America’s Best Cities for Sweet Tooths

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Amelia Sawyer

Sugar addicts take note: olive oil gelato sundaes, Coca-Cola cupcakes, and marshmallow-filled caramels are the travel destinations you've been waiting for.

No. 9 Cleveland

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The Rust Belt city gets to have it both ways, ranking in the top 10 for both old-style bakeries and cool bars.  Playing to the city’s heartland mojo, vintage-inspired soda fountain Sweet Moses, in the Gordon Square Arts District, specializes in house-made root beer and pharmacy-style phosphates and egg creams.  For more ice cream, check out Mitchell’s, owned by two brothers, where the locally sourced ice creams include seasonal flavors like spring’s Guinness and Dark Chocolate or summer’s strawberry rhubarb crisp. Meanwhile, at Trentina—the kind of place that is getting Cleveland more attention from food snobs—you can finish your meal with the raved-about Olive Oil Gelato Sundae. 

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America’s Best Cities for Sweet Tooths

No. 9 Cleveland

The Rust Belt city gets to have it both ways, ranking in the top 10 for both old-style bakeries and cool bars.  Playing to the city’s heartland mojo, vintage-inspired soda fountain Sweet Moses, in the Gordon Square Arts District, specializes in house-made root beer and pharmacy-style phosphates and egg creams.  For more ice cream, check out Mitchell’s, owned by two brothers, where the locally sourced ice creams include seasonal flavors like spring’s Guinness and Dark Chocolate or summer’s strawberry rhubarb crisp. Meanwhile, at Trentina—the kind of place that is getting Cleveland more attention from food snobs—you can finish your meal with the raved-about Olive Oil Gelato Sundae. 

Amelia Sawyer
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