It's like 5 bucks for about 3 ounces of ice cream. And the place kind of smells like rancid chemicals or something. Not toxic or overwhelming, but the air doesn't seem like clean indoor air. It was really stuffy like they don't have AC. All the gelato and sorbets look enticing behind the glass case, but after that it's downhill. They have cute and imaginative names and flavors, too. And the staff was friendly enough. But there was a lady standing around reading a magazine and kind of monitoring the workers and customers. She probably was the owner or something. But it was weird. The ice cream was bland. I had vanilla and "Chocolate Elvis" and I could taste ZERO vanilla. And the chocolate Elvis? Well, even Elvis went through the bloated lounge act period. Maybe this is named for that Elvis. And the spoons were tiny! The kind of spoons other places use for samples. But these were the actual spoons! Perhaps it was to make the meager portions look bigger. Lastly, we sat outside at one of two benches, and when we finished, there was no trash bin for the customers. Maybe that's green and all, but it sure is inconvenient. I don't like to write negative reviews, and we love to support neighborhood places, but this was too expensive and really not very good.
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