Miami is a hotbed for frozen treats. Walk through any touristy part of town, and you're likely to encounter all manner of fro-yo and ice cream. Just because you want to indulge in something cool and creamy doesn't mean you should settle for anything less than freshly made and organic gelato. Federico Di Franco's family has been making the Italian version of ice cream for years. The gelato maestro brought his family recipe from Milan to Coconut Grove. And just like back in Italy, DiFranco uses only organic ingredients — antibiotic-free milk, local fruit, Italian nuts, and Belgian chocolate. Bianco Gelato also has dairy-free gelatos and granitas for vegans and the lactose-intolerant; delicious and exotic flavors include pineapple-mint and pistachio. With prices ranging from $5 for a piccolo (small) to $7 for a grande (large), it's a tiny trip to Italy with a price tag you can afford.