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Where to Go for Dessert in South Bay

From the world famous King’s Hawaiian Bakery to the iconic Manhattan Beach Creamery these South Bay establishments are perfect for when you’re craving something sweet.

King’s Hawaiian Bakery & Restaurant

Address: 2808 Sepulveda Blvd, Torrance, CA 90505
Phone: (310) 530-0050
Yelp link: (4 stars with 2100+ reviews)
Website

Their Hawaiian rolls are to die for, but we’re here to talk about dessert!  So, their cakes are to die for, love their rainbow cake and chocolate. Fluffy, moist, goodness. Pretty much all of their desserts are great though.

Handel’s Homemade Ice Cream and Yogurt

Address: 1882 S Pacific Coast Hwy, Redondo Beach, CA 90277
Phone: (424) 247-8861
Yelp link: (4.5 stars with 1000+ reviews)
Website

  • Generous scoops – one scoop is a lot more than a single scoop
  • Tuesday nights they run specials, but the lines can get pretty long
  • Our favorites flavors: Graham Central Station and Banana Cream Pie

Manhattan Beach Creamery

Shoutout to the ever so classy Alexandra Paige

Shoutout to the ever so classy Alexandra Paige

Address: 1120 Manhattan Ave, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Phone: (310) 372-1155
Yelp link: (4 stars with 700+ reviews)
Website

  • Literally impossible to go to Manhattan Beach, walk by this place and not have some ice cream – the delightful aroma that wafts out of this place is dizzying.
  • Their ice cream is good, the ice cream sandwiches are great too

Paciugo Gelato & Caffe

Address: 1034 Hermosa Ave, Hermosa Beach, CA 90254
Phone: (310) 379-2525
Yelp link: (4.5 stars with 400+ reviews)
Website

  • Excellent Gelato in the south bay and they even have some vegan options!
  • Our favorite flavors: Sea Salt Caramel and Ferrero Rocher

Nothing Bundt Cakes

Thanks Melissa!

Thanks Melissa!

Address: 1570-Q Rosecrans Ave, Ste Q, Manhattan Beach, CA 90266
Phone: (310) 297-9530
Yelp link: (4.5 stars with 300+ reviews)
Website

  • Okay, so not sure why, but we’re kind of obsessed with Bundt cakes  (well, maybe we know why…they are beautiful and delicious!)
  • We love grabbing cakes from here for work events or small get-togethers

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