Milk

★★★★★
  • 7290 Beverly Blvd

    Los Angeles, CA 90046

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  • 323-939-6455

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I don't get the love of this place. Yes it has good cookies, but so do a lot of places around that don't have a 30 minute wait to get them. I'm lactose intolerant so maybe the ice cream and shakes are what get people excited?

3
★★★★★

I don't get the love of this place. Yes it has good cookies, but so do a lot of places around that don't have a 30 minute wait to get them. I'm lactose intolerant so maybe the ice cream and shakes are what get people excited?

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I was really surprised how people were talking about this place and lining up for it. I did it and found out there is nothing special about it. I guess people think because its overpriced ice cream it has to be good. Its not!

3
★★★★★

I was really surprised how people were talking about this place and lining up for it. I did it and found out there is nothing special about it. I guess people think because its overpriced ice cream it has to be good. Its not!

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Loved the place there was some many good icecreams to pick from I added for a sample plater and he whipped one up for me. We were able to taste some of the great flavors of icecream. I was great.

3
★★★★★

Loved the place there was some many good icecreams to pick from I added for a sample plater and he whipped one up for me. We were able to taste some of the great flavors of icecream. I was great.

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Love this place. It's a fat kids dream!

So good. Strawberry Shortcake milkshake is my fave. The pasta dish is awesome as well. Good sandwiches and salads, but their desserts and drinks are why you should reallllly go there!

2
★★★★★

Love this place. It's a fat kids dream!

So good. Strawberry Shortcake milkshake is my fave. The pasta dish is awesome as well. Good sandwiches and salads, but their desserts and drinks are why you should reallllly go there!

Pros: food, shakes

Cons: small

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Don't say I didn't give you a 2nd chance.

Last time I came into Milk. I genuinely felt like I got the wrong things. In fact, I felt SO wrong that I only blogged it and didn't yelp it cuz I felt it would have been unfair since I only nibbled on a horrible Shanghai salad and picked up a sandwich to go.

But as God intended. I am right. again.

Milk is the slightly better version of Joan's on 3rd. Luckily and to their credit, u nlike Joan's they actually make their sandwichs and food in the kitchen rather than give you nasty food that's been sitting out in a glass case.

This time I tried the 1/2 crispy chicken special ($12) and the potato leek soup ($6) and an iced tea ($3).

I don't understand.

Why don't places season their food? Sure the chicken was crispy but what happened to loving flavor? What happened to salt? The potatos were equally bland with bits of real bacon. The green beans were over cooked. The only seasoning that was offered was a ice cream scoop of mustard on top of the whole meal. Mustard? Really? You want to flavor my food? Try Gravy. or lard. No one wants to feel like they are eating a meal straight out the old folk home's cookbook.

Before you get your panties in a bunch over how cute the place is. Remember this. Just because it's cute doesn't mean it's good. Just because I'm ridiculously good looking doesn't mean I'm a nice person. You get the picture.

And I'm not bashing Milk. 2 stars to me means "Meh. I've experienced better."

And yes I have.

1
★★☆☆☆

Don't say I didn't give you a 2nd chance.

Last time I came into Milk. I genuinely felt like I got the wrong things. In fact, I felt SO wrong that I only blogged it and didn't yelp it cuz I felt it would have been unfair since I only nibbled on a horrible Shanghai salad and picked up a sandwich to go.

But as God intended. I am right. again.

Milk is the slightly better version of Joan's on 3rd. Luckily and to their credit, u nlike Joan's they actually make their sandwichs and food in the kitchen rather than give you nasty food that's been sitting out in a glass case.

This time I tried the 1/2 crispy chicken special ($12) and the potato leek soup ($6) and an iced tea ($3).

I don't understand.

Why don't places season their food? Sure the chicken was crispy but what happened to loving flavor? What happened to salt? The potatos were equally bland with bits of real bacon. The green beans were over cooked. The only seasoning that was offered was a ice cream scoop of mustard on top of the whole meal. Mustard? Really? You want to flavor my food? Try Gravy. or lard. No one wants to feel like they are eating a meal straight out the old folk home's cookbook.

Before you get your panties in a bunch over how cute the place is. Remember this. Just because it's cute doesn't mean it's good. Just because I'm ridiculously good looking doesn't mean I'm a nice person. You get the picture.

And I'm not bashing Milk. 2 stars to me means "Meh. I've experienced better."

And yes I have.

Pros: Cute.

Cons: Unseasoned food. Dry desserts. Uninspiring.

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There??s probably around 42 sweet reasons to visit Milk on a daily basis. The three that stand out most in my mind are: (1) Baby Caramel Apples, (2) $.50 Bon Bons and (3) the ??Warm Ooey Gooey Chocolate Sundae?. Here??s why: (1) Baby Apples make just about anything cuter, (2) I challenge you to find anything more delish for 50-cents within 10 square miles, (3) They use coconut ice cream for a genius twist on the classic sundae. Some things to note: I once had an entire cookies and cream malt that took me a full two days to recover from. Don??t get me wrong, it was an amazing tastebud experience, but the amount of creamy calories packed into that glass could fuel pack mule team for a month. My advice is to split your shake with a friend the first time around and then slowly work up to the full glass over the course of a couple visits. I plan to actually go back soon for something that doesn??t require an insulin chaser and my eye is currently on the Prosciutto & Provolone with arugula, potato slices and pickled onions. Will report back here after my savory nosh.

2
★★★★★

There??s probably around 42 sweet reasons to visit Milk on a daily basis. The three that stand out most in my mind are: (1) Baby Caramel Apples, (2) $.50 Bon Bons and (3) the ??Warm Ooey Gooey Chocolate Sundae?. Here??s why: (1) Baby Apples make just about anything cuter, (2) I challenge you to find anything more delish for 50-cents within 10 square miles, (3) They use coconut ice cream for a genius twist on the classic sundae. Some things to note: I once had an entire cookies and cream malt that took me a full two days to recover from. Don??t get me wrong, it was an amazing tastebud experience, but the amount of creamy calories packed into that glass could fuel pack mule team for a month. My advice is to split your shake with a friend the first time around and then slowly work up to the full glass over the course of a couple visits. I plan to actually go back soon for something that doesn??t require an insulin chaser and my eye is currently on the Prosciutto & Provolone with arugula, potato slices and pickled onions. Will report back here after my savory nosh.

Pros: Best casual evening dessert spot in WeHo

Cons: Parking (though I've heard rumors of a lot across the street

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This was a great adventure! Heard of it and my friend and I were driving around so we left Beverly Hills and headed over to Milk. I am familiar with chef Bret Thompson and I was not let down at all. I have never had such a decadent and rich chocolate cookie sandwich! I can't wait to return for more!!! And that was my friend's dessert, I had two scoops of ice cream and wow! If I was not full from my unbelieveably tasty sandwich and really well tossed salad I may have ordered more. I thought the cupcake bites were excellent and the agua fresca?! Sweet, light, and so refreshing. I can't wait to go back! The cookie ice cream sandwich is calling my name...oh did I mention the cookies were light, and crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside? Wow!!

2
★★★★★

This was a great adventure! Heard of it and my friend and I were driving around so we left Beverly Hills and headed over to Milk. I am familiar with chef Bret Thompson and I was not let down at all. I have never had such a decadent and rich chocolate cookie sandwich! I can't wait to return for more!!! And that was my friend's dessert, I had two scoops of ice cream and wow! If I was not full from my unbelieveably tasty sandwich and really well tossed salad I may have ordered more. I thought the cupcake bites were excellent and the agua fresca?! Sweet, light, and so refreshing. I can't wait to go back! The cookie ice cream sandwich is calling my name...oh did I mention the cookies were light, and crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside? Wow!!

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The decor is cute and different (a real thematic 50s vibe throughout), and the big sundaes look absolutely amazing...but this place is not a very pop-in friendly place. One, the parking is insane. I circled for about 30 minutes and still didn't find parking at 9PM. I resorted to parking on a red zone and ordering two ice creams to go. Two, I ordered just regular scoops of ice creams because their more elaborate ice creams are quite expensive! $6 dollars or something? Why?! Well, I guess it's acceptable to split one with a date, but if it's just a simple crave for ice cream...look for a no frills place! This place is more of an experience, if you like that kind of thing. Now I know that you have to actually prepare ahead of time for an "ice cream night" to really enjoy Milk. And go with the idea that it's not Baskin Robbins.

1
★★★☆☆

The decor is cute and different (a real thematic 50s vibe throughout), and the big sundaes look absolutely amazing...but this place is not a very pop-in friendly place. One, the parking is insane. I circled for about 30 minutes and still didn't find parking at 9PM. I resorted to parking on a red zone and ordering two ice creams to go. Two, I ordered just regular scoops of ice creams because their more elaborate ice creams are quite expensive! $6 dollars or something? Why?! Well, I guess it's acceptable to split one with a date, but if it's just a simple crave for ice cream...look for a no frills place! This place is more of an experience, if you like that kind of thing. Now I know that you have to actually prepare ahead of time for an "ice cream night" to really enjoy Milk. And go with the idea that it's not Baskin Robbins.

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I went into Milk to buy a gift card for my roommate, and I ended up having a great experience! I guess they just started issuing gift cards, so they were having a bit of trouble. They kept apologizing for taking so long, but I was keeping myself busy looknig at the cases of ice cream and cookies. Then, they gave me a free cookie! And then they gave me free ice cream! I wasn't really in the mood for sweets, but they were both delicious! The double chocolate cookie was amazing and tasted like pure chocolate, not like any of that waxy gross stuff I'm used to. The ice cream, however, was the true star of the night. The cashier told me that the hazlenut was good, but it wasn't good. It was GREAT! It was incredibly smooth and creamy, and I think it had huge toffee chunks in it, which I normally don't even like. Perfect! The friendly service alone will bring me back to Milk, even if I can't find a place to park within a mile. I think it'd be a great place to go for lunch or an afternoon sweet fix.

2
★★★★☆

I went into Milk to buy a gift card for my roommate, and I ended up having a great experience! I guess they just started issuing gift cards, so they were having a bit of trouble. They kept apologizing for taking so long, but I was keeping myself busy looknig at the cases of ice cream and cookies. Then, they gave me a free cookie! And then they gave me free ice cream! I wasn't really in the mood for sweets, but they were both delicious! The double chocolate cookie was amazing and tasted like pure chocolate, not like any of that waxy gross stuff I'm used to. The ice cream, however, was the true star of the night. The cashier told me that the hazlenut was good, but it wasn't good. It was GREAT! It was incredibly smooth and creamy, and I think it had huge toffee chunks in it, which I normally don't even like. Perfect! The friendly service alone will bring me back to Milk, even if I can't find a place to park within a mile. I think it'd be a great place to go for lunch or an afternoon sweet fix.

Pros: Hazlenut Ice Cream, Double Chocolate Cookie, Service!!

Cons: Parking

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I was driving home down Beverly Blvd. one day when the sign MILK caught my eye. I knew I had to, I mean absolutely had to come back and check it out. After doing some research online I found out that it was an ice cream parlor-esque establishment that was especially known for its desserts and ice cream sandwiches. Upon arriving I couldn?t help but notice the art deco building which was modernized in a subtle and tasteful manner. Inside the decor was very simple and sterile with stainless steel finishings meets 50?s diner with the tunes of jimmi hendrix, john lennon and tom petty and the heart breakers playing in the background. I couldn?t help but tap my foot and hum along with my favorite songs while waiting for my food. It wasn?t too loud unlike other establishments I?ve been to who seem to think that blasting music into it?s customers skulls gives the place more character and makes it fun. The place itself caters to a variety of customers running from hipsters who have come to see and be seen, to locals who are enjoying a blended mocha with their newspaper. The staff was especially helpful and friendly. They even offered to save my table and watch my things as I moved my car to their private parking lot. I ended up getting the Media Noche sandwich and was pleasantly surprised. The sandwich itself had an interesting combination of ingredients like roasted pulled pork and ham with manchego cheese, pickles, and roasted garlic mayo that complemented each other perfectly! It?s definitely something I?m going to be coming back for again.

2
★★★★☆

I was driving home down Beverly Blvd. one day when the sign MILK caught my eye. I knew I had to, I mean absolutely had to come back and check it out. After doing some research online I found out that it was an ice cream parlor-esque establishment that was especially known for its desserts and ice cream sandwiches. Upon arriving I couldn?t help but notice the art deco building which was modernized in a subtle and tasteful manner. Inside the decor was very simple and sterile with stainless steel finishings meets 50?s diner with the tunes of jimmi hendrix, john lennon and tom petty and the heart breakers playing in the background. I couldn?t help but tap my foot and hum along with my favorite songs while waiting for my food. It wasn?t too loud unlike other establishments I?ve been to who seem to think that blasting music into it?s customers skulls gives the place more character and makes it fun. The place itself caters to a variety of customers running from hipsters who have come to see and be seen, to locals who are enjoying a blended mocha with their newspaper. The staff was especially helpful and friendly. They even offered to save my table and watch my things as I moved my car to their private parking lot. I ended up getting the Media Noche sandwich and was pleasantly surprised. The sandwich itself had an interesting combination of ingredients like roasted pulled pork and ham with manchego cheese, pickles, and roasted garlic mayo that complemented each other perfectly! It?s definitely something I?m going to be coming back for again.

Pros: service, parking lot, music

Cons: not enough seating

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Went in for lunch and their sandwiches are the best. I had the media noche, and even though it's not traditional, it's delicious! I also tried their ice cream sandwiches, which were okay. The first bite was heavenly but after that it got a bit too sweet and soggy. I think two or three bites is enough.
But a great place for lunch/desert!

2
★★★★★

Went in for lunch and their sandwiches are the best. I had the media noche, and even though it's not traditional, it's delicious! I also tried their ice cream sandwiches, which were okay. The first bite was heavenly but after that it got a bit too sweet and soggy. I think two or three bites is enough.
But a great place for lunch/desert!

Pros: Food, Service, Prices

Cons: PARKING!

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I gave this place 5 stars because it is just a perfect neighborhood place. It is unpretentious and friendly with all different types of customers including families and children. It felt a little cold at first because of the steel and white wall decor. After a while I got used to it and now it feels comfortable. It's not a place to sit and read but a fun place to snack with your friends or family. I love their chocolate chip cookies, fudge cookies (ooey gooeys?), and their chocolate pudding. Their cakes tend to be a little dry. I adore their coffee toffee ice cream but can't eat much of it later in the evening because I'll be up all night due to the caffein in the ice cream. My favorite ice cream flavor is vanilla but Milk's seem a little too bland for me. I haven't tried their food but will try later.

2
★★★★★

I gave this place 5 stars because it is just a perfect neighborhood place. It is unpretentious and friendly with all different types of customers including families and children. It felt a little cold at first because of the steel and white wall decor. After a while I got used to it and now it feels comfortable. It's not a place to sit and read but a fun place to snack with your friends or family. I love their chocolate chip cookies, fudge cookies (ooey gooeys?), and their chocolate pudding. Their cakes tend to be a little dry. I adore their coffee toffee ice cream but can't eat much of it later in the evening because I'll be up all night due to the caffein in the ice cream. My favorite ice cream flavor is vanilla but Milk's seem a little too bland for me. I haven't tried their food but will try later.

Pros: Great desserts and cool vibe.

Cons: Can get very crowded.

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Great ice cream and fun atmosphere. Their sorbets and cakes were not the greatest...but still highly recommend going there to try it out for yourself! :)

2
★★★★☆

Great ice cream and fun atmosphere. Their sorbets and cakes were not the greatest...but still highly recommend going there to try it out for yourself! :)

Pros: Great ice cream sundaes

Cons: a bit small

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Too bad Milk is not open later, I think it has a lot to offer the after-dinner crowd. Ice creams are yummy, especially the chocolate. Thai tea ice cream tastes just like Thai tea! The mint and mocha bon bons were good, didn't care for the berry vanilla. The gooey double chocolate cookie is TDF, but the blue velvet cake was just so-so - couldn't place what flavor it was trying to be.

2
★★★★★

Too bad Milk is not open later, I think it has a lot to offer the after-dinner crowd. Ice creams are yummy, especially the chocolate. Thai tea ice cream tastes just like Thai tea! The mint and mocha bon bons were good, didn't care for the berry vanilla. The gooey double chocolate cookie is TDF, but the blue velvet cake was just so-so - couldn't place what flavor it was trying to be.

Pros: Chocolate menu items

Cons: Closes early

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I went to MILK for lunch and dessert. It was a nice, simple modern place with great food and the yummiest desserts. The chef/owner is one of the nicest guys I have ever met at a restaurant and there is no LA stuffiness or attitude like you find in so many other places in LA. It was very welcoming and comfortable.
It is a definite recommend.

2
★★★★★

I went to MILK for lunch and dessert. It was a nice, simple modern place with great food and the yummiest desserts. The chef/owner is one of the nicest guys I have ever met at a restaurant and there is no LA stuffiness or attitude like you find in so many other places in LA. It was very welcoming and comfortable.
It is a definite recommend.

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Go here for great desserts and milk shakes, but take it to go. While they are mainly a counter service establishment, they have runners bring your food to the table. They give you a number and they drop of the food. Our runner, Lawrence, was totally obnoxious the whole time. From the start he seemed annoyed, and asked why my co-workers and I had taken so many numbers. We explained to Lawrence, that we had all paid separately and he then proceeded to take all our numbers. We told him we were still waiting for dessert and he told us not to worry, they would hold on to that at the end of our meal. Well, at the end of our meal he not brought out the wrong dessert but lied to us in order for us to eat it. He told us that he had made this himself and we would like it better than the ice cream sandwich we had ordered. When we insisted, he said they were out of the other one anyway, we discovered later that he lied. When he came back to check on us and asked us how we were doing we asked for a box for our leftovers and he said we could go grab one inside. Why did you bother asking Lawrence?

The food was average. I found that my salad had salty pockets in it. I think they may have used kosher salt to season it. The sandwiches were nice but nothing to write home about. Their desserts I have to admit are good, but I haven't decide if it worth going there.

1
★★★☆☆

Go here for great desserts and milk shakes, but take it to go. While they are mainly a counter service establishment, they have runners bring your food to the table. They give you a number and they drop of the food. Our runner, Lawrence, was totally obnoxious the whole time. From the start he seemed annoyed, and asked why my co-workers and I had taken so many numbers. We explained to Lawrence, that we had all paid separately and he then proceeded to take all our numbers. We told him we were still waiting for dessert and he told us not to worry, they would hold on to that at the end of our meal. Well, at the end of our meal he not brought out the wrong dessert but lied to us in order for us to eat it. He told us that he had made this himself and we would like it better than the ice cream sandwich we had ordered. When we insisted, he said they were out of the other one anyway, we discovered later that he lied. When he came back to check on us and asked us how we were doing we asked for a box for our leftovers and he said we could go grab one inside. Why did you bother asking Lawrence?

The food was average. I found that my salad had salty pockets in it. I think they may have used kosher salt to season it. The sandwiches were nice but nothing to write home about. Their desserts I have to admit are good, but I haven't decide if it worth going there.

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wow- all the reviews are right on. the staff are super friendly and the food was very tasty. setting is a little antiseptic so if you're looking for romantic atmosphere this isn't the place. we had soup, salad and ice cream. surprisingly the vanilla was much tastier than the coffee. looking forward to exploring the menu.

2
★★★★☆

wow- all the reviews are right on. the staff are super friendly and the food was very tasty. setting is a little antiseptic so if you're looking for romantic atmosphere this isn't the place. we had soup, salad and ice cream. surprisingly the vanilla was much tastier than the coffee. looking forward to exploring the menu.

Pros: helpful friendly staff, tasty fresh fare

Cons: parking, not a lot of seating

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Everybody is posting rave reviews about the Ice Cream and the sweets. And they are great. But don't overlook their sandwiches and salads which is my primary reason for going there. I've had two different paninis there and they both blew me away. One was a Media Noche...which is a variation of a Cuban Sandwich. The other was the Herb Roasted Chicken Breast sandwich which was also prepared to perfection.

The portions are just the right amount, and should leave you with enough room for a desert.

It's really about simplicty. Quality is so key to making good food, and they seem to have that down pretty well. It does get crowded so I like to go for a late lunch when it's quiet and there are no crowds. Parking can be a pain around there during certain times but it's worth walking from wherever you ca find a spot.

Overall I highly advise giving it a try.

2
★★★★★

Everybody is posting rave reviews about the Ice Cream and the sweets. And they are great. But don't overlook their sandwiches and salads which is my primary reason for going there. I've had two different paninis there and they both blew me away. One was a Media Noche...which is a variation of a Cuban Sandwich. The other was the Herb Roasted Chicken Breast sandwich which was also prepared to perfection.

The portions are just the right amount, and should leave you with enough room for a desert.

It's really about simplicty. Quality is so key to making good food, and they seem to have that down pretty well. It does get crowded so I like to go for a late lunch when it's quiet and there are no crowds. Parking can be a pain around there during certain times but it's worth walking from wherever you ca find a spot.

Overall I highly advise giving it a try.

Pros: Great Food.

Cons: Parking can be tough.

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The most surprising and probably the best thing about Milk is its simplicity: right in the middle of Los Angeles, and in a busy, bustling neighborhood no less, is a clean, modern approximation of an ice cream parlor. No scene, no fuss, just great ice cream (and food -- which I didn't try, but the menu looked tempting). I went on a Sunday night, and it was so nice to see people stopping in for a cone or a pint, families (with adult children!) hanging out together, and a small (adult) birthday party going on at a table outside. I'll echo another reviewer, but Milk is exactly what the neighborhood needed! As for the ice cream: it's always nice when the cost of ice cream only complements the experience, so I was thrilled to see that one scoop at Milk costs $2.50, including the cone of your choice, and two scoops cost $3.50. The scoops are HUGE, but I went for it and got one scoop of pistachio and one of the banana dulce de leche. Friends got brownie sundaes ($5.00 for all sundaes), which were loaded with brownies and ice cream and served in big, old-fashioned sundae bowls. I also saw a banana split go by, and it was humongous and decadent. The banana dule de leche is a tasty unique combo, not overwhelmingly banana, and with sliced almonds to temper the creaminess. The pistachio was delicious, and I was excited to find whole pistachios in it. This is clearly carefully handmade high-quality ice cream, and I'm looking forward to trying the other flavors as soon as I can. The ice cream case seemed to be divided between gelato flavors and ice cream flavors, but there were about twelve to choose from, so no one should be at a loss here. There was a sign at the register informing customers that Milk will be open on Mondays as of June 4 (I think), which is great news. Take yourself, the kids, a date, friends and check out Milk. You'll feel good all over!

2
★★★★★

The most surprising and probably the best thing about Milk is its simplicity: right in the middle of Los Angeles, and in a busy, bustling neighborhood no less, is a clean, modern approximation of an ice cream parlor. No scene, no fuss, just great ice cream (and food -- which I didn't try, but the menu looked tempting). I went on a Sunday night, and it was so nice to see people stopping in for a cone or a pint, families (with adult children!) hanging out together, and a small (adult) birthday party going on at a table outside. I'll echo another reviewer, but Milk is exactly what the neighborhood needed! As for the ice cream: it's always nice when the cost of ice cream only complements the experience, so I was thrilled to see that one scoop at Milk costs $2.50, including the cone of your choice, and two scoops cost $3.50. The scoops are HUGE, but I went for it and got one scoop of pistachio and one of the banana dulce de leche. Friends got brownie sundaes ($5.00 for all sundaes), which were loaded with brownies and ice cream and served in big, old-fashioned sundae bowls. I also saw a banana split go by, and it was humongous and decadent. The banana dule de leche is a tasty unique combo, not overwhelmingly banana, and with sliced almonds to temper the creaminess. The pistachio was delicious, and I was excited to find whole pistachios in it. This is clearly carefully handmade high-quality ice cream, and I'm looking forward to trying the other flavors as soon as I can. The ice cream case seemed to be divided between gelato flavors and ice cream flavors, but there were about twelve to choose from, so no one should be at a loss here. There was a sign at the register informing customers that Milk will be open on Mondays as of June 4 (I think), which is great news. Take yourself, the kids, a date, friends and check out Milk. You'll feel good all over!

Pros: quality, variety, price, servings, service, location

Cons: parking -- nothing new. getting a pre- and post-Milk walk is a good idea, though!

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I have to say MILK is not your ordinary ice cream parlor, all ice cream is freshly made and not frozen like the other ice cream places. I know there is an explosion of different ice cream or yogurt stores within the area (Coldstones,Pinkberry,Yogurt Queen) but once coming here, you will definitely change your mind. There shakes are to die for!!!!!

2
★★★★★

I have to say MILK is not your ordinary ice cream parlor, all ice cream is freshly made and not frozen like the other ice cream places. I know there is an explosion of different ice cream or yogurt stores within the area (Coldstones,Pinkberry,Yogurt Queen) but once coming here, you will definitely change your mind. There shakes are to die for!!!!!

Pros: Great Service, Great ice cream and shakes

Cons: None

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I was very excited to try the ice cream sandwiches at Milk, and unfortunately, I was rather disappointed. At first glance, the chocolate ice cream sandwich constructed from a large chocolate macaroon split in half and filled with a large slab of chocolate chip ice cream appeared to be a heavenly treat ... but then I took a bite and was confronted with mediocre ice cream (not particularly flavorful or creamy ... about on par with ice cream one would get at a grocery store) and a mouthful of slightly soggy macaroons. The more I ate, the more disappointed I felt. It's possible the food and other ice cream treats are better, but my experience doesn't exactly inspire me to try again.

1
★★★☆☆

I was very excited to try the ice cream sandwiches at Milk, and unfortunately, I was rather disappointed. At first glance, the chocolate ice cream sandwich constructed from a large chocolate macaroon split in half and filled with a large slab of chocolate chip ice cream appeared to be a heavenly treat ... but then I took a bite and was confronted with mediocre ice cream (not particularly flavorful or creamy ... about on par with ice cream one would get at a grocery store) and a mouthful of slightly soggy macaroons. The more I ate, the more disappointed I felt. It's possible the food and other ice cream treats are better, but my experience doesn't exactly inspire me to try again.

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The setting reminded me of the inside of a refridgerator, everything was made of steel which made the atmosphere a little cold. Despite that, the food was quite tasty. The over the counter service provided a delectable selection of bakery items (malt chocolate cupcakes!, jalapeno scones!, brownies & blondies!) and a few tubs of ice cream including a selection of ice cream bars (banana/almond dipped in crispy caramel! oreo dipped in chocolate!). Of course, for those with a hankering for something savoury, there are also soups, sandwiches and salads. Don't forget to try the $5 shakes and malts, very tall glasses, lots of scoops of ice cream that ooze liquid over the rim of your glass.

2
★★★★☆

The setting reminded me of the inside of a refridgerator, everything was made of steel which made the atmosphere a little cold. Despite that, the food was quite tasty. The over the counter service provided a delectable selection of bakery items (malt chocolate cupcakes!, jalapeno scones!, brownies & blondies!) and a few tubs of ice cream including a selection of ice cream bars (banana/almond dipped in crispy caramel! oreo dipped in chocolate!). Of course, for those with a hankering for something savoury, there are also soups, sandwiches and salads. Don't forget to try the $5 shakes and malts, very tall glasses, lots of scoops of ice cream that ooze liquid over the rim of your glass.

Pros: Friendly Service, Creative Selection of eye-popping desserts

Cons: Cold Tables

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I have NEVER had an ice cream sandwich that tasted so good. The ice cream at this place is so rich and creamy, it's well worth the price for such a treat.

2
★★★★★

I have NEVER had an ice cream sandwich that tasted so good. The ice cream at this place is so rich and creamy, it's well worth the price for such a treat.

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This is exactly what we needed in this area! A great little shop for a tasty dessert and wonderful customer service. Apparently, all the food/ice cream is made on the premises -- and it shows! The ice cream is delicious, rich and creamy without being overly heavy. The price is nice, too, not blown out of whack like so many other places in this part of town. A fun atmosphere for an evening treat! Plus, the service was exceptional...lots of friendly smiles and very helpful with suggestions. All in all...a fantastic addition!

2
★★★★★

This is exactly what we needed in this area! A great little shop for a tasty dessert and wonderful customer service. Apparently, all the food/ice cream is made on the premises -- and it shows! The ice cream is delicious, rich and creamy without being overly heavy. The price is nice, too, not blown out of whack like so many other places in this part of town. A fun atmosphere for an evening treat! Plus, the service was exceptional...lots of friendly smiles and very helpful with suggestions. All in all...a fantastic addition!

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My husband and I stopped by here for dessert after having dinner across the street at Ita-Cho. He had the "banana dulce de leche" ice cream which he claims is the best ice cream he's had. I had the toffee ice cream sandwich which is not made with regular cookies, but with "alfajores", a spanish-style cookie which sort of melts in your mouth. I was also eyeing what looked like a BLUE Velvet cake, which I would assume to basically be a Red Velvet cake but with blue food coloring instead of red. Only wish I saved more room for it...

2
★★★★☆

My husband and I stopped by here for dessert after having dinner across the street at Ita-Cho. He had the "banana dulce de leche" ice cream which he claims is the best ice cream he's had. I had the toffee ice cream sandwich which is not made with regular cookies, but with "alfajores", a spanish-style cookie which sort of melts in your mouth. I was also eyeing what looked like a BLUE Velvet cake, which I would assume to basically be a Red Velvet cake but with blue food coloring instead of red. Only wish I saved more room for it...

Pros: tables and chairs available inside

Cons: no parking

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MILK has been promising to open for months now, and it finally has! The cafe has an interesting selection of gourmet salads and sandwiches, soup, and salad along with an extensive dessert menu (which includes several ice cream dishes), a breakfast menu, and lots of pastries. We went around noon on Friday and it got crowded around 1pm. There were three people in my group and we ate at one of the outside tables. I had the farmer's market salad which was delicious, fresh, and filling. To compliment it I had a milkie malt shake that had a lovely presentation and was delicious and rich.

My friends tried the soup, two different sandwiches, some cookies (which are only 75cents each!) and a freshly made ice cream bar. Nobody had any complaints about the food. The desserts were all delicious and everything seemed freshly made. We also noted that they have cooking classes on the second Saturday of the month! The restaurant is small and there were lots of workers there, I expect they might outgrow the space sooner than they think.

2
★★★★★

MILK has been promising to open for months now, and it finally has! The cafe has an interesting selection of gourmet salads and sandwiches, soup, and salad along with an extensive dessert menu (which includes several ice cream dishes), a breakfast menu, and lots of pastries. We went around noon on Friday and it got crowded around 1pm. There were three people in my group and we ate at one of the outside tables. I had the farmer's market salad which was delicious, fresh, and filling. To compliment it I had a milkie malt shake that had a lovely presentation and was delicious and rich.

My friends tried the soup, two different sandwiches, some cookies (which are only 75cents each!) and a freshly made ice cream bar. Nobody had any complaints about the food. The desserts were all delicious and everything seemed freshly made. We also noted that they have cooking classes on the second Saturday of the month! The restaurant is small and there were lots of workers there, I expect they might outgrow the space sooner than they think.

Pros: Food, Selection, Ice Cream

Cons: A little pricey, but you get a lot of food

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Whether chocolate, vanilla or strawberry is your flavor, Milk has something to satisfy your sweet tooth. This storefront cafe revolves around dairy products, from house-made brownie and banana split sundaes to thick coffee and strawberry…

 

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