Artisanal Creamery makes beautiful ice creams and sorbets: tangy, refreshing lemon and superrich vanilla and chocolate, among others, Glendale is hungry reports. They’re all perfectly fine on their own, but even better scooped into a warm brioche roll; “let it melt a bit so that it soaks into the bread,” Glendale advises. “Wow!”
Fans have compiled a long list of favorite flavors, including hazelnut, mango, coffee, tiramisu, dulce de leche, strawberry cheesecake, and mocha almond fudge. Prices are reasonable, daffyduck says, and you can sample four flavors by buying just two scoops.
Glendale, the sleepy Queens neighborhood best known to many New Yorkers for its vast cemeteries, is no hotbed of Chowhound passion (though there have been occasional exceptions). As Glendale is hungry sees it, Artisanal Creamery is “the one truly great food place that Glendale has—and it’s a doozy.” It closes for the off-season sometime next month, so go soon or wait till next year.
Artisanal Creamery [Glendale]
66-40 Myrtle Avenue (near 66th Place), Glendale, Queens
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