Gelato

Gelato is like ice cream but lower in fat and more fashionable. It is smooth, denser and more intensely flavored than ice cream. Invented in Italy and still a favorite dessert there, gelato has gained tremendous popularity in the U.S., where it is served not only in Italian restaurants, but in the sorts of cafes where ice cream would be considered too childish. It is served in a small cup with a small spoon, and typical sundae toppings such as hot fudge, marshmallow, or maraschino cherries are proibito.

Restaurants With This Dish

Graeter's - Black Raspberry
Graeter’s

CINCINNATI, OH

Nonna’s Italian Kitchen

EDGEFIELD, SC

Eggplant baked around seasoned veal, topped with melted cheese, in a pool of fruity tomato sauce
Freddy’s Pizzeria | Best Casual Italian Food in Chicago

CICERO, IL

Village Cafe

AIKEN, SC

Crisp pastry tubes are filled with sweet cheese and their ends dipped in green pistachio crumbs
Angelo Brocato

NEW ORLEANS, LA

Elixir Espresso & Wine Bar

SAN DIEGO, CA

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