Former Red Trolley was purchased by the owner of Parisi and Firenze a Tavola, other Northwest Denver staples. We were big fans of Red Trolley, and were not nearly as impressed with the level of friendliness and tastiness of the gelato. The new restaurant is called Sputino, and means little snack in Italian. It seems their focus is a bit more on food and coffee, although they still offer gelato with the addition of fancy/fresh popsicle flavors.
Oh hello beautiful. Just look at this video:
Amore Gelato's location on the 16th Street Mall.
Visible in the front window are the following items made with painted glass (or is it white stickers?):
That spoon is simply too small for his oversized mouth!
Located in Lionshead, Rimini Gelato serves up some decadent gelato (for a price you would expect in Vail). The peanut butter was extremely rich and flavorful (our favorite!), while java mint chip also provided some tasty mint flavor and dark chocolate goodness.
The inside of the cafe reminds one of historic coffee bars in Europe, and there are some nice tables outside looking out onto a bit of a town square. Despite $6.50 for a double scoop, this place is worth a visit to try some quality gelato.
Located in the I-wish-I-were Bavaria blocks of Lionshead, this cute coffee and gelato shop serves up a decadent treat. It's a perfect location for sitting outside and people-watching or snuggling up inside on a snowy day.