Admittedly it's one of the first worldlier or first world problems, but the recent spate of burst pipes had me hoofing it to Bartlett for my little dog's acupuncture appointment.
And that is how I came upon Gelato Cafe.
The restaurant offers a number of Italian sandwiches, including the Di Venezia with turkey and provoline with pesto sauce and the Napoletano with mortadella, salami, pastrami, and provolone.
Gelato Cafe offers gelatos (made exclusively for the store) ranging from coconut and pistachio to creme caramel and hazelnut. Sorbettos include mixed berry, mango, pineapple, and strawberry.
I got the questionable combo of coconut and coffee gelatos ($2.95 for small), but both were excellent. The coffee wasn't overly sweet, and I really liked the bits of coconut meat in the coconut gelato.
The gelatos and sorbettos are available for take-out in 1/2 liters for $8.99 and 1 liter for $17.99.