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On Second Avenue: Più Gelato, Per Favore! - The Local East Village Blog - NYTimes.com


On Second Avenue: Più Gelato, Per Favore!


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Coming SoonScott Lynch
UntitledStephen Rex Brown Gelato Ti Amo, prior to its opening.

So what’s with the symbol that popped up in the window of 136 Second Avenue, near Ninth Street, recently? Is that a frothy head of steamed milk, indicating a new coffee bar on the horizon? Is it a scallop, meaning a seafood spot?

Neither. A construction worker told The Local that a gelato joint is bound for the space, a mere five blocks north of Gelato Ti Amo, which opened in the last week. (And, it should be noted, a block from where Timi’s Gelateria Classica quickly went out of business.)

Anyone recognize the logo?