Sweet Rose Creamery treats Downtown L.A. Arts District to pop up ice cream delights

Photo Credit: Cida Fukushima

Photo Credit: Cida Fukushima

Sweet Rose Creamery, a small batch ice cream shop, is known for Executive Chef and owner Shiho Yoshikawa’s dedication to making the best ice cream possible out of fresh, organic dairy ingredients and farmer’s market fruits and produce. Every Saturday and Sunday in July, Sweet Rose Creamery will be bringing the taste of their Brentwood, Santa Monica and Mid-City locations to Downtown Los Angeles. In conjunction with the Woo Souvenir Shop in the Arts District, Sweet Rose Creamery will be doing a pop up ice cream parlor.

Photo Credit: Cida Fukushima

Photo Credit: Cida Fukushima

Saturday’s treats will be dedicated to frozen treat novelties, including the popular Seasonal Fruit Pops, Classic Ice Cream Sandwiches, Vahlrona Fudge Pops and many more delicious items. Sundays will feature classic ice cream flavors such as Salted Caramel, Old Fashioned Vanilla and Fresh Mint with Handmade Chocolate Chips. Also on Sunday, seasonal flavors such as Rasputin Stout, Peaches and Cream and Blueberry Muffin will be available to enjoy.

While you are there enjoying your frozen treats, you are invited to see owner Stacy Woo’s Modern California Bohemian Style signature “little woo” and “under woo” clothing, as well as handmade baskets, totes and jewelry. Sweet Rose Creamery’s pop up location will be at Woo Souvenir Shop, located at 209 South Garey Strret, Los Angeles, CA 90013. Their phone number is (213) 687-4800.The pop-up hours are 3 p.m.to 9 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday through the end of July. For additional information visit:

www.sweetrosecreamery.com

Ed Simon

About Ed Simon

Ed is a native of Los Angeles who loves food and food cultures. Whether he's looking for the best ceviche in Colombia, the best poke in Hawaii, the best tequila in Jalisco or the best Taiwanese Beef Roll in Los Angeles, it's all good food! He also loves a good drink. He's had Mai Tais in Hawaii, Bourbon in Kentucky, Tequila in Mexico and Rum in Jamaica. His wine escapades have taken him to Napa, Sonoma, the Willamette Valley and the Santa Ynez Valley. And he's had beer all over the world! Music is another of Ed's passion, writing and interviewing many classic rock, rock and blues musicians. Getting the great stories of road experiences from them is a particular delight. Traveling also fits in with Ed's writing, exploring all over to find the most interesting places to visit, even in out of the way areas.
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