How Antico Makes Its Must-Try Strawberry Ice Cream

In a town with plenty of amazing frozen treats, Antico’s smooth, richly flavorful strawberry is the créme de la cream
Hailey Eber • Los Angeles Magazine • June 24, 2020
These days the scoop everyone is screaming for is the strawberry ice cream at Antico. Since it opened last summer the east Larchmont Village trattoria has garnered acclaim for both its pastas and its ice creams, which have drawn food-world...
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