Gelateria Gentile’s West Village location fits a maximum of three people inside—maybe four if you know each other well. But despite being probably the tiniest storefront in the entire city, this place makes some pretty good gelato. It’s made at their factory in Williamsburg, scooped onto cones from Italy, and topped with a mini cone. If you ask the person behind the counter the reason for the mini cones, they might say that they think it’s something they do in Italy. We think they’re probably wrong, but the theory is charming. You can (and should) add some homemade whipped cream, but other than that they keep it simple. There are a few tables outside, where you might find professionals involved in finance eating gelato after dinner at Arthur & Sons.