DragonKhan wrote:Have any of you ever been to Italy?!?!
I lived in Gaeta, IT for two years. In the old part of town, there were two gelateria; Il Molo and Il Pinguino (The Mole and The Penguin) and for the previous 6 years they had handed the award back and forth for "Italy's Best Gelato."
Talk about gettin' fat!
Fresh, hand made, Tiramisu and White Chocolate gelato.
(Insert Homer salivation sound here.)
I still thought the Cold Stone in Guam edged it out.
LOL! No, I meant their ice cream is so filling, it's like eating an entire meal.
I as just gonna say... lol
Well, I guess it's a matter of taste if you like Italian or American Ice Cream better. Just like with pizza, they are very different....
I for most definately prefer the Italian version...
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^Gelato is excellent, but, unfortunately, Williamsburg's one Italian ice-cream shop only lasted a few months. Bummer.
Has anyone here tried Bruster's? I haven't seen any of their shops outside of Virginia. They have this no-fat, no-sugar-added cinnamon ice cream that's excellent. Their key-lime-pie ice cream is pretty good, too.
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