- $18 for three Groupons, each good for $10 worth of gelato and coffee ($30 value)
- See the menu.
Il Dolce Gelato
When Neil and Sommer Buss traveled to Italy, they discovered something that had been missing from their lives: gelato. Problem is, they couldn't imagine going back to ice cream and couldn't find any gelato in their hometown. So, they started experimenting in their home kitchen and worked with a master gelato maker in Italy to recreate that sensational flavor of artisanal gelato, eventually founding Il Dolce Gelato. Now, the current owners of the gelateria, Jon and Esther Rehbein, share that authentic flavor with people from around the area, carrying on the tradition the Busses began. Traditional gelato is creamier than ice cream, because it has less air whipped into it. With that creaminess comes an intense flavor, including the more than 200 rotating flavors Il Dolce serves, such as limone, stracciatella, and no-bake cookie. To give yourself a truly Italian experience, pair your gelato with an espresso for a blend of sweet and bitter tastes or try it out as a hip, new pizza topping.