Toscanini’s, Christina’s homemade ice cream named best ice cream in Massachusetts by Food & Wine
Cambridge is the sweet spot for ice cream in the state.
Food & Wine recently named two places in town as the best ice cream in Massachusetts.
The first honor goes to Toscanini.
âAll these years later, and with all that has changed, Tosci’s still feels so fresh and relevant, picking up two of the country’s most essential flavors: punch-in-the-schnoz burnt caramel and nostalgic cocoa pudding. , âThe magazine said.
Its website also states that it was rated “the best ice cream in the world” by the New York Times.
It was started by Gus Rancatore and Kurt Jaenicke in 1981, according to its website.
âAfter 27 years of hard work and dedication, Toscanini’s is now a very successful family business,â the website states. âAll of our ice cream is homemade in store. We are always interested in new flavors.
Food & Wine also suggested people stop by Christina’s Homemade Ice Cream.
âDon’t leave Cambridge without a scoop or two of Christina’s Homemade Ice Cream, another essential piece of American ice cream history dating back to the early 1980s,â the magazine states. âTo date, very few stores are as good at flavor as Raymond Ford and his talented team.â
Food & Wine suggests getting Bailey’s Irish Cream.