Gourmet gelato spot opens in George Town

PalettAmerica Cayman serves up sweet treats

So many gelato popsicles, so little time ...

If you haven’t yet heard of PalettAmerica Cayman, this Saturday is your chance to go and see what all the fuss is about – for free!

The first 200 customers that roll up between 4pm and 6pm for the launch party will get to sample the decadent delights at no cost and there will be children’s activities and musical entertainment, so get there early.

New to the Cayman Islands, PalettAmerica opened on George Town’s waterfront in January.
The company creates handcrafted gourmet gelato popsicles or ‘paletas’, made fresh daily with the best locally-sourced, all-natural ingredients.

The popsicles feature delicious flavours, including favourites like cookies and cream, banana Nutella, strawberry cheesecake and dulce de leche. The menu also has refreshing vegan-friendly natural fruit flavours such as mango, lime and strawberry, to name just a few.

“We offer a fun and creative way to cool down in George Town,” said customer service manager Jessica Thomas. “PalettAmerica is more than just an ice cream – it’s an experience. The choice of flavours and toppings will satisfy even the most discerning gelato lover and our location is perfect for soaking up the sights and sounds of George Town.”

Customers can create their own flavour combination with a selection of chocolate dipping sauces and tasty toppings. Whether they choose to keep it simple or get creative with their taste choices, PalettAmerica has something for everyone.

PalettAmerica is located at 56 South Church Street on the waterfront opposite Guy Harvey’s Restaurant. Parking is available behind Guy Harvey’s restaurant. Regular opening hours: Mon.–Thur. 10am–4pm and Sat. 10am–3pm.

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