Dolce Bella Cannoleria cart owner Brandyn Williams.

Dolce Bella Cannoleria cart owner Brandyn Williams. Credit: Newsday/Joann Vaglica

For those who think the best part of a cannolo is the cream — there's a new food cart for you. Dolce Bella Cannoleria has launched in Nassau and Suffolk counties, bringing Long Islanders traditional and not-so-traditional cannoli.

The gold-accented cart offers creams in flavors that encompass the classic (chocolate chip, cherry) to the candy-infused (Reese's peanut butter cup), which are stuffed in regular or milk chocolate shells, served in cups or inside doughnuts. Dolce Bella is available for private parties starting at $750 for up to 150 guests, plus an attendant.

Those who want the cannoleria’s offerings without booking a party can place orders a la carte.

The cannoli cart joins Dolce Bella's black-and-white carts that serve dairy- and gluten-free Italian ices in flavors that include spumoni, bubble gum and sugar-free chocolate ($450 for up to four hours).

Outside of private events, both will be at the Hampton Classic horse show Aug. 28-Sept. 4 in Bridgehampton.

Dolce Bella Cannoleria, 516-988-8302, Dolce Bella Luxury Italian Ices, 516-851-8538,

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