This, one of BA's classic heladerías (ice-cream parlors), was founded by the Italian Olivotti family in 1957 and gets busy with the post-theater crowds late into the night. Try the dulce de leche (milk caramel), mad…
Ask Bariloche residents who serves the best ice cream in Bariloche and most will reply with one word: ‘Jauja.’ Of the 60 or so flavors, there are usually a couple dozen in rotation at any given time.
Rapa Nui wears many hats and we love all of them. It's simultaneously a chocolate shop, an ice-cream parlor (with some of the best ice cream in Bariloche) and a bright and airy cafe. And if that weren't enough, ther…
Ice cream here comes from happy cows, they say. We can’t vouch for that, but anyone with a sweet tooth will be mooing contentedly at the optimism-filled decor, patio seating, and tasty cones, concoctions and fruit s…
With 11 branches around the city, Persicco is many porteños' ice-cream vendor of choice. The selection of flavors will leave you spoilt for choice – take our advice and order the dulce de leche (caramel).
Sample Argentina's fabulous Italian-style gelato at this upmarket ice-cream parlor. The sambayón (made with egg yolks, milk, cream, sugar and Marsala wine) is particularly good here.
Ice-cream parlors are all over Colón but this locally run place is the pick of the bunch for its delicious home-style flavors. Go early in your visit because you'll want to go back.
Excellent homemade ice cream made with flavors like lemon ginger and berry marscarpone, with fruit harvested from a local estancia and calafate bushes in town.
Branch of the upmarket ice-cream parlor serving Italian-style gelato. Be sure to try the dulce de leche (caramel).
Traditional-looking ice-cream parlor serving up classic gelato since 1947. Wide range of flavors and good espresso drinks as well.