Ice cream tastes better when topped with nostalgia, no? Try these ice cream parlors and soda fountains with retro flair in Los Angeles.
Old fashioned, creamy ice cream and even some modern frozen yogurt. The Bennett Bar will knock your socks off and frozen bananas aren't too shabby either.
An anytime choice for solid diner far in an authentic 1950s setting. Try the fried chicken with waffles or mashed potatoes and gravy. Don't miss out on a milkshake.
Maybe LA's best ice cream parlor. Classic flavors like Rocky Road are top notch, and Yuzu and Mexican Chocolate are a little more exotic. Try a one-scoop hot fudge or marshmallow sundae.
Fun little diner on the outskirts of Alhambra. Try the fluffy pancakes, retro soda fountain treats (specifically the sundaes) and the onion-fest Stinko burger.
Always great for late night and pretending that you're living in the '60s. Breakfast anytime and dreamy ice cream treats, like the orange-vanilla 50/50 shake.
Originally located in Pasadena, this soda fountain serves up Fosselman's Ice Cream and all the frosty treats you can handle. The Smores Sundae is a standout.
Bypass the food and go straight for the ice cream treats. A real-life soda jerk serves up giant root beer floats, sundaes and banana splits. It's pure bliss for ice cream (and old timey) lovers.