MILK, Udderly Delicious

What can I say? I love me some milk. Iced, creamed, whipped, or just ice cold in a glass with some cookies. So when I heard MILK had opened this past week, and Heidi’s sister Emily was in town, I figured what better time to try out MILK. So all three of us headed over on Sunday afternoon. It wasn’t very busy, but I figure that wont last long. As soon as word gets around how tasty this place is, you’ll wish you made it over sooner.

Parking wasn’t a problem. And they have valet off of Pointsettia if you cant find a meter. The decor is clean, white and modern, with a few bistro style tables inside and outside along the street. They have homemade ice-cream bon-bons and sandwiches, shakes and malts, lots of baked goodies, hot pressed sandwiches, and salads.

We tried almost everything. The mint crisp bon-bons were a perfect appetizer. Crunchy and bite sized. The ice cream sandwich was a perfect blend of an iced glazed cookie filled to perfection with toffee crunch ice cream. My Milky Way malted shake was probably one of the tastiest shakes I have ever had. It was a little thin, and could have had more ice cream and less milk. But it was gone too fast, and I wanted another. The Turkey BLTC (Bacon, Lettuce, Turkey, Tomato, and Cheese) sandwich was very good too. Although, next time, I would ask for it without lettuce. The lettuce was hot and wilted after being pressed and warmed in the sandwich presser.

I can’t wait to go back and try the Vanilla Bean shake, the cobb salad, or the Cuban sandwich called the Media Noche.

MILK
7290 Beverly Blvd. (at Pointsettia)
Los Angeles 90036
323-939-6455
open 7 days from 7am – 10/11pm

Milk in Los Angeles

Author:Matt Mitchell

A lover of everything LA has to offer, Matt created Dig Lounge to tell his friends about all the fun things to do in the city. Matt has worked in the dot com world since 1996, including some of the top online entertainment companies and digital marketing firms. He currently works as a Digital Producer.

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