Little Damage is an ice cream shop based in Los Angeles that is receiving many new visitors who are after its all-black ice cream cones. The so-called "goth" waffle cone gets its color from charcoal and can be served with an almond charcoal ice cream to create a frozen summer treat that's mostly devoid of color.
Part of the reason that this all-black ice cream cone has become such a phenomenon is because it has emerged at the same time as a number of unicorn- or rainbow-colored foods. Some are even calling Little Damage's black waffle cone the "antithesis to unicorn food."
Over the past year or so, consumers and creative chefs have completely reinvented the waffle cone in terms of form, flavor and texture, making the cones as impressive as the ice cream that it holds.
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