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The Best Frozen Treats In Los Angeles
For when your body (and brain) needs a freeze—Hawaiian shave ice, Oaxacan-style paletas, and so much more.
Los Alpes Ice Cream Parlor
Los Alpes in Huntington Park is a neighborhood institution that serves paletas, fruit bars, milk shakes, ice cream, and the one, the only: mangoneada.
Little Bean is a mom-and-pop Taiwanese boba tea and shaved ice spot in Rowland Heights.
Viva Oaxaca Nieves Y Paletas
Viva Oaxaca Nieves Y Paletas is a Koreatown shop that has over 20 Mexican paleta flavors.
Bagan Burmese Kitchen
Bagan Burmese Kitchen is a traditional Burmese shop located between Westlake and Virgil Village.
Rico Tejuino Los Reyes
Rico Tejuino Los Reyes us a neighborhood fruit juice and dessert store in Lincoln Heights is basically a Swiss Army knife of Mexican desserts.
Rita's Italian Ice & Frozen Custard
Rita’s is a Philadelphia chain that sells refreshing Italian ices and some of the best frozen custard we’ve tasted.
Fluffy’s in downtown Long Beach specializes in Sno-Balls, a New Orleans-style snow cone painted with colorful syrups.
While it’s easy to make fun of this trendy cold-pressed juice shop with various locations all over LA, Pressed Juicery has a surprisingly good frozen treat.
Lokum is a Turkish bakery in Santa Barbara where you can hang out and eat baklava on State Street.
Spoon By H
Spoon By H is a tiny dessert cafe in Beverly Grove that also happens to serve some of our favorite Korean food in LA.
Thach Che Hien Khanh
Thach Che Hien Khanh is a tiny Vietnamese dessert shop in Little Saigon that will send you to straight to sweet-tooth heaven.
The Pie Room By Gwen
The Pie Room By Gwen is a wonderful Beverly Hills dessert shop that feels like a well-kept secret.