It definitely seems like unicorn food is everywhere these days. And while that is magical, let’s face it: not everyone is into the unicorn trend. Some people gravitate towards darker colors in life. And that is perfectly fine as well. Enter the goth ice cream waffle cone, courtesy of Little Damage in Los Angeles.
The downtown LA family run ice cream shop is trending thanks to their moody reprieve to the technicolor food craze. So, what makes the cone turn black? It’s not food coloring. Little Damage uses activated charcoal to give it that deep dark look. So aside from its eye catching looks, there are some health benefit to this cone. Activated charcoal is often used to absorb impurities and toxins in the body.
If you want a pop of color with your goth cone, Little Damage has you covered. With flavors like beet and mango sticky rice, and toppings such as Fruity Pebbles or popcorn, you can have the best of both worlds. But if you’re really going for the all-black vibe, they even have an almond charcoal ice cream to match. The black on black combo is a big aesthetic treat, the reviews are in and people are loving the flavor too. Apparently the sweet and light almond flavor mixed with the rich and deep charcoal flavor is a big win.
But let’s be honest, the main reason you’re curious about going to Little Damage is because you want to get that spring ice cream snap for your Instagram page. With the goth cone and colorful toppings, you’ve got an guaranteed instagram worthy dessert.
The flavors change daily and they are quick to offer up tasting samples. You can check out their official Instagram page…. and now that your mouth is watering for soft serve ice cream, head to Little Damage if you happen to be in LA. They are open every day from noon to 10pm. If you can’t satisfy your urge with their Instagram.