A famed skatepark, body-builders and the eccentric scene on the boardwalk are just a few reasons for Venice Beach’s unconventional reputation. The only reason that our vanilla ice cream is as outrageous as its namesake neighborhood is pure Madagascar Bourbon vanilla beans.
SoCal’s Manhattan Beach is known for killer swells, laid-back surfers and world-class beach volleyball. Our ace Manhattan ice cream is known for being Rye Whiskey-spiked, with cocktail cherries and toffee bits bumping up the flavor.
Only Los Angeles can provide you with views of the city, the sea and snow-capped mountains in one hike. Only L.A. Creamery takes Rocky Road to new heights with this fusion of toasted marshmallow ice cream, almonds and chocolate that together is the peak of perfection.
Whether or not you frequent the local dispensary in your “recreational” time, you’re going to find our Minty Chocolate Munchies Creamy Sorbet highly habit-forming.
Raise a pint to this delicious twist on beer and pretzels, featuring a rich, malty stout brewed by our neighbors in L.A.’s Arts District.
Like its namesake neighborhood, a hub of African-American arts and culture in Los Angeles, our Lemon Meringue Pie ice cream is traditional and authentic, while still being zesty and vibrant.
Our Honeycomb ice cream is richer than a Hollywood Hills celebrity after a three-picture deal and sweeter than the big screen’s latest starlet.
Being home to an amazing college (and to plenty of other coffee-loving Angelenos), you can find a pretty solid cuppa joe on every corner in Eagle Rock. Now this neighborhood has inspired a pretty incredible caffè latte ice cream with big chunks of sweet old-fashioned donuts.
Like the lively, musical neighborhood of Boyle Heights, our Cajeta ice cream is deeply rooted in Mexican tradition and is just muy muy cool.
Legend has it that the fortune cookie was invented in Los Angeles. Now L.A. is also the birthplace of this legendary milk chocolate ice cream and cookie combination.
Los Angeles is a hub of Persian arts, culture and cuisine, with the largest Persian population in the U.S. We created this exotic creamy sorbet in honor of a favorite Persian fruit (Albaloo) and the flavor that the Persian community brings to our melting pot metropolis.
In the L.A. suburb of Burbank, “industry people” and “regular people” co-exist in harmony like the blackberries and brown sugar crumbly deliciousness co-starring in this premiere ice cream.
Soft serve ice cream from your freezer is about as outrageous as the rents in this trendy eastside Los Angeles neighborhood. And like that parking spot on Sunset Boulevard, this creamy caramel charmer won’t last long.