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Diddy Riese
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926 Broxton Ave Los Angeles, CA 90024
926 Broxton AvenueUSCaliforniaLos Angeles90024
$Cookie Shop, Dessert Restaurant
Cookie Shop
Dessert Restaurant
Ice Cream Shop
Today 11AM–12AM
Wednesday 11AM–12AMThursday 11AM–12AMFriday 11AM–1AMSaturday 12PM–1AMSunday 12PM–12AMMonday 11AM–12AMTuesday 11AM–12AM
Diddy Riese Cookies first opened it’s doors in 1984 and has been serving high quality cookies, brownies and ice cream—at very reasonable prices—to the Los Angeles community ever since.
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Locals line up for cookies, brownies & ice cream at this popular veteran shop with sidewalk seating.- Google
"I love their white chocolate macadamia nut cookies."
"YIKES! They have cookies, ice cream cookie sandwich, shaved ice, even brownies."
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Nelly Chang
2 months ago
This place is awesome. The line is always long but the wait isn't that bad. Their ice cream sandwich used to be a 1.25... but over the years it's gone up to $2 now. But it's still a reasonable price. They have a huge variety of cookies and they all taste awesome.
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Michael Sanborn
2 months ago
There's often a long line, and for a good reason. They have delicious, freshly baked cookies that are baked fresh throughout the day, and they're very reasonably priced. The sundae and ice cream sandwich are two of my favorites. Highly recommended, but bring cash.
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Jarrett Kaufman
2 months ago
My girlfriend had heard the legend of this place, so we finally went recently to see what it was all about. We got lucky and had only about a 10-minute wait (the lines are usually enormous), during which we noticed that the exceptionally extensive menu was also shockingly cheap. It would have been perfectly normal to see prices 2-3X higher elsewhere. And once we got our ice cream cookie sandwiches and brownies, they were absolutely killer. Worth the 2-3X others might have charged. So go there. Especially if you're on a college budget.
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George Germanos
2 months ago
This place is a UCLA landmark. It's actually part of the orientation tour. They have a ton of different kinds of cookies and ice cream flavors and nothing is overpriced. There's usually a really long wait. If cookies and ice cream is your thing, this is your place.
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Marc-Louis Paprzyca
5 months ago
Pick your own cookie and ice cream flavors to create a decadent ice cream sandwich. The lines are long but move fast in the shop. You can even buy a dozen leftover cookies for cheap to bring home. The prices are good and the sandwiches are great. You must stop here if you're in the area.
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Danny Nguyen
2 months ago
I don't really understand why everytime on any day there's a long line all the way out the door. I mean, the cookies are good, but the ice cream is just okay. To me, there is no real distinct ice cream flavor that sets it apart from the rest. But I mean I guess its great cause its only 1.75 for two cookies and a scoop of ice cream. So I guess I'll give that to them, there's a good deal. But is it worth waiting over 30 mins in line? Probably not.
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Craig Foster
2 months ago
One of the best ice cream cookie sandwiches I've ever had. I love their white chocolate macadamia nut cookies. And all their ice cream. There's something for everyone
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ginger k.
2 months ago
I remember when they used to sell hot dogs and muffins. Now they're just sticking to what they do best--Cookies and ice cream. 3 cookies for $1, take THAT Mrs. Fields. We always stop here whenever we're in westwood and get a dozen or so cookies. Parking is non-existent, so have someone drop you off while they drive around, or park in the structure south of Stan's donuts (fees vary)


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