Italian actor Terence Hill, star of the 1970s and 1980s, has just opened an ice cream parlor in Paris called Girotti
A traditional gelateria
Baptized Girotti, With the help of his son Jess Hill, actor Terence Hill has just opened an ice cream parlor in the 6th arrondissement of Paris. The establishment is called Girotti (which is the real name of the actor, born Mario Girotti in Venice in 1939) and honors the local know-how and craftsmanship of the town of Amelia, in the Italian region of Umbria, where the family gelateria was born, then run by his great-uncle. In his ice cream parlor, Terence Hill offers delicious creamy ice creams, 100% artisanal, gluten-free and preservative-free with the most original flavors to discover in a shop that honors his film career.
A cinematographic atmosphere
Girotti, opened its doors on July 7, 2022 at the exit of the Notre-Dame-des-Champs metro station. It is at 120 rue Raspail in the 6th that we dive into this world where the improbable alchemy between pastry and cinema operates, screenings of traditional westerns with his sidekick Bud Spencer, film posters, reminding us of this joyous period of films Italian spaghetti, so it is in this atmosphere that we discover creamy ice creams with surprising, original flavors such as red beans and maple syrup or rum baba.
120 Boulevard Raspail
Official site http://www.girottiparis.com