Organic ingredients, kosher certification, and owner Desiree Adl-Revivo’s cupcake passion combine to create each hourly batch of Famous Cupcakes' cupcakes. More than 15 flavors, from classic to seasonal to specialty (vary daily), grace the menu. The indecisive can experiment with a sampler dozen, which includes red velvet, Va-va-va-nilla, Chocolicious, and 24-karat. Place an order online at least 45 minutes in advance. The cupcakes stay fresh for four days, can be frozen for 30 days, and keep for decades if buried underground in a styrofoam container.
Walking into Mickey Fine Pharmacy & Grill, one may get the sensation of having stepped into a snapshot of the past. “The Beverly Hills business lays claim to being the only remaining pharmacy in the region with a counter and soda fountain, where patrons can enjoy old-time favorites such as egg-cream sodas and hand-spun malted shakes,” says a reporter for the Los Angeles Business Journal. Perched at the original pharmacy counter, which has been serving food since 1962, customers hoist hunger-defeating burgers or freshly grilled sandwiches. Servers deliver hand-spun milk shakes and malts crafted with artisan ice cream and crowned with whipped cream like a court summons from King Candy. The aisles are still stocked with beauty and healthcare products, which customers peruse, distracted by the aromas of espresso, breakfast burritos, and housemade meatloaf.
This epic trove of gear from Live Nation–signed acts includes truckfuls of shirts ($5–$10), jackets ($25–$35), caps, CDs, glasses, mugs, and more (starting at $3). Memorabilia bears the likeness or logos of various Live Nation acts, including U2, Justin Timberlake, Madonna, The Beatles, and more. Heavily discounted, this swag is unavailable almost anywhere else besides at the concerts themselves. This deal is only good for sample- and trunk-sale merchandise and is not valid for food, drink, or the purchasing of groupies.