This quaint Mid-City sweets shop features traditional Sicilian sherberts, ice creams, pastries and candies. The cannoli and ... More
This quaint Mid-City sweets shop features traditional Sicilian sherberts, ice creams, pastries and candies. The cannoli and lemon-strawberry ices are the local favorites. These treats are a true Italian delicacy. The Angelo Brocato's shop and its fare recall a day when Italian immigrants were the reigning people of the Vieux Carre. This is the perfect after dinner dessert stop. Don't wait too late though, this place closes at 10p.
In town to Brocato's for the first time since Hurricane Katrina. Realized what we had been missing. It truly is a little bit of Sicily in New Orleans. Ice CReam, canolas like no where else around. Glad to see they are back.
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