Palace of Cold: Gelato in Rome

The oldest and largest ice-cream parlour in Italy is situated in Rome, at number 65 to 67 of Via Principe Eugenio.The Fassi business dates back to 1880, when it appears as commercial premises authorized to sellice and serve beer. Founder of the four-generation ice-cream making dynasty was Giacomo, who opened a small parlour in Rome at Via delle Quattro Fontane, near Piazza Barberini.

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3 thoughts on “Palace of Cold: Gelato in Rome

  1. The most awesome gelato I had was meringue. It was like whipped cream ice cream, with little clouds in it.

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