From the left: apricot, “fruit salad,” banana, melon, and fig. It’s all called “gelato,” but the quantity of dairy greatly varies, depending on the flavor and gelateria. Fruit flavors tend to have less milk, and the flavors we tried had little or none; they seemed to be, essentially, sorbets or cremolatas.
From the left: fig, peach, pear, prickly pear. Beyond are some non-fruit flavors. Carabé is well-respected for their nut flavors.
Via Ricasoli, 60R
50122 Firenze, Italy
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Carabé is just a block or two south of the Galleria dell’Accademia, home of Michelangelo’s David. Sitting in front is Sue’s David, i.e., her brother.
BEST THING TO EAT: Fig gelato