Melt Ice Creams makes a few vegan products, like the avocado coconut milk lime (on left) and the blackberry orange sorbet called Blackberry sorbet.

Melt Ice Creams makes a few vegan products, like the avocado coconut milk lime (on left) and the blackberry orange sorbet called Blackberry sorbet.

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Fort Worth-based shop Melt Ice Creams is expanding to Dallas. Owner Kari Crowe Seher opened her pop-up shop in Dallas the first week in July.

Owner Kari Crowe Seher opened her first Melt Ice Creams in Fort Worth in 2014.

Owner Kari Crowe Seher opened her first Melt Ice Creams in Fort Worth in 2014.

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The shop is located inside the store Urban Acres in Oak Cliff. Seher plans to serve frozen treats there Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. in the summer.

It's a mini shop, and temporary, so expect a pared down menu. Seher expects to sell about four flavors of ice cream that could change every few weeks. 

For now, there's vanilla bean; chocolate chocolate; vanilla with nectarine jam; and a vegan option called coconut curry.

Take a look at her cute Fort Worth shop here. Or, check out a recipe to make Melt's blueberry-mint ice cream.

Seher says Oak Cliff reminds her of Southside in Fort Worth. "We have a lot of customers that drive over from Dallas, so we wanted an option for them that was a little closer to home," she says via email.

The Observer broke the news that Melt was headed to Dallas.

Urban Acres in Oak Cliff is located at 1605 N Beckley Ave., Dallas. Open Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

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