Food & Drink

The best frozen treats in Seattle means shakes, slushies, and shave ice... with booze!

Published On 06/07/2013 Published On 06/07/2013
A pretty lady examining a frozen thing
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1. Lick Pure Creamery 1424 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122 (Capitol Hill)

This frozen treat slinger's located in the Zaw pizza spot on Cap Hill and offers curious/edgy flavors like Southern Comfort, Sunset Strip, and Pandora's Box.

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2. Bait Shop 606 Broadway E, Seattle, WA 98102 (Capitol Hill)

This Cap Hill dive is the north Broadway outpost of Linda Derschang's ever-growing booze empire, and is as direct as they come. Sidle up for a fish sandwich, fish & chips, or a fried chicken sandwich with a cold brew. A whole mess of other fried foods are also available, along with a number of inventive (and even frozen) cocktails.

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3. Hot Cakes 5427 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 (Ballard)

This boozy desserts-&-more shop features buttercream-colored walls, dark wood, and room for 26.

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4. Marination Ma Kai 1660 Harbor Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116 (West Seattle)

"Ma Kai" means "by the sea," and that's exactly where this waterfront establishment is located. Serving up tasty tacos made from fresh ingredients, this Hawaiian-Korean fusion restaurant is all about finding the best of both worlds and melting them together. There's also a killer beer selection, and you can purchase "Nunya", the secret sauce used by the restaurant on many of its dishes, receiving a free slider or taco with each jar purchase.