Fresh home made Gelato and Italian Ice. We make gelato pies, pops, espresso, popcorn & cookies.
Homemade, traditional Gelato served fresh daily! Wide selection of Gelato
In addition to our great Gelato & Italian Ice, we have an assortment of Gelato Pops and Cakes available for your enjoyment.
Homemade, fresh Italian Ice, smooth and creamy!
We create a number of different treats from baked goods, milkshakes to sundaes! You will love our Donuts in Gelato and our amazing Gelato filled Cannolis!
Our goal is to provide fresh, great tasting Gelato and Italian Ice for you! We strive to bring you traditional Gelato flavors as well as new and interesting flavors of Gelato, using only the best ingredients.
We wanted to bring great Gelato and Italian Ice available in our area. We felt like we could provide a better tasting Gelato and Italian ice than what was available. We always make great fresh food and treats. We wanted to make them available for your enjoyment. That's how Nonno's Gelato and Italian Ice was born.
Veteran Owned & Operated
What's the difference between Gelato & Ice Cream?Creaminess: Gelato is creamier, smoother and silkier, as well as denser and more elastic and fluid, than American ice cream.
Ingredients: While both gelato and ice cream contain cream, milk and sugar, authentic gelato uses more milk and less cream than ice cream and generally doesn’t use egg yolks, which are a common ingredient in ice cream.
Butterfat, air and flavor: Ice cream contains at least 10 percent butterfat and usually has between 14 and 25 percent. Meanwhile, Italian gelato includes only about 4 to 9 percent fat. Yet gelato also contains less air than American ice cream — that helps keep it dense, fluid and creamy. And having less butterfat to coat your palate allows the flavors to emerge more.
Temperature: Another flavor enhancer: Italian gelato is served about 10 to 15 degrees warmer than American ice cream, at about 7 to 12 degrees Fahrenheit, so your mouth is less numb and better able to taste it.
Serving style: Authentic Italian gelato isn’t scooped, it’s served with a spade. Dig it?