Newsletter: The one place in Los Angeles to buy the best yogurt in America

In this week's Tasting Notes newsletter, restaurant critic Bill Addison reveals his love of White Moustache yogurt, available in Los Angeles only at Eataly.
Bill Addison • Los Angeles Times • July 27, 2019
Before I went to live with my friend Helen in Brooklyn for a while last year, she texted me and asked, “What do you eat for breakfast?” “Very little,” I replied. “Maybe some yogurt.” The first morning in her apartment, I glanced inside the...
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