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Below Zero


375 NE 54th St, Miami
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Below Zero is an Italian/Argentinian scoop shop on the outskirts of MiMo. It’s easy to miss from the street (and is pretty much just an ice cream display case inside) but the ice cream here is very good. They have classic flavors like rum raisin and mint chocolate chip as well as more interesting options like stracciatella, cannoli, and a perfectly balanced banana dulce de leche. There are other good desserts here too, like frozen alfajores and mini ice cream cakes, both of which you can currently find in our freezer.

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