Lemeir Mitchell opens water ice dessert shop on Melrose

Lemeir Mitchell is expanding his water ice food truck operation with a bricks-and-mortar shop on Melrose.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • June 23, 2020
On Friday afternoon, 24 hours before Lemeir Mitchell opened Happy Ice on Melrose Avenue, the 28-year-old sat and stared at the rainbow-colored room around him. Cloudlike light fixtures hung from the ceiling. The dessert shop’s logo, written in...
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