78 East 1st Ave., Vancouver BC, Canada
The recipe used at Mario's Gelati dates back to Italy in 1929. Since then, the company's frozen desserts, which total over 500 items, have been distributed around the world, but its specialty gelatos, sorbettos, frozen yogurts, and novelties can still be found at its shop situated just outside of the Olympic Village.
Stop in for a delectable cool treat and taste what readers voted as the Best Ice-Cream/Gelato/Frozen Yogurt in the Georgia Straight's Golden Plates Awards.
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