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Here’s the Scoop

Don’t miss these sweet stops for ice cream across the city.

By Jackie Varriano

With dozens of ice cream spots featuring everything from classic scoops of chocolate and vanilla to adventurous licks with hints of smoked pine or salted date, the toughest question for ice cream lovers in Seattle is: two scoops or three?

A brown hand holding a waffle cone wrapped in orange paper with two scoops of white ice cream against an orange backdrop Frankie &Jo's AJ Ragasa

Molly Moon’s

Molly Moon’s has become one of Seattle’s iconic scoop spots, thanks to flavors like Scout Mint (made with Thin Mint cookies) and Melted Chocolate. At her U-District store, Moon teams up with nearby cookie biz Hello Robin to create delectable cookie sandwiches.
2615 NE 46th St;

Shug’s Soda Fountain

Channel your inner kid at this adorable soda fountain shop. Split a S’More sundae with roasted house-made marshmallows and hot fudge or a classic egg cream with Fox’s U-Bet chocolate syrup. Indulge in a grown-up version with a prosecco float or the Happy Pants, with Aperol, Shug’s specialty orange soda, prosecco, and a scoop of vanilla ice cream.
1525 First Ave;

Frankie and Jo’s

You don’t have to be vegan to fall in love with the flavors at this innovative Capitol Hill shop. From the moody, charcoal-colored Salty Caramel Ash to the coconut-cardamom California Cabin with notes of smoked pine, Frankie and Jo’s will expand the way you think about ice cream.
1010 E Union St;

Nutty Squirrel Gelato

This sunny Phinney Ridge shop specializes in the creamiest, dreamiest Italian-style gelato, focusing on traditional flavors like pistachio and chocolate-flecked stracciatella alongside seasonal treats like mascarpone fig and blood orange sorbetto. Grab a scoop, or have any flavor whirled into a milkshake.
7212 Greenwood Ave N;


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