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Neveux Artisan Ice Cream Cafe Opens on Melrose

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Smack dab between L.A. Eyeworks and Crossroads sits a tiny nook of an ice cream parlor called Neveux which opened one week ago on September 2. The owner, Leo Neveux serves a full roster of coffee drinks brewed with beans sourced from 49th Parallel roasters based in Canada (Espresso Cielo also uses these beans), teas, and a few French pastries, but the real draw here is his artisan ice cream. Perhaps a new competitor for Milk and Scoops not terribly far away, Neveux serves creative flavors like coconut-curry-lemongrass, cherry-chai-latté, honey-lavender, creme fraiche, strawberry-balsamic, and butterscotch-rosemary made from organic ingredients. A small scoops costs $3.75, or you can take a pint home for $6. The cafe itself is simply designed with white walls, hanging lights, and bistro chairs beside two-tops. Hours of operation run Sun to Thu 9AM-8PM, Fri and Sat, 9AM-9PM. [EaterWire]

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