We all know that Midtown is filled with some questionable soft serve ice cream trucks, who don’t much appreciate competition. But sometimes you feel like fresh regular ice cream, in good flavors, made with great quality ingredients, where you can chat with the owner who probably made the exact ice cream you’re eating a day or two before. Enter Itizy Ice Cream Truck who debuted last week to rave reviews. I stopped by to see if this is a good way to beat the heat.
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Lately we need as many ice cream trucks as we can get! And it sounds like a good one has just launched. The Itizy truck is upping the ante by actually making their ice cream and sorbets in New York City (most of the other trucks make them upstate). The flavors sound simple but delicious and range from Mint Stracciatella and Coffee Brownie ice creams to Blueberry Mojito and Strawberry Balsamic sorbets. I’m guessing based on their website that their flavors will rotate with the seasons. They also donate a free meal to a child in need with every five scoops of ice cream they sell. With this weather, that shouldn’t be too difficult. They’re tweeting their specific locations on Twitter, but the plan is to be in Midtown daily (the west side on Mon and Wed and the east side Tues, Thurs, and Fri). Early adopters, let us know how they stack up in the comments.