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Bright Spot

Bakery/CafeIce Cream

Mount Baker

$$$$Perfect For:Getting Work DoneCoffee & A Light Bite
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If your ideal day starts with a breakfast sandwich and ends with soft serve, set up shop at Bright Spot. This whimsical Mt. Baker coffee spot has more than one unicorn head mount, neon signs, and decor reminiscent of Andy Warhol’s bathroom—but even so, it’s a great place to get some work done. Grab one of their many tables and order the standout egg sandwich made on a muhammara and labneh-smeared brioche bun, topped with arugula, melty american cheese, and a baked egg square. And if by 11am you need a sweet distraction, they happen to serve some decadent chocolate oat milk-based soft serve.

soft serve cone

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breakfast sandwich cut in half

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The Seattle Soft Serve Power Rankings

The best options for soft serve in Seattle.

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Indigo Cow is a soft serve takeout window in Wallingford that serves ice cream made from phenomenal Hokkaido dairy.

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The Pastry Project is an organization in Pioneer Square that provides baking training to those who face barriers—they also host pastry classes for the public, and operate a soft serve window in the summer.

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