Sing ho for fro-yo! Voice Places is dishing up frozen yogurt in New York. Reviews from professional critics and active local users are your guide to the cityâ€™s frozen chosen, and our listings are always searchable by name or neighborhood!
This ice cream parlor in the West Village is a gem, and serves four daily flavors of dense, creamy soft serve. The salty caramel is a beautiful rendition of cajeta, and... More »
Blue Marble Ice Cream feels like a mom and pop ice cream shop on a boardwalk, not just an outpost of Brooklyn's finest scoops mini-chain. Neighborhood flyers, cozy... More »
Like most successful food endeavors, Lâ??Arte Del Gelato started out as a labor of love, but with a love for classic Italian gelato. With techniques gathered from... More »
Grab a lemon or chocolate ice ($1 for a small paper cup) and watch a bocce game. It's the perfect Queens-Italian day. The Lemon Ice King does not mess around... More »
For some reason, nothing is hipper than a bakery these days. Baked, despite its slacker name, is an overachiever located in Red Hook and selling to cafes all over town. But going... More »
It's surprisingly difficult to find good late night ice cream in Manhattan, but thatâ??s just what the Lower East Sideâ??s Stellina provides. A sister store and neighbor to the... More »
New ice cream shops are opening all of the time, especially ones that focus on local ingredients and ecologically conscious (hormone-free milk, cage-free chicken... More »
Culture in Park Slope treats frozen yogurt as a fine craft. The shopâ??s natural, intense product has developed a cultish following who appreciate the foodie take on... More »
Ilias and Veneta Iliopoulos ran an Italian gelateria in Greece before opening their East Village shop, Fresco Gelateria. You'll find flavors that range from offbeat to... More »
Going to college isn't about reading the works of Shakespeare or grasping Kierkegaard's Either/Or. It's not about getting drunk every night and hooking up with random people. OK, maybe it is, but it's also about whiling away the hours in the low-key, bohemian café near campus—that cozy place staffed by inept but attractive undergrads who pour endless cups of soy...
While the technology needed to produce frozen treats may seem like a modern invention, these sweet delights of summer are far more ancient. Most stories about the origin of icy desserts mention the emperor Nero. In addition to fiddling while Rome burned, he ordered slaves to transport ice at a run from the Apennine Mountains around 60 A.D., then had it mixed with honey and nuts to produce...
Before the Age of Foodism descended on us like manna from heavenbringing with it a concern for food excellence rather than just novelty (or so we hope)we were willing guinea pigs for a succession of food fads, many of them quite weird. Some, like Jell-O and Pringles Newfangled Potato Chips, were technology-driven. Others were the work of cagey capitalists trying to wring...
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