Peddler's Creamery

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Peddler's Creamery
Downtown

Everyone knows ice cream tastes best when it's churned by bicycle. There’s something about a little exercise that makes your sweets even sweeter.  Peddler's Creamery, now with a storefront in hip DTLA, has capitalized on this universal truth.  They offer house-made (and often customer-churned) ice cream, sorbet and vegan desserts prepared with local and organic ingredients.

Edward Belden, Peddler’s founder, started his sustainable-centric creamery as a single bike unit that could be set up all over Los Angeles.  In 2012 he ran a successful Kickstarter campaign to open a brick-and-mortar in Downtown LA and now sweet-seeking foodies can swing by, peddle up a small batch and enjoy quality ice cream.

Venue name: Peddler's Creamery
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Address: 458 S. Main Street
Los Angeles

Opening hours: Mon-Thu, Sun Noon-10pm; Fri-Sat Noon-11pm
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