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Main Street Village - Top Five Dessert Spots in Irvine, CA

Top 5 Dessert Destinations in Irvine

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As a resident of Main Street Village apartments in Irvine, CA, you'll find sweet treats all over town. Here are the top five dessert spots located only a short drive from your apartment.

Cookies & Cupcakes

You can get those and more at Patty's Cakes and Desserts. This award-winning spot sells all kinds of baked goods, like gluten-free cookies, cupcakes, party cakes, and cake balls. Patty's Cakes and Desserts also has delivery in Irvine.


Modo Hawaii offers rotating flavors of mochi donuts. Mochi, a Japanese short-grain rice flour, gives these a denser, chewier texture. Located in the heart of Irvine, CA, Main Street Village apartment residents are only a 15-minute drive from a dozen or two of these fan-favorites.

Ice Cream

Somisomi serves ah-boong, a Koren fish-shaped waffle cones filled with your choice of soft-serve ice cream. The flavor options include standards such as vanilla, chocolate, strawberry, and some novelty flavors varying by location. Somisomi also partners with local organizations to raise funds for the community.


At Honey & Butter Macarons, these tiny sandwich cookies are served in various flavors. The macarons are available for purchase in half-dozen or dozen sets. The flavors are updated on their website weekly. In addition to its primary location, Honey & Butter Macarons has several pop-up locations throughout CA.

Italian Ice

Nothing beats California’s sun like the Italian ice served at Joe's Italian Ice. This cool spot has over 100 flavors of Italian ice to be complemented with toppings or a scoop of custard. Joe's Italian Ice also offers catering for corporate events, birthdays, and weddings.

Main Street Village residents have every reason to visit these dessert shops and enjoy a fun, locally sourced treat.

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