The human mouth, which maintains a near-boiling temperature, needs to be constantly cooled by liquid-nitrogen pills or a jaw-mounted mouth fan. Take a more delicious route to cooling your maw with today's Groupon: for $6, you get $12 worth of frozen eats at Peaks Frozen Custard.
Peaks Frozen Custard builds the fresh, mountainous frozen custard that populates its menu using quality local ingredients whenever possible. Custard crevasse scalers can build their own treats, beginning with the choice of a cone or dish receptacle; a house-made waffle cone or bowl can be substituted for $1 extra. Select a one-flavor mini ($2.85), two-flavor regular ($3.50), or three-flavor large ($4.10) serving, then pick vanilla or chocolate, or attempt to grab the rotating flavor of the day before it spins away laughing at your clumsy human hands. After mounting custard on cone, Peaks staff decorate the structure with toppings ($0.75 each) such as Butterfinger, fresh roasted pecans, or house-made brownie chunks.
Sundaes such as the caramel- and fudge-drizzled Mount Olympus ($5.25–$5.75) tastefully replicate a volcano’s impetuous topping eruptions and lactose lava. Peaks' affogato negotiates a taste treaty between steaming espresso and a dollop of frozen custard ($3). A partner to Snoqualmie Gourmet, Peaks Frozen Custard leads the battle against mass-produced sweets, creating custard peaks that prove deliciously edible, unlike the boulders Stallone climbed with his teeth in Cliffhanger.
Peaks Frozen Custard
Locally sourced, high-quality dairy goes into each and every fresh-churned batch at Peaks Frozen Custard. Salted caramel cashew, banana chocolate chip, and cinnamon and honey are among the shop’s daily-changing flavors, scooped into homemade waffle cones and bowls or blended into create-your-own shakes and avalanches. Decadent two-scoop sundaes, such as the regionally-inspired Mount Rainier, feature a house fudge sauce, pecans, and an edible representation of the peak’s own crowning cherry. Slices of carrot and chocolate cake sate sweet-tooth cravings without the risk of head-freeze, and patrons can warm up with locally sourced Lighthouse espresso transformed into lattes and Americanos.
1026 NE 65th St.
Seattle, Washington 98115Get Directions