Dottie’s Gelato and Italian Ices will be coming to Main Street in Tomball at the end of March, according to business owner Lorraine Featherston. Soon to be located at the rear entrance of 411 W Main St., Tomball, the gelato shop will offer homemade gelato with natural ingredients, waffle cones and bowls, and espresso and other coffee beverages. 713-805-6087
Dottie’s Gelato and Italian Ices coming soon to Main Street in Tomball
Dottie’s Gelato and Italian Ices is slated to open at the rear entrance of 411 W Main St., Tomball, at the end of March, according to business owner Lorraine Featherston. (Courtesy Adobe Stock)
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