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Scoops of gelato from Gelato Boy

Five Gelato Scoops to Try This Weekend

For when ice cream just won’t do

Gelato Boy opened this year at Zeppelin Station
| Adam Larkey/Eater

Gelato Boy

This Denver sister spot to Boulder’s Fior di Latte recently opened in Zeppelin Station. Creamy gelato is served in flavors like mascarpone orange blossom, vanilla lavender, and vegan midnight chocolate. Tip: The vegan flavors are just as rich and creamy as the ones made from dairy.


After opening its second Colorado location in LoHi, There has continued to draw regulars with its high-energy staff and neighborhood feel. So when the space expanded and added a gelato counter, locals were even more delighted. House-made scoops come in flavors like chai and oatmeal cookie.

Amore Gelato

Located downtown, Amore Gelato brings several unique flavors to the 16th street mall. A great way to spend the evening strolling is with a cone of salted Oreo gelato or a mix of sorbettos for something a little more refreshing on a hot summer day.


Glacier opened its first ice cream and gelato shop back in 2013 and has since expanded into three locations around Denver. At the Lowry, Englewood, and Greenwood Village shops, find gelato flavors such as salted Spanish caramel and vanilla stracciatella.


Although this Highland restaurant is known for Italian dinner fare, it’s never a bad idea to stop by for cocktails and dessert. The gelato comes in cool options such as olive oil, chocolate caramel sea salt, Oreo, vanilla, and rotating flavors of the day. Go for the tasting trio or an affogato.

Zeppelin Station

3501 Wazee Street, , CO 80216 Visit Website


3254 Navajo Street, , CO 80211 (720) 500-3254 Visit Website


2639 West 32nd Avenue, , CO 80211 (303) 433-0949 Visit Website
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