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West Sayville: Sweet science @ 21 Main

A waiter freezes cream into ice cream by

A waiter freezes cream into ice cream by pouring liquid nitrogen at Two Steak & Sushi Den in New Hyde Park. (March 12, 2010) Credit: Photo by Timothy Fadek

21 Main, the traditional steakhouse and American restaurant in West Sayville, is going molecular -- at least when it comes to ice cream.

The eatery now offers liquid-nitrogen-produced ice cream. On busy nights, the fireworks take place in the kitchen; on quieter evenings, tableside. The flavors include pistachio, mango, cherry and vanilla. Cost: $10 per serving.

21 Main also continues to offer vinous sorbets, made with riesling, cabernet sauvignon, pinot noir and nose wines.

21 Main is at 21 Main St., West Sayville; 631-567-0900.

Making liquid-nitrogen ice cream at Two Steak & Sushi Den in New Hyde Park.