He apparently tips nicely, too.
The owner of Scoops says he's "pretty disappointed that Chego is closing," but still sees many strengths in the neighborhood.
This has to be good news when it's 20 degrees hotter than Scoops Westside.
But even great ice cream can't deflect the gentrification charges.
"Now that I think about it, I had pies three days this week! I really do have a problem with pie."
Not only that, but the burger flavored treat appears to be selling out.
Some of 2011's most anticipated projects will see their debut at the anti-hunger fund-raiser.
Crust erroneously calls it the city's first pie pop-up. How soon they forget.
"We always drink, like, waaay too much coffee and sometimes we go to 'the bad place' with it."
The 40-year-old pizza place says it's been hit too hard by the economic downturn to remain open.
Carmela makes seasonal flavors using organic nuts, fruits, spices, and herbs sourced at local farmer's markets.
New comfort tastes hit L.A.
Lemonade is now making sweet and healthy treats on Abbot-Kinney.