Angelo Brocato Ice Cream


214 N Carrollton Ave
New Orleans, LA 70119 Mid City Rate and review
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The shelves at Angelo Brocato's homey Mid-City location burst with more than a dozen varieties of baked Italian treats. Ice cream coolers fill up most of the remaining space. Ceiling fans, iron chairs and tables with marble tops complete the store's old-time feel.

Brocato's packs a lot of sugar into its sweet little space. Crush your craving with an extensive selection of ice creams--nearly 31 flavors, from chocolate to spumoni. Or try fruit ices made with fresh raspberries, peaches and other seasonal fruits; they're lighter than ice cream, but more substantial than a snowball. Of course, for many, the pastries are the star at this family business. It's hard to choose from among Napoleons, eclairs, tiramisu and cannoli. Go with a group and order one of each.

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