We can now add Milk Bar to the list of popular NYC food destinations that make their way to LA. The bakery/dessert shop is located on Melrose and La Brea, and there are lines wrapping around the block pretty much all day. If you’re looking to get your hands on some birthday truffles or cereal milk soft serve without having to wait 45 minutes, we recommend going late-night. Milk Bar is open until midnight on weekdays and 2am on the weekends when you can pretty much walk right up to the cash register.
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