Flavors of the Day for Monday, February 27th, 2017 385 Flavors and counting...
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Rittenhouse
Rittenhouse
117 South 20th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19103
(215) 636-9250

Mon-Thurs 7:30am-11:30pm
Fri 7:30am- 1am
Sat 9am-1am
Sun 10am-11:30pm
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Ananas con Sage
Golden Pineapple with local Pineapple Sage.
Cappuccino
Made with La Colombe coffee. Only the best.
Chai Tea with Milk and Honey
Black tea, coriander, clove, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, tellicherry peppercorns with sweet wild flower honey and milk.
Champagne Mango
The only mangoes we use. A.K.A. ataulfo mangoes. A.K.A. the best mangoes ever!! Creamy, smooth, incredible!
Cioccolato
Cioccolato Scuro
Rich, black and serious.
Cioccolato Stracciatella
Chocolate with slivers of dark chocolate.
Cioccolato Zenzero
Cranberry and Heirloom Apple
Cranberry (NJ) and Heirloom Apple (Lancaster County)
Cucumber with Grey Goose Vodka
Clean, refreshing, cucumber sorbetto blended with Grey Goose Vodka.
Dulce De Leche
Our own decadent Argentine caramel swirled into Fior di Latte gelato.
Fico D'India (Red)
Cactus or prickly pears. Tastes like a watermelon.
Fior Di Latte
Milk gelato. Milk from an Amish family's single herd of hormone free, grass fed in Lancaster County. Crazy good.
Kiwi
Lemon
Classic lemon sorbetto. Tart and refreshing.
Lime with Cilantro
Tart limes with the interesting herb, cilantro. Our cilantro is from Landsdale, PA.
Malaga
Mandorla
Roasted almonds, blended smooth.
Mela - Gala
Sweet Gala apples from Lancaster County.
Noce Nero
Lancaster County Black Walnut gelato.
Pistacchio Siciliano
The very best pistacchios from Sicily. Not that horrific neon green kind, the amazing olive green kind.
Rosa
Stracciatella
Fior di latte with slivers of dark chocolate.
Sweet Potato With Pecan Praline
Lancaster County sweet potatoes swirled with pecan praline.
Thai Coconut Milk
Sweet smooth coconut gelato made with coconut milk from Thailand and a hint of coconut rum.
Turkish Coffee
Coffee gelato infused with cardamom. Rich and dark.
Zucca
Lancaster County Long Necked Pumpkins.
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