With Aug comes a slew of uninformed specials and flavors. Read on to find out where to get piña colada macarons, Neapolitan doughnuts, and calamansi cheesecake ice cream. Plus, review about new specials in partnership with Pearl Jam’s Home Shows and an exciting dessert partnership series from Li’l Woody’s. For some-more ideas for things to eat and drink, check out a full food and drink calendar.
Note: Availability might vary.
Central District Ice Cream
The Central District gem has announced a August lineup of specifically singular and confidant flavors: Raspberry Ricotta Lime, hiss ricotta ice cream with orange liking and white chocolate chips; Sweet Corn Blueberry, honeyed corn ice cream and blueberry ice cream swirls; Pineapple Pandan, pineapple ice cream and pandan ice cream swirls; Mango Jackfruit; Pickled Ginger; and Choc-Nut, a chocolate peanut butter ice cream with choc-nut candy pieces. Plus, they’ll underline dual flavors combined in partnership with cook Tarik Abdullah: Mama’s Pie, a spiced honeyed potato ice cream, and Toasted Coconut, a dairy-free coconut ice cream with ras al hanout spices.
Pioneer Square sandwich mart Delicatus has announced Aug “barbecue month” and will be celebrating with a opposite barbecue-inspired special any week. This week, it’s a South Carolina-inspired pulled pig sandwich with classical mustard grill salsa over braised collard greens and sautéed onions. We’ll refurbish here once subsequent week’s special is announced.
The renouned plant-based ice creamery’s monthly flavors for Aug are all desirous by farm-fresh, anniversary vegetables. Options embody Field Orchard, a bottom done with blended coconut divert and corn kernels with masa cornmeal blondie chunks and house-made spicy cherry-tarragon jam; Fire-Roasted Chocolate Zucchini, with wood-fired zucchini blended into a coconut and cashew divert chocolate bottom with dim chocolate sorcery bombard and zucchini cake chunks; and Tomato Melon Mint, a sherbet with Alvarez Farms watermelon, Tonnemakers Farm heirloom tomatoes, and packet in a coconut divert base.
In partnership with Pearl Jam’s Home Shows, a Georgetown brewery has combined The Home Shows Pale Ale, an “easy-drinking” dim ale with “aromas and flavors of uninformed mandarin orange, completed pineapple and honeydew melon.” $2 per six-pack and 100% of growler sales will be donated to a Vitalogy Foundation to quarrel homelessness in King County.
Heritage Distilling Company
The small-batch qualification distillery has combined a special Pearl Jam Home Shows edition of their award-winning Brown Sugar Bourbon. A apportionment of a deduction from any bottle will go to a Vitalogy Foundation.
The organic dessert mart has announced their new molten cake and vegan shake flavors for August: Blackberry Lavender Molten Cake, a chocolate decline cake and housemade blackberry and lavender stuffing surfaced with Hayton Farms blackberries and lemon almond cookie pulp and served with a dip of vanilla Bluebird ice cream, and Salted Raspberry and Vegan Chocolate Shake, a shake with housemade hiss syrup, sea salt, and organic chocolate chunks blended into Frankie Jo’s brownish-red sugarine vanilla vegan ice cream.
For August’s flavors of a month, a macaron maven is rolling out Princess Torte, a pretty-in-pink movement desirous by a Scandinavian architecture cake filled with churned cream and raspberries and lonesome in marzipan (familiar to Great British Bake-Off fans), and Piña Colada, selected by owner Megan Gordon’s daughter for her birthday.
The burger joint’s stream weekly special is a Double Up Burger, with tartar sauce, ketchup, shredded lettuce, sliced tomatoes, and not one though two quarter-pound Painted Hills grass-fed beef patties with dual slices of American cheese, accessible until Monday, Aug 13. (We’ll refurbish here when a subsequent week’s special is announced.)
Plus, they’re celebrating their second annual Dessert Month with a built lineup of weekly specials from Seattle’s favorite up-and-coming candy suppliers: a yeast-raised doughnut with blue cheese glaze, bacon, and uninformed figs (inspired by Li’l Woody’s a Fig and a Pig burger) from Raised Doughnuts (August 2-5); a little ice cream burger cake from Icebox (August 9-12); snickerdoodles pressed with hiss stuffing and white chocolate chips from Lowrider Baking (August 16-19); and red bean-filled taiyaki with matcha and black sesame ice cream from Matcha Man (August 24-26).
The dear bakery’s summertime menu, accessible by Sep 9, facilities whole wheat cider slider buns and brioche prohibited dog buns ideal for summer barbecues, and a preference of pastries and cookies, including rustic apple and Bing cherry tartlets, mini nectarine inverted cakes, fresh blueberry pies, and “smookies” (a s’more-cookie hybrid, with graham cracker cookie bottom studded with bittersweet chocolate chips and house-made marshmallows). Orders contingency be placed by noon, dual days in advance, by job a Macrina plcae where we would like to collect adult your order.
Molly Moon’s Ice Cream
For August, a internal ice cream mart is teaming adult with Hood Famous Bakeshop for a cheesecake flavor done with a Ballard bakery’s calamansi cheesecake (made with a hybrid citrus used frequently in Filipino cuisine) and internal Bow Hill blueberries. The other monthly flavors embody s’mores, a hazed toasted marshmallow ice cream with homemade sugarine graham cracker membrane and divert chocolate ganache done with Theo Chocolate; vegan director mint, a dairy-free chronicle of their season done with Girl Scout Thin Mint cookies; and apricot sorbet, a dairy-free sorbet done with internal organic apricots from Collin’s Family Orchard. Their monthly sundae is a Home Show Sundae, done with honeyed cream ice cream, pink compote, creatively baked vanilla meringue, churned cream, and a Chukar cherry—all deduction will be donated to Pearl Jam‘s Home Fund to assistance quarrel homelessness.
Salt and Straw
The Portland-based workman ice creamery’s Aug flavors are meant to enthuse we to “eat your vegetables”: Carrot Cake Batter and Pralined Hazelnuts, done with shredded, roasted Nash’s Organic Produce carrots and a spiced bottom with candied hazelnuts and cream cheese frosting; Freckled Chocolate Zucchini Bread, fresh-baked zucchini bread chunks in a speckled chocolate ice cream; Radicchio Jam Soft Cheese, a “grapefruit marmalade”-like jam done with Local Roots radicchio swirled into an ice cream bottom done with soothing camembert-style Mt. Townsend Creamery cheese; Green Fennel Maple, done with Morse Farms’ Vermont maple syrup and uninformed Present Tense Farm fennel; and Beet Red Velvet Cake, a vegan season done with dim gluten-free chocolate cake chunks in a chocolate beet coconut ice cream with vegan vanilla cheesecake ribbons.
Sleight of Hand Cellars
The Underground Wine Project and a primogenitor wineries, Mark Ryan Winery and Sleight of Hand Cellars, have combined Home x Away, a specifically designed, singular edition, Pearl Jam-themed box set of 4 bottles of their renouned Idle Hands wine. The box set has sole out, though their Home Show bottle will be accessible by a potion and a bottle during participating Ethan Stowell restaurants (Rione XIII, Tavolata, How to Cook a Wolf, Red Cow, Mkt., Bramling Cross, Staple Fancy Mercantile, and Marine Hardware) from Aug 7-11; by a bottle during MoPOP on Thursday, Aug 9; and during Sleight of Hand’s SODO tasting room from Aug 7-11. Purchases are singular to one bottle per person, and deduction will go directly to a Home Shows and a Vitalogy Foundation.
In respect of National Peach Month, a epicurean cupcakery’s featured special is Peachy Cream Crumble, a vanilla pulp cake filled with house-made internal pink jam and surfaced with a whirl of mascarpone buttercream, a dollop of pink jam, and a shower of brownish-red sugarine crumble. They’re also featuring a special Pearl Jam Home Show dozen, with 8 Chocolate Vanilla and 4 Vanilla Vanilla cupcakes flashy with a Home Show trademark and sprinkles—100% of deduction will go towards Pearl Jam’s nonprofit a Vitalogy Foundation.