The scoop: Molly Moon’s ice cream to open April 8 in Redmond

Molly Moon’s has announced the opening date for its seventh ice cream shop: April 8 at 16272 Cleveland St. in downtown Redmond. The shop is slated to start serving scoops to patrons at 3 p.m. Kids 12 and under can enjoy a complementary scoop of any flavor of their choosing until 5 p.m. that same evening.

Molly Moon’s has announced the opening date for its seventh ice cream shop: April 8 at 16272 Cleveland St. in downtown Redmond. The shop is slated to start serving scoops to patrons at 3 p.m. Kids 12 and under can enjoy a complementary scoop of any flavor of their choosing until 5 p.m. that same evening.

Like her other locations, Molly Moon Neitzel spared no effort in incorporating her love of design in the build-out of this project. Molly Moon’s Redmond is housed in the historic Redmond State Bank building, and features the brand’s first-ever open kitchen format.

“I want to show ice cream lovers the process of how we make our ice creams and sorbets, and everything that goes into the creation of our sauces, toppings and sundaes,” said Neitzel. “Whether steeping the organic lavender and tea, or infusing the milk and cream with Stumptown Coffee’s Holler Mountain roast in a cold infusion, or making our addictive hot fudge and lemon curd sauces, I want the public to see the passion that goes into every flavor our talented culinary staff is producing.”

A mural of two hands sharing a scoop is located on one of the only interior shop walls, and was painted by longtime #mooncrew member Greg Flores. Local artist Frida Clements is also leaving her mark on the Cleveland Street location, as she’s been commissioned to design a run of limited edition cups that proclaim “forecast calls for sprinkles” and tote bags with an illustration of local berry vines growing around the scoop shop’s unique front door.

For more information about Molly Moon’s or how to join the Redmond #mooncrew, visit mollymoon.com.

 

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