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It is officially Summer in NYC. In this video, we will take you to 10 frozen desserts in NYC around the world.

1. JoJu
83-25 Broadway
Elmhurst, NY 11373

Frozen Vietnamese coffee

2. Tea Cup Cafe
76-23 Woodside Ave
Elmhurst, NY 11373

Thai tea slush with corn flakes

3. Al Naimat
37-03 74 St
Jackson Heights, NY 11372

Mango kulfi

4. 969 NYC Coffee
37-61 80 St
Jackson Heights, NY 11372

Matcha Shake Shake

5. Purple Dough
38-05 69 St
Woodside, NY 11377

Halo Halo

6. El Bohio Grocery
98-17 Roosevelt Ave
Corona, NY 11368

*Seasonal – usually sets up in Spring and Summer*

Coco con pina Frio Frio/Raspado

7. Los Poblanos Grocery
92-19 Roosevelt Ave
Jackson Heights, NY 11372

*Seasonal – usually sets up in Spring and Summer*

Nieve de pitaya

8. Ya Llego Tu Papi Cart
Outside of Planet Fitness 86-01 Roosevelt Ave
Jackson Heights, NY 11372

*Seasonal – usually sets up after 12PM until evenings*
Mango diablito

9. Lemon Ice King of Corona
52-02 108 St
Corona, NY 11368

Peanut butter ice
Lemon ice

10. Prontito
40-25 Forley St
Elmhurst, NY 11373

Super cholado

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We are Greg and Jumi, hailing from opposite ends of the globe. Greg is a native New Yorker who was born and raised in Queens NYC and Jumi grew up in the beautiful islands of the Visayas region of the Philippines.

How did we meet? One of us messaged the other on Instagram (before sliding in DM’s was even possible through the app!) and we met just after Hurricane Sandy hit NYC in October 2012. Although we grew up in two very different worlds, we bonded over a love of experiences over material things, delicious food and exploration.

We have visited 15+ countries together since December 2014 exploring beaches, ancient temples, bustling streets and ruins. Along the way, we get adrenaline flowing whether paragliding, ziplining, or jetskiing.

To fuel up for our adventures (and everyday life), we eat lots of local food wherever we are. Street food, carts, trucks, hidden gems and family-run sit-downs are our mainstays. We don’t cook, but prefer to spend our money on experiences and we treat food as one. Hey, we gotta eat regardless, right? May as well enjoy it and support good businesses while we’re at it!

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