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Food

Here, There, and Every-Square: Sweet Square Bars Go Retail

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Sweet Square's S'mores Bar (Lindsay William-Ross/LAist)
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Last fall we talked with Samantha Page and Camilla Yates, whose delectable Sweet Square dessert bars were available by order for fans of hand-held treats that don't involve the word "cupcake." If you didn't have the chance or occasion to order up a batch of their squares, you might find yourself somewhere in the city where you can bite into one of their bars. Sweet Squares have gone retail, and are now available for purchase at several locations in Los Angeles. Page and Yates share with us that they're "offering large, individually packaged versions of [their] delicious Toffee Brownies, Magic Cookie Bars, Oatmeal Fruit Squares, Peanut Butter & Jelly Bars, and S'mores Bars."

You'll find the bars on the Baby's Badass Burgers food truck, via The Lunch Daily and at Bel Air Foods in Bel Air, Bob's Market in Santa Monica, Larchmont Village Wine Spirits and Cheese, The Place at Constellation in Century City, and Vicente Foods in Brentwood.

Swee-eeeeet!