(PRESS RELEASE)_Elisabetta's features house-made gelato. They change the flavors regularly. Vanilla and pistachio are always on the menu. The pastry team gets to have some fun creating a third flavor. They have three gelato options and one non-dairy sorbet. The sorbet right now is chocolate but they've made mango and blood orange in the past. Currently, they are featuring a cinnamon raisin gelato. They've made smores and cappucino crunch gelato previously and will feature those again in the future.
One scoop is $6.50. Two scoops (Dopio) is $10.50.
“What I love about gelato is the Italian tradition of eating gelato frequently as an afternoon snack. In Italy, gelaterias have reemerged that celebrate the old-world standards of gelato production. the gelateria artigianale feature all natural products, with no chemical ingredients that are made on the premises. Gelato is eaten a touch warmer than our ice cream here in the US. This silky texture that is never icy or crystallized is a distinctive feature of great gelato.
At Elisabetta’s, we feature traditional and modern Italian gelato flavors, the stracciatella, vanilla with “strands “ of bittersweet chocolate is one of my favorites. Another favorite of mine is “ croquante totale"--that is also a vanilla gelato base but filled with chopped pralines with three different nuts: hazlenut, almond and pistachio.
Some flavors we offer frequently include pistache (pistachio), amaretto, nutella and seasonal fruit. The fruit-based gelatos made without any dairy may be called sorbetto. Our bittersweet chocolate sorbetto with no cream is so delicious, it’s hard to choose just one flavor … a double scoop or a sundae with chocolate sauce, salted caramel sauce and whipped cream and fresh berries is the way to go!!” Lisabet Summa, co-owner of Elisabetta’s said.
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