- Gelato and sorbetto on a stick
- All-natural ingredients
- Made fresh daily
- Insulated bag included
About This Deal
As evidenced by baseball, the Space Needle, and Mr. Roboto, things involving sticks are infinitely more enjoyable than those lacking them. Anchor your taste buds on twigs of deliciousness with today's Groupon: for $12, you get a six-pack of assorted best-selling Popbars and a reusable thermal bag at Popbar, located in Greenwich Village (a $25 value).
Popbar is an all-natural confection haven serving its authentic gelato and sorbetto concoctions on sticks for easy handheld enjoyment. Kosher, gluten-free, and made daily, the sweet treats burst with inimitable flavors and pose as ideal snacks for kids, adults, and abode-constructing birds. A six-pack of Popbars presents three PopGelato varieties—including chocolate, coffee, and hazelnut, which comes dipped in dark chocolate and garnished with nut meat—as well as three PopSorbetto selections. The strawberry PopSorbetto dons a cloak of dark chocolate, helping cocoa cravers gradually transition to fruit-only wands wearing mixed berry and peach. Because Popbars are crafted preservative-free each day, customers should call one day in advance to order their six-packs. Sweet sextets are packaged in reusable, insulated thermal bags, enabling patrons to keep treats fresh and hidden from fire-breathing dragonflies.
Popbar has received tons of press, including being featured by NBC 4, New York magazine, the New York Times, the New York Post, The Feast, and Gothamist. More than 1,580 Facebookers like the business, and 130 Yelpers give it an average rating of 3.5 stars.
- You cannot do much better than the frozen gelato and sorbetto at Popbar, an Italian import in Greenwich Village. Small batches are made on the premises in more than a dozen flavors, with the suavest of textures. – Florence Fabricant, New York Times
- The indecisive will have a hard time, but winning combinations include espresso with dark chocolate and crumbled biscotti and pistachio with white chocolate and pistachio nuts. – Carla Spartos, New York Post