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  • 60 University Pl, New York NY10003 40.73298 -73.993991
  • (At 10th St)
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  • (212) 253-5599
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User Ratings (Based on 5 reviews)

Food 3.8 Value 2.5
Service 3.3 Atmosphere 3.8

Other Restaurant Info

(212) 253-5599
Place Order:
Order From Amorino for delivery & takeout
Major Credit Cards
Mon-Thu: 8am-12am Fri: 8am-1am Sat: 11am-1am Sun: 11am-12am
Accepts Credit Cards, Delivery, Online Ordering, Outdoor Seating, Take Out, Wheelchair Accessible
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User Reviews

  • Amorino

    Posted by Alma Lizette on 06/04/2013

    No joke- THE BEST

    I am in love w amorino's. Get the mango sorbet and the one with cherries..amarena, I think

  • Amorino

    Posted by vasian25 on 05/29/2012

    Ice cream art

    For about $5-7, you can get as many ice cream flavors of your choice on wafer cones or cups. It's cool to see ice cream sculpted into a flower petals. I had combination of mango in the middle and vanilla as the petals. The chocolate is very rich! Lick away!

  • Amorino

    Posted by Gael on 07/24/2011

    Great Italian Ice Cream Place!

    A beautiful atmosphere of an Italian Gelato (Ice Cream Place) It's authentic and well kept. We love the vibe and the kind service of everyone there, from the nice owner to the rest of the crew! It is a fantastic dessert spot to compliment a romantic dinner. Do not let negative online weirdoes tell you otherwise! My favorite: Pistachio and Chocolate!

  • Amorino

    Posted by anonymous on 07/21/2011

    in a word...AMAZING

    The flavors are spectacular and the eggs used are organic...all the ingredients are whole foods with REAL fruit from different parts of the world where that fruit is at its prime.

  • Amorino

    Posted by Icarus on 06/18/2011

    In a word, NO!

    I appreciate the rose-shaped servings aesthetically, but they melt too quickly, and for $6 or $7 for a cone, it's obviously less ice cream than a scoop. I don't really go to an ice cream shop for decor, so I don't care that it's kind of posh inside. I'm getting a product and leaving with it. I also lived in Italy and enjoyed semi freddo ( literally means half cold), which is the consistency you expect in gelato; basically tempered. Amorino's is rock hard, so it isn't an Italian model of gelato. Maybe it's a French one, but ultimately it's too expensive. And I wish the servers would wear gloves. I didn't really feature their having had their bare hands on the cone. If the gelato were as good as you get in a Roman or Florentine gelateria, I might pay what they charge, but it isn't...not by any stretch of the imagination.

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