Too close to call: Mad Italian Gelato vs. Hotel Gelato



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WE ALL KNOW traffic jams, but the recent proliferation of gelaterias is to blame for Toronto’s latest affliction: the sidewalk jam.

We check in with two gelato rookies who have just opened up shop, one known for I’m-in-Rome authenticity, the other for otherworldly gelato and even better service.

Both import flavours direct from Italy, both make daily batches on site. But which scooper is most super? That’s up to you.

 

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