Holy Gelato

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Details
1392 9th Ave (btwn Judah & Irving St)
San Francisco, CA 94122
(415) 681-3061
Ice Cream, Tea Room
$
Hours
Mon–Sun: 1:00 PM–11:00 PM

Foursquare Tips

  • When you go, try these flavors: Condoleezza Rice Pudding, Tarmack, Honey Lavender. Then take your time perusing all the tea-related paraphernalia.
  • WHAT?! Goat cheese ice cream! OMG. honestly mind blowing. a must try! such phenominal flavor options!
  • Get the cookie monter's dream. So good!
  • 12 Vegan flavors!
  • Goat cheese gelato is like a delicious goat cheesecake! Thai tea is the best!
  • Charlie Brown's nightmare shake = the tits. Treat yo'self
  • Amazing selection of vegan ice "creams" - can't go wrong with Irish morning!
  • 1 scoop goat cheese, 1 scoop honey lavender: yum. Also the cinnamon tastes JUST like cinnamon toast crunch.
  • Don't miss trying the sea salt caramel gelato!! And the big cookies are good too.
  • Favorite gelato in town! Try the goat cheese with strawberry or the lavender with vanilla bean and dark chocolate.
  • And their's is pretty damn good too***** had to correct my spelling error -___-
  • Honey Lavendar!!!
  • The vegan Irish Morning (chocolate, whiskey, oreo) gelato is what makes life worth living.
  • Try the best gelato in Inner Sunset. www.enrout.com
  • a place that u & a vegan friend can enjoy together without sacrificing each other's dietary desires!
  • The best combination is the Dark Chocolate and Honey Lavender, but all the options are great and the gelato always fresh.
  • Vegan ice cream! The sea salt chocolate flavour is seriously one of the best desserts I've had in my life. They always carry 12 vegan flavours! Grab a large cone and off to Golden Gate Park with you.
  • Best vegan gelato I've ever had hands down. Highly recommend the Irish morning
  • The "gifts" located within this place are the most bizarre, time-warp, random crap I've ever encountered.
  • Holy Gelato is doing dairy teetotalers right by giving out options, because one vegan choice is just tokenism. That said, who needs so many to choose from when Thai tea is on the menu?