The gelatos and sorbettos here do not come in your run-of-the-mill flavors. With concoctions like ricotta lemon cardamom gelato and strawberry tarragon sorbetto, you know there will always be something interesting to try. They also serve Stumptown cold brew coffee, and they make phenomenal cappuccinos with any type of milk you'd like- including almond and soy.
They also source snacks, cookies and pastries from a bakery in Baltimore, and they have delicious vegan jam and oat bars along with cheesy handmade crackers, and quince filled cookie sandwiches. It's definitely not cheap (the cheese crackers are $8) but it's worth it to splurge every once in a while!
My partner Jen is a fan of the Guittard Milk Chocolate gelato, and we both love the Thai Coconut flavor also. The one downside is that most of their sorbettos are not vegan. I'm a sucker for super creamy gelato so I've never asked which flavors are vegan, but I was told at their farmer's market pop up stand that none of the sorbet's they had at the time were vegan- so I assume they're hard to come by.