Looking for a place to enjoy soft serve ice cream in Seattle this summer? Check out this pop-up in Pioneer Square!
There’s nothing like a soft serve ice cream cone on a hot, sunny day. Now that it’s officially summer in Seattle, you might be on the hunt for the best ice cream options in the city. Allow us to direct you to The Pastry Project’s “Soft Serve Summer.” They just opened their pop-up window in June for a second season of creating some of the most delicious soft serve ice cream in Seattle.
Read on for all the yummy details!
The Pastry Project is serving soft serve ice cream from their walk-up window at 165 South Main Street now through September—but only for a few hours every week. You can catch them from 1:00 to 8:00 p.m. on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
The soft serve pop-up is offering two flavors of ice cream: chocolate milk and a purple-hued vanilla. You can also order ice cream sandwiches, shakes, and ice cream cake slices.
Arguably the best part of their soft serve ice cream cones is the variety of delicious toppings that they offer. These toppings include rainbow peanut crunch, coconut cake crumbs, hard shell chocolate, and more. And if ice cream isn’t your thing, you’ll also be able to purchase The Pastry Project’s frozen cookie dough at the window.
The best part about this soft serve pop-up is that it’s for a good cause. The Pastry Project offers a free 14-week baking and pastry training program to individuals who face barriers in the industry. They fund this training by selling classes, products, subscriptions, and so on—and by creating events like this soft serve pop-up! So make sure to swing by this summer with your friend or your kid and enjoy some ice cream for a good cause.
When: 1:00-8:00 p.m. Friday through Sunday, June through September
Where: Pioneer Square (165 South Main Street)