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Bulgarini Gelato Artigianale – Altadena

Let’s take a little departure from frozen yogurt for a bit. A few years ago when I first read Jonathan Gold’s mention of Bulgarini Gelato Artigianale in LA Weekly, I mentally added it to my “to-try” list. After all, how much more authentic can you get than a gelato-maker who hails from Rome? But it […]

So Long, and Thanks for All the Fish

Just another perfect day LA Weekly – By JONATHAN GOLD – VIEW ONLINE Wednesday, October 3, 2007 – 12:00 pm It is still dark when I wake up, and I pad down the stairs to put together one last breakfast of biscuits, eggs and juice before the rest of the family gets out of bed. […]

Gelato and a movie

LA Times – Posted by Amy Scattergood on 12:04 PM, Aug 8 2007 – VIEW ONLINE Driving up the San Gabriel foothills into Altadena for a fix of Bulgarini Gelato has been well worth the trek since the outpost opened in April. And now you can pull up a folding chair and stay awhile: Owners […]

Gelato: It’s not Italian for Jell-O

By Felisa Billet, Special for USA TODAY – VIEW ONLINE Traditional ice cream may be in for a licking. Or at least a little healthy competition. With summer upon us, more Americans are turning to gelato as the newest form of cool — not only in culinary-hip Los Angeles and New York but also in […]

Dining 99 Essential Restaurants: The Metropolitan Palate

LA Weekly – By JONATHAN GOLD – VIEW ONLINE Wednesday, June 20, 2007 – 12:00 pm Los Angeles is thick with skilled gelato makers at the moment — Tai Kim at Scoops, Allessandro Fontana at Gelato Bar, and the artisans at Pazzo Gelato. But Bulgarini, the love child of Roman expat Leo Bulgarini and his […]

It’s crazy good!

Local artisans are giving gelato and ice cream the VIP treatment. French macaron ice cream sandwiches? In this town, everything’s possible. Los Angeles Times – Los Angeles, Calif. Author: Amy Scattergood Date: Apr 11, 2007 Section: Food; Part F; Features Desk Document – VIEW ONLINE LEO BULGARINI is a little obsessed with gelato. The Rome-born […]

Want the finest? Here’s the scoop

Los Angeles Times – Los Angeles, Calif. Author: Amy Scattergood, Susan LaTempa Date: Apr 11, 2007 – View Online HERE’S a selection of our favorite places in Los Angeles and Orange counties for the best artisanal gelato and the finest house- made European- or American-style ice cream. Bulgarini. Leo Bulgarini’s and Elizabeth Foldi’s new Altadena gelateria […]

Take a taste from L.A. TO New York

USA Today – View Online These gelaterias make small batches with premium ingredients: –Bulgarini, Pasadena, Calif. Highlights include Valrhona chocolate-rum and zabaglione made with marsala from Sicily. 626-441-2319; bulgarinigelato.com -Gelato Bar, Los Angeles. Besides Italian classics such as Nocciola, Straciatella and Gianduia, flavors include English toffee, cinnamon basil and rosemaryl-emon among the 24 daily varieties. […]

Sweet heat relief at Bulgarini gelateria

LA Weekly – By Jonathan Gold Wednesday, July 26, 2006 – 12:00 pm When it is 109 degrees in Pasadena, when the live oaks droop and the front range of the San Gabriels burns with a terrible heat, there is no better place to be in the city than the shaded courtyard of the Pacific […]