The Inside Scoop on Rome's Gelato

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A cone topped with marron glacé (candied chestnut) and vanilla gelato from Ciampini.
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Gelato canisters behind the bar at Ciampini.
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Beat the queue at the counter by grabbing one of Ciampini's outdoor tables—just be prepared to pay about double the price for table service.
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Baklava and vanilla-blueberry gelato at Fatamorgana.
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Peanut butter gelato and chocolate gelato at Fior di Luna in Trastevere.
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Canisters of fresh-fruit flavors at Gelateria Ara Coeli.
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A cup of orange with toasted almonds, and meringue with pistachio's at Gelateria dei Gracchi.
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Bonbons, a house speciality at Gelateria dei Gracchi.
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Canisters of creamy gelati at Gelateria dei Gracchi.
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Sour cherry and dark chocolate with Nero d'Avola wine at Gelateria del Teatro.
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Family-run Gelateria Ara Coeli, off Piazza Venezia.
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Ordering at Gelateria Ara Coeli.
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Mango, cantaloupe, and strawberry gelato at Gelateria Ara Coeli.
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Brioche—for filling with gelato—at Ciuri Ciuri, a Sicilian gelateria in Rome's Monti neighborhood.
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The original ice cream sandwich: Brioche stuffed with tiramisu and dark-chocolate gelato at Ciuri Ciuri.
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