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The Buzz About 365Scoops

What People Are Saying:

“That cake was absolutely insane. It was like the best friggin’ cake I have ever had in my entire life!  It was totally, totally ridiculous. That cake was really something not normal! I didn’t want it to end. I had cutting duty, so I cut everyone small pieces so I’d have leftovers. Thank you so much.” – J.P. New York City

Thank you very much for the 365scoops ice cream and gelato. My whole family, including my grandma (who is quite critical), loved both flavors and thought they were “DELICIOUS!”. A few of my cousins came over this weekend and were very excited to hear that we had 365scoops in our freezer…It’s been a hit with everyone! We will definitely recommend your frozen treats to friends and family and will be ordering more soon! – A.M. New York City

I want you to know how amazing that cake was. It was perfection in your mouth, rich, and creamy and the toasted marshmallows were still gooey on the inside! You really have a talent, I hope that I get to continue to enjoy from it! 
Thanks again for making our son’s birthday delicious! – M.P. New York City
365Scoops In The Press:

Scoop On Cones

Scooponcones.com is a guide to the great ice cream of New York City. It’s made by ice cream lovers, for ice cream lovers. The goal is to introduce locals and visitors to great ice cream and frozen desserts right around the corner. We focus on local and independent businesses, not the big chains. We are on the hunt for delicious ice cream, fun atmosphere and exciting flavors.

Jew and the Carrot

The Jew and the Carrot, on Forward.com, is a new space online to discuss the breadth of the Jewish food world, including news, recipes, cookbook reviews, interviews with Jewish foodies, discussion of issues, and unique coverage for the Jewish holidays. Its editors and writers hope to inspire you to love food as much as they do.

My Upper West

MyUpperWest is dedicated to all things on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. MyUpperWest aims to bring the myriad of events and happenings in and around the neighborhood to one place.


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