Where to find the best summer desserts in L.A.

Where to find the best summer desserts, including vegan water ice, halo halo, mangonadas, patbingsu, funnel cake and peach cobbler.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • July 24, 2020
The dessert landscape of Southern California is a wonderland of ice cream, tarts, cakes, pies and rainbow shaved ice. Here are eight summertime favorites to seek out now. Bouza at Le Mirage Pastry in Anaheim Walking into Le Mirage Pastry in...
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