There is never a bad time for a frozen treat but summer in Seattle definitely brings out the cravings for ice cream. A decade ago in Seattle you would have had a tough time finding a locally made scoop but times have changed and now we have local scoop shops from one end of town to the other–lucky us!
If you love pumpkin-flavored foods, be sure to check out these Seattle eateries for their pumpkin-inspired breakfast foods, desserts, treats and drinks.
Dad deserves a day away from the grill and a meal served up just the way he likes it. Try one of these great Seattle area locations for brunch, lunch or happy hour on Father’s Day.
On Monday, March 12, it’s the 100th anniversary of the Girl Scouts of America. To celebrate, Seattle’s Downtonwn, Wallingford, Capitol Hill and Queen Anne Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream is celebrating with free kids-sized scoops of Scout Mint starting at 12:00pm for the day!
Besides his love for jelly beans, Ronald Reagan apparently liked ice cream. He designated July as National Ice Cream Month in 1984. He also appointed the third Sunday in July as National Ice Cream Day. This year it lands on Sunday, July 17th.