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Dolce Neve
Ice Cream Shop
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1713 S 1st St Austin, TX 78704
1713 South 1st StreetUSTexasAustin78704
Ice Cream ShopToday 11AM–12AM
Saturday 11AM–12AMSunday 11AM–10PMMonday ClosedTuesday 11AM–10PMWednesday 11AM–10PMThursday 11AM–10PMFriday 11AM–12AM
Artisanal gelato, made with local, organic ingredients.
Italian espresso beverages, made with organic fair trade coffee beans, roasted in Austin
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Busy gelato shop whipping up various inventive flavors of ice cream in a pint-sized setting.- Google
"And I particularly recommend the chocolate cookie for your ice cream sandwich."
"The Salted caramel was the bomb."
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Zuzana B
2 months ago
This place is our favorite gelato in Austin. There's always a great variety of flavors, always having some of the traditional and some new (experimental as I call them) flavors to choose from. This gelato tastes creamy but still light and refreshing in any weather. They serve now also ice cream sandwiches and chocolate covered popsicles that look very tempting. The espresso is velvety! Besides, the ambient is very relaxing, simple decoration with lots of natural light, indoor and outdoor seating (parking in the back). This place looks a little shy on the outside and is slightly hidden on that street, so drive slow so you don't miss it.
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Evan Trimble
3 months ago
Dolce Neve is the best! They make wonderful gelato, sorbet, granita, and ice cream sandwiches. The latter, in particular, are better than I've had anywhere else. And I particularly recommend the chocolate cookie for your ice cream sandwich. If you come during the summer, be sure to try a granita. The chocolate, lemon, and coffee flavors are particularly good, other fruit flavors can be hit or miss. If you like whip cream--and you will with granita--ask for it "Italian style", which gets you whip cream on top and bottom. The gelato flavors rotate with the seasons, though there are some standbys that I love: tiramisu, 70% chocolate, and whiskey pecan, are all delightful. If you like a little cheese in your ice cream, they frequently have a goat cheese and fruit gelato--the fruit rotates seasonally--and they're usually excellent. If you come during the day, you're likely to get to see them making the gelato and meet one of the owners, who are super sweet and friendly. The woman even went to gelato university in Genoa! Who knew there was gelato university. Along with Amy's--a totally different style of ice cream--this is the tastiest ice cream in Austin.
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Giacomo Iacoangeli
2 months ago
Best gelato in Texas...and I mean gelato...less than half the fat but double the flavour of ice cream.
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Jennifer Lee
a month ago
Cute, little ice cream shop next to an art gallery. More of a to-go place since they only have a couple of small tables.
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John Smith
2 months ago
When something tastes really good and has a strong but developed flavor, I get a certain awesome food sensation that I just have to verbally describe. The Salted caramel was the bomb. Tiramisu was legit. Dolce Neve rocks my socks. Great customer service, and while it's busy, they aren't pushy and are willing to let you try several flavors and await your decision. And it's busy rightfully so! Yet still somehow, the locale has a very quaint old-house ambiance, which goes nicely with the creamy ice cream / gelato. I won't forget you, Dolce Neve...
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Ruby Kissoyan
4 months ago
If you know anyone who's never had gelato before, I wouldn't hesitate to bring them here, but there are a few things to note before making your visit... 1) Parking is tight and can be awkward in the parking lot. I'd suggest parking elsewhere and walking. Overall, stress levels will stay low if you come here with this in mind. 2) Try some of their suggested flavors even if they don't sound like your typical ice cream flavors. The ricotta pistachio gelato is seriously to DIE for. I would take a bullet for this flavor any day.
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Mark Tjaden
2 weeks ago
Seriously delicious. I had the Pistachio and it truly tastes like pistachio. Blowing my mind.
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Nicolas Letolle
2 months ago
My favorite place for ice cream. Owned by an Italian family and producing authentic gelato.


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