Amorino GelatoIce Cream • New York, United States
first one statside! oh yeah!
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You have to try the cereal milk fro-yo. And the compost cookies. And the alcoholic milkshakes. And the pork buns. Well, you have to try everything.
Words cannot describe how awesome this place is.
30-somethings crowd and some strange (read: taxidermy) decor but always a good time at this West Village spot!
Order a light and dark. Don't be alarmed when they hand you four 1/2 pint glasses. That's all they have. The food's pretty good too.
they FINALLY have a lady's room. You don't know how exciting this is for New Yorkers. And don't wear open toe shoes ladies, unless you like saw dust in your shoes.
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