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Plywood Report Special Edition: MILK

Thanks to global warming, it was 80 degrees yesterday. Made us think ice cream. Then again, we could always eat ice cream. Cue MILK, which opens later this month in the former Richard Tyler boutique on Beverly Boulevard near Grace, BLD, El Coyote, Angelini, and others along Beverly's restaurant row. The man behind MILK is Bret Thompson, most recently the corporate executive chef for the Patina Group. He, along with pastry chef (and fellow Patina alum) Richard Yoshimura, will offer homemade frozen treats like bon bons, ice cream cakes, crunch bars, and ice cream sandwiches, all made from their ice cream. Savory breakfast, lunch and dinner items, pastries, made-to-order specialties for parties, and cooking classes are all a part of the game plan. We were in the neighborhood over the weekend and snapped some pics. Click through for a peek inside. 7290 Beverly Blvd., 323-939-6455.

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Art deco building home to Richard Tyler's star-studded boutique until just a few years ago.

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Putting final touches on the space, but look at those gleaming white tiles!

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A closer look at the menu.

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