Apr 30, 2009

Italian Ice Cream

And the moment we’ve been waiting for….ice cream season! Here are three wonderful places to have Italian style ice cream:

With two locations, one in the Upper West Side and another in the West Village, Grom is an Italian brand who started in Turin in 2003 and later expanded to Paris, Tokyo and New York. Last summer lines could reach 90 feet long.
2165, Broadway (and 76th) (212) 362 1837
233, Bleecker Street (and Carmine)(212) 206 1738

This American style shop offers an amazing selection of Italian style ice cream, ranging from sorbets to creamy and milky flavors. With a very efficient staff, lines during summer move fast and the shop stays open until 1am.
272 Bleecker St.
(212) 414-1795

Sant Ambroeus
An Italian restaurant who also serves delicious ice cream at their balcony. Originally from Milan, Sant Ambroeus was established in 1936. Their two celebrated spots in NYC, in the Upper East side and West Village, are a trendy address for lunch, dinner, coffee and ice cream!
1000 Madison Ave
(212) 570-2211
259 W 4th St, New York
(212) 604-9254

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