I had this on my radar but didn’t know if we could make it there. We picked a dinner spot that was right down the street. I looked up and figured it was fate saying “get in here and eat some gelato!!!” My husband and...More
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Angelo Brocato wasn't known best for ice cream by my family but for some of the best tasting pastries in the neighborhoods. Sundays were for stopping at the McShane Place store for a dozen of the best cannolis in the world and the tastiest glazed...More
If you're looking for a traditional (and they don't get more traditional here being in business for over 100 years now!!) then Angelo Brocato's is the place to go. They had traditional Italian pastry as well as gelatos and other types of ice-creams and cakes....More
From the ices to the napoleons you can’t go wrong here. If there is a line, it’s worth waiting for! Cannolis made fresh when you order, delicious gelato and pastries. The only thing I wouldn’t recommend are the bagged Italian cookies, but I don’t like...More
Worth the vig for the uber ride here..love the atmosphere mostly locals here. Most excellent bakery ...get a Swan party, the canolli, and the Italian ice was the best I have had in recent memory. Great cappuccino; excellent value
I literally ran three miles from downtown to try this place. I had an éclair and spumoni and both were excellent. It was definitely worth the 6 miles roundtrip of running, although I don’t believe that would burn off even half of the calories. There...More
This is my favorite dessert shop in the city. Their desserts are traditional Italian pastries and ice cream. The cannolis and gelato are the best things in the shop. Their prices are very reasonable and affordable. Most people go to Sucre or Cafe du Monde...More
We knew this delightful shop when it was in the French Quarter on Urseline St. It had a double entrance, one for men, one for women. The current location is still faithful to creating traditional Italian pastries, most notably cannoli. The shells are made on...More
True Italian pastries as one would expect. If the line waiting to order isn't outside the door, go for it! Cannolis and almond crescents are killer.
Don't go if you are in a hurry..there is always a line waiting to get in but it's worth the wait. The pastries are always fresh and even the coffee is great.