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Molly Moon’s – Bellevue Flagship

Long Lines at Molly Moon's Ice Cream in the summer.

Location

70 102nd Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004 

Description

Molly Moon’s Ice Cream, located in the heart of Downtown Bellevue, this city is the next biggest, just east of Seattle past Lake Washington. While you are here, check out the many hot spots in Bellevue such as Bellevue Downtown Park, and Meydenbauer Bay Park, and find out why Bellevue is one of the best family friendly cities to visit, with its many parks and indoor attractions.

If you’re looking to indulge your sweet tooth, you’ve come to the right place! Molly Moon’s is a Seattle local favorite for ice cream lovers. Classic flavors like Salted Caramel, Melted Chocolate, and Yeti are always a hit, and are accompanied by new flavors on the menu every season.

No matter where you are in Seattle, there’s a Molly Moon’s near you – Wallingford, Capitol Hill, Madrona, Queen Anne, U Village and Columbia City, and on the Eastside in Redmond and Bellevue. The newest shop in Bellevue is perfectly located right across from Bellevue Downtown Park. And if the line at the Bellevue Flagship shop is a little long, walk around the corner and try out the Bellevue Walk-up shop, just steps away from the Bellevue Downtown Park Playground.

Where are Molly Moon's ingredients sourced?

Molly Moon’s is very passionate about creating ice creams and sorbets that are not only delicious but also mindful of the environment and their community. The ingredients are carefully selected from small, local farmers who share their values. They use milk and cream from hormone-free dairy cows at Edaleen Dairy Farm, a local Washington family-owned farm, and incorporate organic fruits and spices from the Pacific Northwest. Sugar from Idaho, lavender from Sequim, and honey from the foothills of the Olympics are just a few of the locally-sourced ingredients they use. When they can’t find what they need in the area, they work with local partners like Theo Chocolate and Stumptown Coffee to ensure their ingredients are organic and fair-trade. So, please, come on in and savor their ice creams and sorbets with the knowledge that your choice is making a positive impact on our local community!

How many flavors of ice cream does Molly Moon's make?

Molly Moon’s has a daily menu of fifteen different tempting flavors of ice cream available. Ten of them are always on their menu, while the other four rotate with the seasons and what’s fresh in the northwest. Can’t decide? You’ll love “the flight” option, which lets you try a little taste of all fifteen flavors – it’s only slightly more expensive than ordering just two scoops, and it’s perfect for sharing with a friend or two! Come by Molly Moon’s and treat yourself to something sweet today!

And did you know that Molly Moons makes their own ice cream? And when they say it’s fresh and homemade, they absolutely mean it! Their ice cream is crafted with care in one of their eight kitchens located right in the back of their scoop shops. How cool is that?

Who is the owner of Molly Moon Ice Cream in Seattle?

Ice cream is one of the things that make the world a happier place, and Molly Moon Neitzel knows that better than anyone. In 2008, Molly opened her very first scoop shop, determined to create a warm and welcoming gathering place for the lovely people of Seattle. With a passion for ice cream and a heart full of love, Molly has built Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream, a community-driven enterprise that serves more than just delicious treats.

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