What You'll Get
Before ice cream, cones were only filled with cheerleading chants and an overwhelming sense of responsibility for organizing traffic. Enjoy a conical dessert with today's Groupon for Empire Ice Cream. Today's Groupon can be redeemed at Eat Local's locations in Burien and Seattle. Choose between the following options:
- For $10, you get four half-pints of Empire Ice Cream (a $19.92 value).
- For $16, you get four pints of Empire Ice Cream (a $31.92 value).
Voted Seattle Weekly’s Best New Local Frozen Dairy Indulgence, Ice Cream Division in 2008, Empire Ice Cream cools down palates with its velvety variety of ice creams, which are made with produce sourced from local northwest farmers. Empire creates its mouth-cooling masterpieces with all-natural ingredients, and some flavors are made using only four culinary components. Taste-test-drive a slew of 22 seasonally changing flavors including chocolate-chunk with cherry, Stumptown Coffee, and sweet cream, a flavor that boasts a taste as sugary sweet as grandma's lullabies. Today's deal is valid for four pints or four half-pints, which can be shared amongst your family of four or with your favorite singing-telegram trio.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 26, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Valid only for carryout. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Empire Ice Cream
Forget lengthy lists of hard-to-pronounce preservatives—each batch of Empire Ice Cream starts with a base that contains just four ingredients: eggs, evaporated cane juice, and cream and milk from Fresh Breeze Organic Dairy. From there, the ice cream makers simply fold in extra ingredients to make various flavors, relying on local providers like Hayton Farms, who supply the berries for the shop's raspberry and strawberry ice creams, or Stumptown Coffee, who delivers the ground espresso beans for Empire's coffee-flavored ice cream. There's even a unique bacon-flavored ice cream made with real pieces of local, natural bacon, as well as a s'mores ice cream loaded with house-made marshmallows and real vine-ripened graham crackers. Brownies and cinnamon rolls from Eat Local are also available in the shop, and sometimes make their way into decadent sundaes.