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Petal covered cupcakes, blooming teas, rose and lavender lattes, and even ice cubes with real flowers inside... flower cafes are popping up all over the world in the latest trend of Instagrammable food and drink you have to see to believe.
Between decadent cheese pulls, yolk porn, and vibrant smashed avocado on rye, you can find some weird and wonderful foods on Instagram! Here are some accounts you should follow right now.
A sweet little spot that just opened up in a residential part of LA away from the hustle & bustle of the main streets, serving up some of the best-tasting cold-pressed juices on the spot, as well as some delicious healthy food & righteous java. It's climbing the charts as the new local favorite.
A unique ice cream parlor with a forward-thinking concept! Worldly flavors captured in organic icecream form - along with delicious cones & toppings!
Seasonal menus, cocktails with house-grown ingredients, farmers market fresh vegetables, and gourmet ingredients at this rustic-chic restaurant in the heart of the Arts District in Downtown LA. The upscale cuisine has a personality all its own and will not disappoint even the most sensitive palate.
A unique bar in the heart of Downtown LA offering up delicious vegan bar food with some Asian-American flair that will leave your taste buds dancing and your hunger fully satiated. Just be prepared for that expensive parking.
Possibly the best/ only reason to go out of your way & visit Atwater Village in LA, Momed offers just about anything you can want, from delicious, creamy cocktails, indulgent food that is sure to please everyone in your party, & one of the most relaxing patios around.
Fresh-made plant-based dishes with a side of flair & a chic "downtown" vibe abound at this chill little restaurant. It offers some of the most unique concepts in food trending at the moment, from cold-pressed juice cocktails, locally-sourced & exotic ingredients, & a comfortable atmosphere.
What do you do when you have a food intolerance? This problem is actually a lot more common than you would think!