I had a cup of chocolate and coconut vanilla bean ($5.70). The chocolate felt flat in my opinion, but the coconut vanilla bean was rich and creamy and the interplay between the coconut and vanilla produced great results.
All the ice cream here is made of soy, which is fine, but I found it to be a mundane and pedestrian choice compared to nearby Lula's Sweet Apothecary, which makes everything out of nuts, like cashews. The nut-based ice creams are far richer and creamier, in general.
In general, Stogo seems to take the corporate, post-modern approach compared to Lula's. Stogo looks like a glistening cafe from "2001: A Space Odyssey," which is a tired theme in New York, and I found the service to be unhelpful and unfriendly.
I was also deeply disappointed by their lack of compostable utensils, and their decision to use all-plastic stuff which just ends up in the trash. In comparison, Lula's uses only eco-friendly materials and also serves you stuff in actual glass, with metal spoons, just like in the old days.
The prices here are also super-expensive. $5.70 for a scoop of ice cream, really? Many of the flavors here are good, but that's just too expensive. They also wouldn't let me use credit card, as they have a $10 minimum charge (which is illegal, by the way). I found this ridiculous as Stogo has a lot of money and fame behind it (one of the owners is Kyra Sedgwick's brother) and looks to try to compete with the big corporate players; you'd think they wouldn't be so chinzy as to be cash-only for under $10.
I appreciate that Stogo is vegan, so come here to try some samples; but if you're looking for a friendlier environment with an innovative product, go to Lula's Sweet Apothecary instead.