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What You'll Get
The human mouth, which maintains a near-boiling temperature, needs to be constantly cooled by liquid-nitrogen pills or a jaw-mounted mouth fan. Take a more delicious route to cooling your maw with today's Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of ice cream, coffee drinks, food, and more at Gnam Gnam Gelato on Lawndale Drive. (Your Groupon is worth $12 if you buy a panini or salad with your purchase.)
Recently featured in the News & Record, Gnam Gnam Gelato offers greater Greensboro miniature frozen feasts of Italy’s sweetest export. As ice cream’s denser, more-filling, and more-outgoing cousin, gelato exists at Gnam Gnam in five sizes [small $3.50 (four scoops); medium $4.75 (six scoops); large $5.95 (eight scoops); pint $8.95 (10 scoops); and quart $14.95 (20 scoops)], and in such eclectic flavor options as Nutella, amarena cherry, and eggnog, the latter of which is great for summer rehearsals of the upcoming holiday season. The spaghetti gelato, a dish which resembles its pasta counterpart in name and appearance only, shows up savory meals with pasta-like vanilla gelato strands topped with strawberry syrup and shaved white chocolate. For the diner with a paralyzing fear of ice cream headaches, breakfast fare is also available in the form of sandwiches ($2.50 and up) and turnovers ($3.50), as well as midday meals such as the grilled vegetarian salad filled with handpicked fresh veggies ($6.75), or the spicy mustard and maple honey-cured ham-laden maple love panini ($6.75, served with chips).
Gnam Gnam Gelato offers a tasty dessert respite from ice cream quotas enforced by the Department of Mandatory Fun. With a menu that serves flavors popular in both the United States and Europe, Gnam Gnam serves as a dessert diplomat to America’s confection constituency. Grab today’s Groupon for a cosmopolitan twist on universally cherished desserts.
Ten Yelpers give Gnam Gnam Gelato a four-star average:
- Closest thing you'll find to Italian gelato - it's absolutely fantastic. – Scott W., Yelp
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Apr 28, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 2 per person, may buy multiples as gifts. Limit 1 per order/visit. Groupon worth $12 if panini or salad purchased. Not valid with other offers. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Gnam Gnam Gelato & Bistro
Selim Oztalay had been having sweet dreams of opening his own Italian gelato shop for many years. Growing up in Germany allowed him to not only be exposed to a variety of cultures, but also a variety of artisan gelato flavors that he missed when he moved to the United States. Hoping to expose American tongues to fine Italian flavors, he opened Gnam Gnam Gelato & Bistro. Named after the Italian saying for "delicious," Gnam Gnam makes visitors say just that with a rotating selection of more than 80 fresh to order inventive gelato flavors made fresh and onsite daily. Gelato is a healthy alternative to ice cream is half the calories and half the fat of ice cream. Servers heap scoops of the bistro’s namesake treat disguised as eggnog, tiramisu, and Nutella. Those with larger hankerings can be sated with cooked to order entrees from the full menu which features gourmet sandwiches and wraps such as the San Francisco chicken wrap, cranberry turkey sandwich, and California BLT. For a healthier take, they also serve up fresh salads such as the flavorful Bistro Salad and crispy chicken salad. Gnam Gnam's menu is filled with a variety of options from hearty meals to delightfully refreshing deserts.