The Seattle dessert scene is rife with all-star cakes, cookies, pies, and ice cream. We’ve rounded up the best of them to help you satisfy your cravings.
Nothing like a good, old-fashioned sundae topped with vanilla ice cream, hot fudge, and roasted house-made marshmallow. At Shug’s Soda Fountain and Ice Cream, every element is of the highest quality.
Lolli & Pops
As its name suggests, Lolli & Pops is a premium purveyor of confections and sweets worldwide. Since its founding in 2012, it has grown to 38 locations nationwide.
Their mission is simple: make every day delicious. That means offering a candy selection that will satisfy any sweet tooth and give you an excellent opportunity to try new things (like rice crispy treats with mix-ins like cereal, toasted coconut, sprinkles, and popcorn).
It also has exciting sodas and drinks like Martian Poop and orange Crush, specialty truffles, gummies, and a dazzling display of international candies. You can even buy a glass bear-shaped jar to take home some of your favorite treats later.
Its staff is always available to answer questions and help you find the perfect sweet for your sugar cravings. Their bulk candy is a good option for those on a budget, and you can also buy refillable mason jars to save money in the long run.
The Confectionary is an upscale candy boutique that carries a variety of gummies, sours, licorice, chocolates & truffles. Its classic old-fashioned storefront has an eye-catching display case, and its interior is a candy lovers paradise.
A small room of miniature hot-air balloons hangs from the ceiling, and portholes line one wall. There are brightly colored lollipops and marshmallow displays and even a few surprises are to be had.
Located at the heart of Pike Place Market, Curio Confections is the brainchild of Maria Friedman, a baker with an adventurous spirit. She opened the shop with only one employee, and it has grown into one of Seattle’s most charming independent businesses.
The store has a few high-end confectionary offerings, including a chocolate-dipped spoon, a Holy Crack bar (dark chocolate with crushed Oreos and peanuts), and other tasty delights that are sure to please the sweet tooth in your life. We recommend a visit. It’s also a fun place to eat – the Triple Coconut Cream Pie is something we’ve had on our must-try list for years!
This is the place to go if you’re looking for a big sweet treat. Their offerings include various gums, liquid candies, gummies, hard candies, and chocolates. They also offer a striking food truck that caters for your next event or party. They’re a slick operation and can be booked via phone or email. Their signature gummy pig is a must-try, especially for the kiddos.
They also have a few other fun games like a mini golf course and an old-fashioned soda shop with a tasty menu of shakes and malts. Located in Pike Place Market at 85 Pike Street, Room 500. b.a.
– Seattle, Washington, 98101. – Affectionately known as Sweeties, this is one of the oldest candy stores in town and is still going strong. They have much to offer and are proud to have been around for over 68 years.
Their website is a gold mine of info.
Hello, Robin is a bakery that sells cookies and ice cream sandwiches, but the cookie-based treats stand out. Founded by Robin Wehl Martin on the advice of her friend Molly Moon, the Capitol Hill shop has become a local institution for its soft-baked, Molly Moon’s-flavored offerings.
The classic chocolate chip is their best seller, but they also make a variety of gluten-free, vegan, and seasonal flavors. Their s’more cookies feature a dark chocolate chip base topped with graham crackers and miniature marshmallows. Their birthday cake sports vanilla cookies with white chocolate and enough sprinkles to outshine an entire sundae.
Hello, Robin also offers take-and-bake cookie dough, making it easy to bake your batch of cookies at home. You can even get a gift box of their sweets to send to friends or family as a thoughtful present. They offer delivery through Postmates, so you can order from your home and have your cookies delivered to your doorstep.
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