New Yorkers love ice cream and gelato—especially during the unforgiving summer months—and the artisans of the five boroughs have a long history of icing that desire with skill and ingenuity. From handmade ice cream to scientifically perfected gelato, from trucks that seem to stalk you mockingly all around the city to actual gelato laboratories, there's no corner of the cold, sweet science left unilluminated by the purveyors of New York's frozen treats!
Inventive and experimental ultra-premium ice cream shop. Handcrafted ice cream, sorbet and frozen yogurts with edgy flavors concocted in small batches.221 East Broadway (Clinton St)
The formerly mobile-only ice cream dream of Douglas Quint and Bryan Petroff brings their eclectic menu of soft serve ice cream to four walls, with the same inventive toppings, daily specials, and a full-on selection of sundaes, cones, and floats, as well as some of the best milks...125 East 7th Street
From the founder of Ciao Bella comes this wondeful laboratory of gelato, with a fantastic selection of interesting flavors. Try the chocolate hazelnut, green apple, Thai chili chocolate, mango, ... try them all! Flavors change constantly, so surprise yourself with some of the new...188 Ludlow St
Chinatown's original has been serving delicious homemade ice creams for years, both the standard flavors as well as fantastic Asian-themed flavors like taro. A must-visit on every Chinatown itinerary!65 Bayard St (Mott & Elizabeth Streets)
This is it...the one and only...the famous Lemon Ice King. Year after year, Lemon Ice King scores high in surveys and with kids too young to complete surveys for its satisfying and refreshing products. When in Corona, this is the place to go.5202 108th St
Old school ice cream parlor in Forest Hills. Huge sundaes, home-made whipped cream, classic egg creams and banana splits. If you are not local, well worth the trip. Grab the kids, take them out, and introduce them to a time before the internet, and tell them how difficult life wa...105-29 Metropolitan Ave
Spumoni Gardens was founded by Ludovico Barbati in 1939. L&B is now in it's 70th year of operation, and has been family owned and operated from the beginning.2725 86th Street