ice cream

Syrup (Downtown) – Waffles and Ice Cream

January 18, 2014

Downtown is such a dirty place. You have the coexistence of the rich and poor, and everyone in between. Cars wiz by, polluting the air. The buildings are old, dingy, and most of them block out the sun. With urban development slowly making things better, downtown is certainly looking up. Eats in downtown are starting […]

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Manhattan Beach Creamery – An Ice Cream Sandwich for a Young Boy

January 13, 2013

I know its Winter, and it’s cold. Typically, you don’t eat cold things in the Winter. That doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy something sweet. It’s Los Angeles we are talking here — its okay. Entering Manhattan Beach Creamery, I was a kid in a candy store. There was candy on display with every sweet thing […]

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Waffles de Liege – A Match Made In Heaven

June 5, 2012

Food trucks are an amazing thing. You can get practically any kind of food you desire off of a food truck. Waffles De Liege, for example serves up some awesome waffles. Their waffles are not the breakfast kind, though anyone would be happy to have these for breakfast. According to their website, there are two […]

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Gelato Paradiso – The Beach and a Frozen Treat, and I’m all Smiles

May 7, 2012

It’s official. The Italians got it right again and gelato is the perfect “ice cream”. It always seems like the beach and the ocean always makes me want some ice cream. The sunshine and the ocean breeze all can be enjoyed a little better with a nice velvety, creamy treat. If you couldn’t tell by […]

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Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlour Restaurant – Olden Days Makes Way For Opening Day

January 8, 2012

Remember the olden days? Well, my olden days are like the late 80s, early 90s. I mean before then, like the 60s and 70s. Farrell’s Ice Cream Parlours was booming. Starting from Portland, Oregon, the restaurants were an old time favorite. After being bought out and sold again, they are making a come back in […]

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Fosselman’s Ice Cream – Old Fashioned Soda Fountain Serving Up The Best

December 5, 2011

What ever happened to the good old days?  Ice cream was a quarter, soda was a nickel.  So simple.  Fosselman’s is a classic ice cream shop, like the ones they had in the olden days.  We are talking about the classics.  They date back since 1919. They definitely are an old-fashioned soda fountain.  They offer […]

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Fluff Ice – Snow In L.A. County, The Eating Kind Anyways

November 23, 2011

Having eaten shaved snow at Class 302 and other restaurants, I was surprised to see a shop dedicated to just shaved snow.  Basically, it is frozen blocks of ice and sweetened milk. They shave it into shreds and put toppings on top.  It’s not really icey, but more of a waterless, creamy frozen shave of […]

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Lobster Me (Planet Hollywood) – Closest You’ll Get To The Ocean In Vegas

November 11, 2011

I was walking and talking, and shopping along at the Miracle Mile — no, not Wilshire, but in Las Vegas inside Planet Hollywood.  I came across Lobster Me.  Lobster, undoubtedly one of my favorite seafood, stopped me in my tracks.  Right then and there, I wanted lobster — I read Lobster Me, and I wanted […]

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21 Choices Frozen Yorgurt – It Is Do Dang Hot Outside

October 12, 2011

The weather in LA can be tricky.  I could have sworn it rained last week.  Today, it is nearly 100 degrees!  The Southern Californian sun is flexing its powers for its last hurrah before the winter I guess.  It’s hot, muggy, and just burning out there.  My AC is working overtime, and I don’t even […]

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Diddy Riese Cookies – UCLA Has A Sweet, Not So Little Secret

August 20, 2011

When I think of the city of Westwood, I think of UCLA.  When I think of UCLA, I think of half of the Koreans I know, and Diddy Riese Cookies. UCLA and Diddy Riese just go hand in hand.  Diddy’s used to sell their sandwiches for a $1.  Today, the prices rose 50 cents to […]

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Ice Cream & Frozen Yogurt on the Boardwalk – Summer is at Long Beach

July 8, 2011

Yeah, there is nothing like having ice cream on the boardwalk.  It is as American as apple pie.  On a nice warm day, with the ocean in front of you, what is better than a nice big ice cream cone?  Nothing. I was at Long Beach — I was literally just driving around LA, and […]

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Scoops – Happiness is…Two Kinds of Ice Cream

June 23, 2011

Ice cream can cure anything.  It can cure a bad day, make a good day even better, or cure a aching heart.  In this day and age, just regular vanilla or chocolate won’t do.  It seems like everyone is doing something different, something outside the box.  People are pushing the flavor envelope further and further, […]

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Coolhaus Ice Cream Truck – Keepin’ Us Happy One Sandwich at a Time

June 3, 2011

I remember me and friends were talking about the next big food truck.  I cleverly thought of a food truck that serves ice cream — going back to the basics with a twist.  After a bit of silence, my friends burst out in laughter, teasing me that there were ice cream trucks everywhere!  Far beyond […]

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Frati Gelato – Cremoso Gelato Delizioso Italiano

May 23, 2011

Gelato, ice cream’s less fatty Italian cousin, is one of my favorite desserts. It is such a perfect ending to a great meal. It’s tasty, and has a lot less fat than ice cream. One of my favorite places to get gelato is Frati Gelato in Downtown Fullerton. Their signature flavor, Frate, is one of […]

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Sonic Drive-In – Rare Sweet Treat for an Angelino

May 11, 2011

Living in the Los Angeles area, I don’t get to enjoy the tasty treats of Sonic Drive-In.  I mean, they pour out commercials on TV.  Well, they used to anyway. I don’t understand why there would be Sonic commercials on locally broadcasted stations, yet, there’s none nearby.  The question of the hour is, Why aren’t […]

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