Besides the great sorbetti, the spots have friendly staff, good music and a relaxed atmosphere. Spirited smoothies, such as the peach Bellini and sangría give a little kick to the norm. $3.50/1 scoop, $4.50/2 scoops.
With help from a Snoqualmie ice cream base, apple fritters and maple bars find their way into the mix. Not all the shops serve scoops, however. $2.19/kid’s size, $3.28/1 scoop, $4.38/2 scoops; $3.78/pint.
The portions are huge for the price, and the Bellingham shop has the most generous seating, in a brick building in the Fairhaven Historical District. $2.50/kid’s size, $3.75/2 scoops, $4.75/3 scoops, $5.75/4 scoops.
Cruise by, if only for the history, and you’ll be pleasantly surprised that this place has been hiding in plain sight all along. Ice cream $3.50/1 scoop, $5/2 scoops; frozen yogurt, $3/small, $3.50/medium, $4/large.
Local summer fruits find a place in the ice cream case, including Tiny’s organic nectarines and Alm Hill Gardens’ blueberries. The modern-meets-traditional white space provides a few chairs for sitting a spell.
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For more subtle notes, try the green tea ice cream. The Bainbridge store is sparsely decorated and brightly lit, with benches set under an umbrella out front. $3.65/1 scoop, $5.65/2 scoops, 69 cents/waffle cone.
Try the honey lavender with Sequim-sourced florals and honey from the foothills of the Olympics. The shop recently launched a Hello Robin habañero orange chocolate chip cookie dough flavor (hot diggety!), and vegans will enjoy one of the many sorbets.