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458 Ocean Dr.
Miami Beach, FL 33139
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Just 'cause a spot says it sells gelato, doesn't mean it's the real-deal. But at South Beach's Gelato-Go, the frozen treats are as authentic as they come. Their Italian-born gelato maker cooks up his concoctions with fresh fruits, low-fat milk and cream and no powdered nonsense or artificial stabilizers. Try their Roma (chocolate, coconut and cream), their Venezia (chocolate, hazelnut and whipped cream) or their Padova (Nutella, hazelnut and Kinder). Cups and cones come in small ($4.40), medium ($5.40) and large ($6.40). It's the perfect, guilt-minimizing summer treat.

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