin Whelan, and Timothy Dang, Sorry Not Sorry Creamery offers a selection of high-end ice cream flavors to the Summerlin area. With its ambitions to expand all over the Las Vegas Valley, Sorry Not Sorry is preparing to launch three new locations this fall: at 7170 Durango Drive Suite 130 in Centennial Hills; at 3239 Bicentennial Pkwy in Henderson; and finally, inside We All Scream, Corner Bar Management’s “two-story sensory overload of club, music, art, and ice cream” at 517 E Fremont St.
“We were born and raised here,” Drew Belcher told What Now on Friday. “Growing up, I always loved eating at really great ice creameries in other cities, but Vegas didn’t have any. So we started the first craft creamery in Las Vegas, with the best, highest-quality dairy.”
Sorry Not Sorry really is all about its dairy.
“The best ice cream requires the best dairy,” reads the Sorry Not Sorry website. “So we use Scott Brothers Dairy, a 100-year-old family-owned dairy farm, in our delicious ice cream flavors. Their cows are grass-fed, free of hormones and antibiotics, and range freely on over 900 acres of warm, comfortable weather year-round. This low-stress life leads to higher milk production and incredible dairy quality you can taste.”
Sorry Not Sorry Creamery offers 16 classic flavors, plus 4 rotating seasonal varieties. Classic Flavors include Brown Sugar Milk Tea with Boba, Campfire S’mores, Mangonada, Honey Lavender, and more. They’re served up in freshly baked waffle cones.
“We bake everything in-house,” Belcher said. “Everything except the Oreos.”
Sorry Not Sorry’s fall flavors drop on September 1, so the next few days may be your last chance to try the creamery’s Summer Bakehouse seasonal flavors: Jelly Filled Donut, Key Lime Butter Crumble, Passionfruit Raspberry Cake Swirl (vegan), and Salted Pistachio Brittle.
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