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Grom Upper West Side Closes: Is Serious Gelato A No-Go In My 'Hood?

New York Ed Levine 6 comments

The Grom on my corner (76th and Broadway) scooped its last gelato last night, November 25th. More

Staff Picks: Our Favorite Ice Creams in NYC

New York The Serious Eats Team 9 comments

As National Ice Cream Month draws to a close this week, we'd like to leave our readers with one last icy, creamy, and delicious gift. Here are the SE staffers' favorite ice creams in NYC (although some of us had a hard time deciding on just one). More

6 Ice Cream Sandwich Hacks

New York Erin Zimmer 14 comments

Our lives changed the day we decided to stick some gelato into a kouign amann from two great Soho spots a five minute walk away. It got us thinking: what other great sandwiches could we make around town? And who says an ice cream sandwich must be limited to cookie plus ice cream? More

Where to Get the Best Gelato in NYC

New York The Serious Eats Team 2 comments

To say we're gelato freaks at SE HQ is putting it lightly—and we know we're not alone. So where do we go when we want consistently amazing gelato in flavors that sing? Take a look at our favorites. More

NYC's Best Ice Cream Neighborhood: A West Village Ice Cream Crawl

New York Carey Jones 8 comments

We have a working theory at Serious Eats that the West Village is the best single neighborhood in New York for ice cream and gelato. Between the phenomenal gelaterie Grom and L'Arte, the crazy goat's milk soft-serve at Victory Garden, and unbelievable ice cream, gelato, and soft-serve on restaurants' dessert menus, the West Village would be our choice for an ice cream crawl that covers barely more than a few blocks—but gets you some of the best frozen treats in the city. More

Sugar Rush: Hot Chocolate Affogato at Grom

New York Kathy YL Chan Post a comment

No point in bothering with "normal" affogato when you can replace espresso with hot chocolate. More

Sugar Rush: September's Flavors of the Month

New York Kathy YL Chan 2 comments

Most gelaterias and ice cream shops in town have "flavors of the month." September this year just happens to be a exceptionally great month flavor-wise. But you only have until this Friday to try them all. So get to it! More

Ed's 10 Favorite Frozen Treats in New York City

New York Ed Levine 6 comments

After this long and arduous winter, we've finally had a few ice cream-worthy days. (Not that I have any problem eating ice cream in the cold. But you know what I'm saying, eaters.) In honor of the spring we have waited for so long, here are ten of my favorite frozen treats—from granitas and gelato to coffee malts and killer soft-serve. More

Fast Food International: Grom Gelato

New York Krista Garcia 6 comments

Editor's note: In "Fast Food International," Krista Garcia will take us around New York to the many international fast food chains that have landed in the five boroughs. She blogs at goodiesfirst.com. Country of origin: Italy Locations worldwide: 49 in... More

Sugar Rush: Espresso Frappé at Grom

New York Kathy YL Chan 1 comment

[Photo: Kathy YL Chan] L'arte del Gelato is my favorite shop for gelato in the city, but there is no denying that Grom turns out excellent frappés ($6.25) all summer long. Your choice of any gelato or sorbet blended... More

Who Makes New York's Best Ice Cream?

New York Carey Jones 14 comments

All the polls! The weather outside may be chilly, but as far as we're concerned, it's always time for ice cream. So today in the Serious Eats New York People's Choice Awards, we're asking you—who makes the city's best ice... More

What's Your Favorite Hot Chocolate In New York?

New York Carey Jones 16 comments

All the polls! Cold, rainy, windy, sleety, miserable—it's hot chocolate season in the city. And we're lucky to live in a place with dozens of throat-coating options. From the thick, festival-worthy hot chocolate with homemade marshmallows at City Bakery to... More

Sugar Rush: Yogurt, Uvetta, and Mandorla Gelato at Grom

New York Carey Jones 2 comments

"I would never think of pairing these three flavors together, but somehow it works." While all of the flavors on Grom's regular roster are outstanding, it's always nice to mix things up. The featured flavor for May at this venerable... More

12 Days of Hot Chocolate: Grom

New York Erin Zimmer 8 comments

Editor's note: For the next twelve weekdays until Christmas, we'll have a hot chocolate report for you. 'Tis the season. Today, we start with the gelateria Grom. Price: $5.00 for a regular (12 ounces), $6.50 for a large (16 ounces),... More

Pistachio Gelato Smackdown: Grom vs. L'Arte del Gelato

New York Zach Brooks 10 comments

Robyn Lee and Kathy Chan dig L'Arte. I prefer Grom, even despite its exorbitant prices. Which do you like more? More

Hot Chocolate: the Ultimate Shopper's Respite

New York Ed Levine 2 comments

When and if you go shopping on the Upper West Side today consider the following hot chocolate pitstops. Jacques Torres (Amsterdam between 73rd and 74th): No surprises here. The man knows how to make a serious cup of hot chocolate.... More

The Ice Wars: Grom vs. Beard Papa

New York Ed Levine 2 comments

I live a block away from the delicious intersection of Grom Street and Beard Papa Avenue on the Upper West Side. Ever since Grom opened its doors, dispensing costly but delicious gelati and sorbetti, I have felt sorry for the... More

Grom Gelato: The New Drug

Ed Levine 18 comments

On Wednesday Serious Eater Lia posted about Grom, an Italian gelateria concern opening its first U.S. store on Saturday the 5th of May. What Lia didn't tell all of you is that Grom is a mere 50 yards from my house. When I left my house at 10:30 on Saturday morning there was already a short line to get into Grom, which was opening at 11. When I returned five hours later, the line was longer—much longer, a full city block long in fact. I noticed a friend, Mindy, standing with her significant other midway through the line. I asked her how long she had been waiting in line: 45 minutes, she said. "The gelato is free," Mindy said.... More

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