Nightcap: That’s Amore Gelato

An Italian family moved to Arizona and opened That’s Amore Gelato in Scottsdale. They ship products direct from Italy so you can enjoy 45 different flavors of true Italian gelato. If you like to have a nightcap after dinner, they also serve Italian espresso, tea and pastries. Owner Cristina Marrazzo explains why she’s not just dishing out delicious gelato, she’s also serving up smiles.

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Neighborhood: Pinnacle Peak

Restaurant address: 7605 E Pinnacle Peak Rd, Scottsdale, AZ

Phone number: (480) 419-6280

Website: www.thatsamoregelato.com/

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