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LA Times – By Jenn Harris – View Online Bulgarini Gelato, the Italian gelato and sorbetto store with locations in Altadena and Culver City, is now serving scoops at a cart at the Grand Central Market. It’s one of the latest additions to contribute to the revamp of the growing food arcade. Bulgarini, which landed at...
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Los Angeles Times – View Online 93. Bulgarini Gelato The foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains are home to some of the best ice cream in California, including the all-American Main Street creaminess of Mother Moo in Sierra Madre and the farmers market freshness of the original Carmela. But even the glories of Mother Moo’s...
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Bon Appetit Magazine – View Online THE BENCHMARK: Putnam and Rudicel are fans of Bulgarini Gelato, and Shuldiner stops here on all his informal food tours. Prices are high, but owner Leo Bulgarini’s seasonal Italian ices, made with local fruit, are utterly transporting.
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LA Times – JUNE 14, 2012 |  3:03 PM – View Online When you find yourself in the upper reaches of Altadena, strolling through Millard Canyon perhaps, or returning from the splendid Wednesday afternoon Altadena farmers market, it will probably occur to you that you are within striking distance of Bulgarini Gelato, a tiny shop that...
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Original Article   Bulgarini Gelato, a modest shop tucked inside the alley way of a strip mall in Altadena, CA, may be the reason I never eat store-bought ice cream again. The gelato from this hole-in-the-wall store blew me away. Husband-and-wife team Leo Bulgarini and Eliabeth Foldi select the finest ingredients from around the world for...
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LA Weekly – View Online Delicieuse, known for its goat’s milk ice cream, is closing, but that doesn’t mean Los Angeles isn’t full of fantastic ice cream and gelato shops. In fact, we’re chock-a-block with delicious frozen treats. Here are ten of our favorites. 1. Bulgarini: There’s a reason Bulgarini Gelato is a perennial topper...
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LA Weekly – View Online Some people check the weather report before they go to the beach. I have been known to check the Italian soccer results before I drive up to Bulgarini. If AS Roma has just dropped a match to Juventus, the mood of gelato master Leo Bulgarini is likely to be as...
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Pasadena Star News – View Online EARLY this month the Wall Street Journal splashed across the features section front of its weekend edition its version of a hoary newspaper summertime staple – a hot-months focus on the joys of eating ice cream. Being a fancier-than-thou rag owned by that noted gourmand Rupert Murdoch, though, this...
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The Wall Street Journal – View Online In pursuit of the ultimate in cold, creamy, silky, slushy goodness across the island of Sicily. La vita doesn’t get more dolce than this. By JOE RAY July 9, 2011 Shortly after I pull into Cerda, a small Sicilian town made semifamous by its yearly artichoke festival, Antonio...
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LA Weekly – View Online There’s a reason Bulgarini Gelato is a perennial topper on Best Gelato lists, our own and others. While other gelaterias do a superb job of capturing the essence of a particular flavor, Bulgarini somehow captures the flavor itself. Nowhere is this more true than their pistachio gelato. Since opening their...
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