I first told you about frozen treat expert Gelato-Go‘s arrival to 1305 Montana Ave. back in October of 2017. Sadly, it appears that things have turned icy for the gelato chain: Gelato-Go is now closed in Santa Monica. You can still sample their gelato at other SoCal locations, or in Florida.
It looks like El Segundo is getting a new frozen treat shop. Downtown’s hippest art gallery El Cuervo recently closed at 417 Main St. A new sign in the window lets us know that expanding chain Gelato-Go will soon be delivering artisanal Italian gelato to the good people of El Segundo.
Well that didn’t take long… A remarkable thing in red-tape Santa Monica. It was only back in September that I noticed that longstanding local fixture DiDio’s Italian Ices had given up the ghost at 1305 Montana Ave. Then in October, a small now hiring sign was placed in the window informing us that Miami’s Gelato-Go was soon on the way. Wasting no time whatsoever, as of this week, Gelato-Go is now open and dishing icy treats to the good people of Santa Monica.
Well that didn’t take long… It was only a couple of weeks ago that I told you about the sad disappearance of Santa Monica’s beloved gelato shop DiDio’s at 1305 Montana Ave. Wasting no time in trying to fill the icy treat void, a new tenant is quickly moving into the spot. A notice on the window informs us that Gelato-Go is on its way. Billing itself as “the best gelato in Miami”, the new contender is looking to make inroads into Los Angeles. According to the now hiring sign, they are also opening a second location at 252 S. Beverly Dr. in Beverly Hills.