Country Fare

Seattle’s best artisan ice cream vendors offered up the sweet stuff yesterday at Palace Ballroom. Seattle Met got the scoop.

By Seattle Met Staff August 12, 2009


Finally, someone figured out what to do with all the gourmet ice cream being churned out in this town. That someone was Tom Douglas, who, on Tuesday, August 11th converted the Palace Ballroom into an old-school country fair complete with a ring toss, photo booth, and treats galore. Dahlia Bakery was on hand with delicacies, and Douglas invited artisan ice cream enterprises Poco Carreto (the gelato cart featuring flavors from Holly Smith of Cafe Juanita), Parfait, Molly Moon’s, Empire, Half-Pint, and Full Tilt to share their wares. A sweet time was had by all.

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