Located inside The Original Farmer’s Market on 3rd and Fairfax, Bennett’s is another classic LA establishment and your go-to spot when Grove anxieties have hit unsustainable levels. Serving house-made ice cream since 1946, you can feel confident picking up one of their famous frozen bananas or ice cream sundaes - but for our money, the best thing here is the cabernet sauvignon sorbet. You read that right. It’s slightly sweet, incredibly fresh, and legitimately tastes like wine. Stay blessed. Cash only.
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