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MILK question..

yum Apr 28, 2007 12:42 PM

do they do take outs on their sweets? and if so, what do you recommend? going to a dinner and thought it'd be a cute gift. around 10 people..or if you have other suggestions thanks!

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  1. SauceSupreme Apr 28, 2007 12:43 PM

    Yes they do. Don't know about packaging, as I've always gotten mine to go in a white paper bag.

    Other suggestions include pastries to go at either Doughboys or Little Next Door or Joan's on Third.

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      JeetJet Apr 28, 2007 01:27 PM

      The Blue Velvet Cake (smooth cream cheese and Blue berries -- OMG) and Strawberry Shortcakes (more like scones – Hard, not fluffy) are packaged individually in hard clear plastic containers that travel very well. I really recommend having a shake and a chocolate chocolate chip cookie while you are there. Not many tables but you will get one. The bon bons are also good and maybe you should buy a dozen for $3, mix the flavors and let the people in your group each some to get an idea of what MILK is about. I also noticed a customer try several flavors of ice cream just like Baskin Robins offers before she decided on a chocolate mint cone (Also soooo gooood). I have not had any food items yet but did notice that the salads look good. Last week we ate at Carney's on Sunset (Chilli-Dogs) and then went to Milk for deseart. A great afternoon.

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      1. re: JeetJet
        mrpullings Apr 28, 2007 07:01 PM

        THey have fantastic travelling freezer bags w/ their logo on them. (They may be a little pricey - can't remember) Bought one & filled it w/ a couple of pints of ice cream - made a great hostess/host gift.

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        yum Apr 29, 2007 07:36 AM

        thanks guys!

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