We enjoyed a couple of scoops while we walked around downtown one evening after dinner. Lots of options and decent quality
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Went about noon one day. Had very few flavors of gelato and no sorbet. Flavors so mild you could not distinguish between cherry and Lemon except for the color...
I have been frequenting ECCO for many years and the gelato (handmade) is consistently good and the flavors are outstanding and creative, just like the town!
Our favorite gelato is the blood orange served together with the french vanilla, but we always ask for tastes of the flavors and are always tempted and happy with our choices.
We stopped here because I love gelato. They had interesting and good flavors, and we even came back a second time. But the gelato was not very creamy, in fact seemed almost icy.
We stopped by one afternoon for a little break and pick me up. The flavors were a bit more muted than what one finds in Italy and in some gelaterias that I've visited in the US, but still quite good. The selection was down a...More
Nice spot to get authentic gelato. The Lavender was popular, so tried that and wasn't disappointed. Selection seemed a little bit limited, but would be helpful if the selections were on the wall so can select/ponder before arriving at counter.
Cute...off the beaten path coffee and life sustaining gelato shop. Best of right next door to The Cheesemonger Shop (regretfully closed for the night). So we settled for one bird, grabbed an iced decaf coffee giving the time of day. Yes, no gelato, but I...More