Our West Hollywood shop sits at the corner of Santa Monica Blvd and Robertson, a few blocks from the iconic rock-and-roll clubs, hotels, and restaurants of the Sunset Strip. Home to counterculture protests in the 1960s, celebrity opulence in the ‘70s and ‘80s, and today’s vibrant LGBT community, West Hollywood is one of LA’s smaller neighborhoods—just 1.9 square miles—making it a perfect destination for grabbing a cone and walking past WeHo’s beautiful buildings, people, and popular shops.
Los Angeles Locations
Our bright, spacious Arts District scoop shop is located in the creative epicenter of Downtown Los Angeles. Once a grid of auto-part factories, furniture warehouses, and industrial blocks, the Arts District has been sculpted by painters, punks, and other passionate personalities into a haven of studios, galleries, artist hangouts, soaring murals, and great coffee—grounded in a spirit of visionary imagination and craft since the neighborhood’s first artists and activists sparked a truly Californian renaissance in the 1970s.
The historical heart of the movie industry, Studio City, was workplace and home for some of the greats – Ronald Reagan, John Wayne, Alfred Hitchcock, Tony Curtis and Bette Davis. Today, Studio City, is the “Jewel of the Valley” nestled in the foothills of the Santa Monica mountains. Our scoop shop is on Ventura Blvd – the world’s longest avenue of contiguous businesses and home to miles of mom-and-pop businesses, boutiques and restaurants.
Our scoop shop is located right on Abbot Kinney Blvd, named “the coolest block in America” by GQ. Venice is one of Los Angeles’ most creative places to live, work and play and we couldn’t be happier to be a part of it.
Our first shop outside of Portland is in Larchmont Village on a lovely tree-lined street nestled in a community that prides itself on maintaining a small town feel and close knit attitude…right in the middle of LA.