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Big Gay Ice Cream Revamps Their Menu, Adds New Items

Sweets Niko Triantafillou 4 comments

You would think with all their success, they would be hesitant to change anything—"if it ain't broke don't fix it!"—but rather than rest on their laurels, Big Gay has made a number of changes to their product line including a host of brand new toppings and flavors. More

Big Gay Ice Cream's New Soft Serve is Awesome

Sweets Max Falkowitz 2 comments

It's hard not to love Big Gay Ice Cream, the only ice cream business I know of with a unicorn as its mascot and a novelty cone called a Salty Pimp. But their new soft serve from Ronnybrook dairy is a new level of delicious. More

First Look: Pastries at The Big Gay Ice Cream Shop, New York

Sweets Carrie Vasios Mullins 7 comments

When Big Gay Ice Cream owners Douglas Quint and Bryan Petroff decided they'd like to expand their West Village shop's offerings to include pastries, they knew who to turn to: La Newyorkina, and their friend, Fany Gerson. The result? A unique menu including guava and cream cheese empanadas, a dulce de leche and almond doughnut, and more. More

We Chat With: Doug Quint of Big Gay Ice Cream

New York Jacqueline Raposo 10 comments

Doug Quint is just fun. New Yorkers have known this since the beginning, when the Big Gay Ice Cream Truck was getting press coverage even before it rolled out onto the streets in 2009. Since then Quint and partner Bryan Petroff have kept their signature style—soft serve ice cream piled with inventive toppings and served with a smile—true and consistent as their business expanded to an East Village storefront and a national presence. More

Big Gay Ice Cream Will Open East Village Space Mid-June

New York Erin Zimmer 20 comments

Pretty soon you won't have to follow the Big Gay Ice Cream truck's tweets for their rolling whereabouts (though, you should, since their tweets are usually pretty entertaining). In mid-June, Bryan Petroff and Doug Quint will open a brick-and-mortar shop on the East 7th Street block between First Avenue and Avenue A, what's already been nicknamed one of the tastiest blocks in the city. More

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