Overall experience was ok. I wasn't happy that there were a few vendors that decided they just weren't going to show up. That was disappointing. The VIP line basically did nothing for us because we had to wait in a huge line anyways to get in and they were filtering people in a few at a time. Also, a few of the staff there were rude to us. Probably won't buy again, it's just a one time experience sort of thing.
Lines we're "ExXTREMELY LONGGGG" that alone is a turn OFF not going bac
Too crowded. Lines were way too long for such tiny samples.
Lines and wait time too long in most booths. Most sample size are too small. Good selections of merchants and delicious samples.
From Our Editors
Taking a page out of Restaurant Week's playbook, Dessert Week LA curates a selection of the city's best confections, pies, and ice creams. But instead of asking folks to travel all over town, the event brings it all together at one festival. On October 15, sweets aficionados will get a chance to sample all of the top 25 finalists. These include Wanderlust Creamery, Susiecakes, and Ridges Churro Bar.
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