15 NYC Ice Cream Spots Churning Out Interesting Flavors

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Courtesy of L'Abero dei Gelati

Between the humidity and the heat, New Yorkers have but a handful of options to turn to for summertime relief. Luckily for city denizens, local ice cream shops are at the forefront of a flavor revolution to offer some cool respite.

L’Albero dei Gelati

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The Lombardy-based café came stateside in 2013 when Monia Solighetto opened doors in Park Slope and continued to grow her cultish following. The emphasis on local produce and the Slow Food philosophy is painfully sincere. Flavors change along with the seasons, but reliable classics like stracciatella and pistachio are always present. What sets this act apart, though, is the savory selections, like saffron gelato (which, by the way, meets its perfect partner in an accompanying scoop of the blueberry sorbet).

15 NYC Ice Cream Spots Churning Out Interesting Flavors

L’Albero dei Gelati

The Lombardy-based café came stateside in 2013 when Monia Solighetto opened doors in Park Slope and continued to grow her cultish following. The emphasis on local produce and the Slow Food philosophy is painfully sincere. Flavors change along with the seasons, but reliable classics like stracciatella and pistachio are always present. What sets this act apart, though, is the savory selections, like saffron gelato (which, by the way, meets its perfect partner in an accompanying scoop of the blueberry sorbet).

Courtesy of L'Abero dei Gelati
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