HoneyMee proves that good ice cream doesn’t have to involve crazy flavors and a drunk toddler’s choice of candy dumped on top. Here, it’s all about two things: vanilla ice cream and honey. And when both of those are as good as they are at HoneyMee, you don’t need anything else. It’s simple, fresh, and light enough to not leave you in a late-night dairy coma either. The place is all over the suburbs, but in LA proper, they’re only along Sawtelle and at a tiny walk-up window in Ktown. Get the honey-covered Sweetie with added honeycomb.
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No longer just a lowly service road off the 405, Sawtelle is one of the best streets for eating in Los Angeles.
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