More than 50 flavors of gelato rotate regularly at this Italian sweetery, and each one is made on the premises with dry ingredients imported directly from Europe's boot. Sidestep scurvy with a cup of Clementine (smalls are $2.91), or experience the softer side of nature's most dangerous torpedo with a fluffy, regular-sized cup of pineapple (regulars are $3.96). All fruit flavors are free of lactose—creamier cousins, such as cinnamon and chocolate hazelnut, provide a healthy lac-dose. You're encouraged to take gelato home; freezer-friendly containers are available by the pint ($6.97) or quart ($11.47). Other Italian treats, such as espresso ($1.61) and cappuccino ($2.81), are also on hand to thaw frozen brains and warm chilly bloods.
- They have imported machines from Italy to get it right, and do they ever. Knockout flavors like pear, hazelnut, blueberry. Intense and creamy, and with less fat than ice cream. (If you are doing Weight Watchers, they even have the points figured out for you.) – Pat Sullivan, CSFreshInk.com