This ice cream is just ice cream. This is not extra special- it is just ice cream. While we were eating our gelatos our conversation turned to this subject- mostly because I kept thinking as I ate, that I just spent fifteen bucks for two small cups of gelato the size of what most kids get when they are in kindergarten when they give ice cream cups out as treats at school for their friends.These cups really were that size for seven dollars. Whats the difference between this fancy gelato and ice cream? This fancy gelato tastes like rich ice cream. It is displayed beautifully in a brightly lit freezer, the staff member serving it mixes it up and puts it in your cup with something that looks like a palette knife or spatula, you feel like you are getting something extra special because he mixes it as if he has been trained by a special gelato person to do his job just right, finally, it is so costly and comes from a bright pretty cart, and there are many flavors, some that look very different and unexpected. When you buy this gelato you feel like it is REALLY special and so you give your crisp twenty dollars to them and get three back. Next you look for a place to sit and have great trouble finding a spot, as you eat this ice cream. Finally the thought comes to you......Isn't this just ice cream? Could I have purchased a five dollar pint of Ben and Jerrys at the market a block from home? the answer to your question is YES. If you buy ice cream from Ben and Jerrys, let it sit out for thirty minutes, whip it up with your kitchen spatula and scrape it into a Dixie cup you will get the same thing- an ice cream. The question is, do you want to give up your crisp twenty dollar bill for two birthday size cups of ice cream that you give to a kindergartener? The answer for me is NO. I will not ever go there again and will not recommend it.
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