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Best CCC in L.A.? That's chocolate chip cookies to those of you whose teenagers don't text them abbreviations all the time ...

Laist has a list today of the best Chocolate Chip Cookies in town.

Here is the list:

1. Cafe Dulce (Little Tokyo)
2. DeLuscious Cookies & Milk (Hancock Park)
3. Diddy Riese Cookies (Westwood)
4. Dutch Oven Bakery (Altadena)
5. Froma (Fairfax District)
6. Ice Cream Plus (West Hollywood)
7. Lido Bakery (Manhattan Beach)
8. Porto’s Bakery (Burbank)
9. Proof Bakery (Atwater Village)
10. Snookies Cookies & More (Glendale)

Here is the link: http://laist.com/2011/08/04/choose_yo...

I've had DR -- love them, but they are sort of sweet. I've had Snookies, delivered -- they're pretty good. I like the chocolate chunk cookies from Il Tramezzino -- chunk, chip, what's the diff? I like that Galeta place in Westwood when DR is too crowded. The others -- I can't remember.

Anyone have a fave?

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Diddy Riese Cookies
926 Broxton Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90024

Lido Bakery
3001 N Sepulveda Blvd, D Manhattan Beach, CA 90266

Il Tramezzino
110 Westwood Plaza, Los Angeles, CA 90095

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  1. i like just about anything that comes out of Proof Bakery. I think they're fantastic.

    1. I think you have to qualify this by a very important distinction: Chewy or crispy. There are definitely two types of CCC lovers in the world and what would be a favorite of one would not necessarily be of the other. I LOVE Proof but think their CCC are just okay. I think DR's are atrocious. I'll qualify by saying I haven't had all the cookies on that list, but thus far I don't have any favorites in L.A. BUT, I am also a crispy cookie lover. Sometimes Le Pain Quotidian has amazing crisp CCC, but they seem to go stale incredibly quickly and I just as often get a terrible one as a wonderful one. Cheers!

      1. CCC is a fantastic phrase for Scattergories.

          1. re: MahiMahiFish

            TOTALLY agree - Clementine. They make it just the way I like it - thin, crispy on the outside, a bit gooey more towards the middle. And when you bite into a chip part, it's mostly melted rather than being a hard chip. And so so chewy!! mouth is watering just thinking about them...

          2. Haven't had all these cookies, but I agree that Snookies is great.

            I also like the chocolate chip cookies at Lady Di's Cookies in Valencia, and Wonderland Bakery in LA.