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Culver City-based Coolhaus ice cream rose to fame sandwiched between a couple cookies that were all the rage at the Coachella Music Festival nearly 10 years ago. It's barely slowed down since then.... Read More
Culver City-based Coolhaus ice cream rose to fame sandwiched between a couple cookies that were all the rage at the Coachella Music Festival nearly 10 years ago. It's barely slowed down since then. Originally served out of an ice cream truck, they now have a small brick and mortar location in Culver City where much of the magic takes place. And it's not just ice cream cookie sandwiches. They also make handmade chocolate dipped bars and serve up a variety of unique ice cream flavors like "Peach Don't Kill My Vibe" (sweet tea ice cream with moonshine, pie crust crumble and peach chunks), sweet corn and blueberry, and buttered French toast, to name a few. You can also find the sandwiches in local grocery stores, but what's the fun in that?
- Ice Cream: "Jones-ing for an ice cream sandwich? You can hunt down a Coolhaus truck by consulting their website that lists locations. They also have truck in Dallas and New York in case you need a fix while on the road."
- Best for Ice Cream Because: The first big "sammie" maker in the LA ice cream world, it's just not a legit ice cream list without Coolhaus.