Husky Deli has been a West Seattle staple for more than 80 years. Their ice cream is the perfect mix of creamy and light, and there’s a ton of variety - you can have anything from peppermint and caramel pecan fudge to Kona coffee rum or blackberry cheesecake. They also have Oreo, chocolate Oreo, mint Oreo, and coffee Oreo flavors. Plus sandwiches and grocery items from all over the world - but don’t kid yourself. You’re leaving with an ice cream cone.
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