Check out some of these locations serving up some of the craziest desserts in Los Angeles.
When you head to Lincoln Cafe in Pasadena, you’ll find more than just a dessert shop. In addition to stunning desserts, you’ll also find breakfast items, sandwiches, salads and more in an open air setting featuring an outdoor seating area. However, if you’re here, you’ll definitely need to try the Pavlova. A Pavlova is a meringue based dessert featuring a crisp crust and usually filled with whipped cream or custard and fruit. The Pavlova at Lincoln Cafe is topped with berries and served in handy individual sized desserts so feel free to order as many as you’d like!
Located in Koreatown, you’ll find CottonHi, a parlor known for selling soft serve ice cream with interesting flavors such as tiramisu and the Mud Night which comes iwth raspberry sauce, crushed cookies and cream and chocolate flakes. However, CottonHi takes it to the next level by serving up a cotton candy sundae. Choose your flavor ice cream and then choose your flavor cotton candy such as lemonade, coffee, strawberry and mint.
Krazy Cup, a self proclaimed munchies bar, is a place where your imagination, and appetite, can run free. With 7 ice cream flavors and over 70 toppings to choose from, the possibilities are endless. First, choose your size, then go all out and fill it with different items to choose from. Choose items such as fruit, sour straws, jolly ranchers, and more. If sweet isn’t your thing, then don’t worry, go savory and fill up your cup with cheeto puffs, hot cheetos, chips, jalapenos, nacho sauce and more. If you can dream it, you can achieve it at Krazy Cup.
If you happen to find yourself on Third Street when in Los Angeles, be sure to head Joan’s on Third, a specialty food marketplace serving up a variety of different food items to soups and salads to sandwiches and desserts! If you visit though, be sure to try the Marshmallow Clouds cupcake. This is a moist chocolate cupcake topped with fluffy marshmallow encased in a hard shell of chocolate. Yum!