A paltry $3 buys the most indulgent sweet snack in all of Eataly. Stroll past the Lavazzo espresso, past the bright ATM machines, and look left for the chocolate counter. A small plastic cup of Bicerin is $2, and that small is all you need. It comes in gianduja and a silky, almost pudding-like dark chocolate. The warm melted chocolate is spooned to order and meant for "dipping and sipping," but functions better as the former, especially when you add another dollar for two golden, leggy Camporelli Cookies. They're airy, light and crisp; don't dip too aggressively because the cookie will snap. Just dip and bite, dip and bite. It does the job better than any plastic spoon.
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