At Gelato-go, Gelato is 100% customizable. “In Miami we have experimented with such ingredients as lavender, cherry basil and rosemary among many others for our custom signature flavors” D’addio says.
Gelato-go opened in 2013 after Mr. D’addio, Mr. Alvino and Mr. Arminio, childhood friends, decided to get together in Miami and bring to US “the Italian excellence”. They now have 3 shops located in South beach, Downtown Miami and Fort Lauderdale.
In 2014, Gelato-go decided to expand to a new ice cream line of business: Gelato delivery to restaurants. They started with a few small restaurants around South Beach and a few months later the business grew really fast.
“Gelato pints are placed in a cooler, so they will keep for an hour or two – this allow us to deliver the Gelato to the Chefs in perfect conditions”.
The Gelato is sold by the kilo (or by the pound) and it’s available in 30 different flavors such as Oreo, Chocolate, Vanilla, Dulce de Leche, Pistacchio di bronte, Nocciola del Piemonte, Cheesecake and a wide variety of sorbets, which are milk free. It is the perfect dessert and very price effective.
“We make our own Gelato base daily with fresh ingredients. Our secret is the meticulous search of the ingredients used in each of the recipes, imported from our homeland of Italy and from all over the world. We recently introduced also the “Flavor of the week” Mr D’addio says. “For people with kids, it’s actually a lot of fun, because they have no idea what flavor is coming that week. We have a lot of very excited kids waiting at the door when we finish producing the ice cream.”
The current restaurants using Gelato-go as their official Gelato provider are: Puntino, Pappa & Ciccia, Randazzo, Bella Luna, Carpaccio, Barceloneta, Kaory by Walter Martino, Cantina 27, Niu Kitchen, Pinch, The Ritz Carlton Fort Lauderdale, Ironside Pizza, Toscana Divino, Gol ristorante, Villa Castelli, Made in Italy and Dolci di Sicilia.
For additional information do not hesitate to call us at 561-427-3166.