Foodie Insider: Thomas Miller

Pistachio’s Ice Cream & Gelato, Port St. Lucie

Having lived most of my life in the Midwest, I experienced the changing of the seasons.  In addition to spring, summer, fall, and winter, there was one more that likely only northerners will understand, and that is the “Ice Cream” season.  If you’ve lived in the south your entire life, you probably don’t understand what that means.  As winter sets in, most of the ice cream shops close due to decreased demand from the colder temperatures.  We would always count the days until spring came around when we could get that first ice cream cone of the season. 

Owners of Pistachio’s Ice Cream & Gelato, Chef Andre and his wife Amy opened this new location in September 2020. They also own the Italian restaurant located next door called Sweet Basil Italiano. When the space next door became available, they decided that it was the perfect opportunity to open a gelato shop. If you are not familiar with the deliciousness that is gelato, then you are in for a treat! It contains 50% less air, less fat, is made with whole milk instead of cream, and in my opinion it’s richer and creamier than traditional ice cream. As you will see from the photos below, they do offer a few fun and unique sundaes that are a must try!

Now let’s jump right in and see what this place has to offer and what I had to eat!

Pistachios Ice Cream & Gelato

Affogato – Vanilla Ice Cream with Espresso

Pistachios Ice Cream & Gelato

Hot Fudge Sundae

Pistachios Ice Cream & Gelato

Bubble Waffle Sundae

Pistachios Ice Cream & Gelato

X-Treme Chocolate Shake

Pistachio’s Ice Cream and Gelato
Address295 SE Port St Lucie Blvd, Port St. Lucie, FL 34984
Phone: (772) 301-1297
Hours of Operation: Wednesday – Sunday, 12:00pm – 9:00pm
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Pistachios Ice Cream & Gelato

Written by Thomas Miller

Thomas Miller, aka “The Treasure Coast Foodie” and “The Foodie Guy” is big on organic everything and very particular about his butter. He has reviewed over 150+ local restaurants in the last 5 years and is invited by Disney to review the EPCOT International Food & Wine Festival every year. His food photos are devoured by 10’s of thousands monthly on The Treasure Coast Foodie website and as a Google Maps Local Guide, his photos have been viewed over 20 million+ times. His foodie tribe is over 14,000+ people right here on the Treasure Coast.

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