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The New Kids on the Block

Every month we check out as many of LA’s new and exciting food, drink and dessert spots as we can – below you’ll find a few of our favorites.

Creamistry – Koreatown


& the lovely Caroline Yoo


Address: 3510 W 8th St Los Angeles, CA 90005
Phone: (213) 263-2579

  • Made to order liquid nitrogen ice cream
  • You can choose from various bases (dairy and non dairy), then choose a flavor and toppings and then they will make your custom ice cream from scratch right in front of you
  • They have over 70 flavors and toppings!

Pearl’s Finest Teas


Cheers to the charming Sezen Yasa


& the darling @hanajeon

Address: 523 N Fairfax Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90048
Phone: (323) 424-3194

  • Great spot on Fairfax for boba – love the decor, the teas, and their menu is YUUUUGGGGEE
  • The Orange Yuzu is insta-famous by now – it’s a layered drink that’s all natural!  The coloring comes from the fruits used

Juice Bar Burbank


Check out @blodekuhla

Address: 4001 W Riverside Dr, Burbank, CA 91505
Phone: (747) 241-8344

  • The juice here tastes SUPER fresh! It’s a little pricey but worth it.
  • Juice Bar is overwhelmingly vegetarian, gluten-free, organic when possible, and always uses 100% whole fruits and vegetables
  • LOVE the Mint to Be and Ginger Greens

Gokoku Vegetarian Ramen

Big ups to the super awesome Vegan Lisa

Big ups to the super awesome Vegan Lisa

Address: 4147 Lankershim Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 91602
  • AMAZING vegetarian ramen spot – bold flavors and great service
  • We love the garlic jalapeno ramen and the Currey Ramen is pretty great too

Honey Hi

Shoutout to the uber-cool @thetruespoon

Shoutout to the uber-cool @thetruespoon

Address: 1620 Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90026
  • Two friends, (caitlin and kacie) decided to get into business together and open up a cafe in Echo Park serving food they each love – as a result the menu is what they call “radically inclusive” – there is something for everybody.
  • They use organic and locally sourced produce whenever possible, buying weekly from the farmers markets and they don’t use refined sugar, gmo’s, vegetable oil (canola, etc)
  • TDLR: healthy, high quality ingredients and a great story of friendship and entrepreneurship in Echo Park

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