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Mora Ice Cream is the Sweet Ending You Need

It’s not unheard of for people to make the trek across the Puget Sound for a tasty bite of Mora Ice Cream.  Like many of the other famous ice cream shops in the Northwest, like Salt & Straw and Molly Moons, Mora Ice Cream has a devoted following (and for good reason).  Though there’s a lot to love about a summer visit to this beautiful island, ending your trip on a sweet note from this charming and hip ice cream shop is about as good as it gets.

Before you get in too big of a hurry to leave Bainbridge Island, consider spending the night in one of our incredible hotels or vacation rentals.  Destination Bainbridge members offer a variety of cozy places to call home for the night. From high-end luxury and quaint waterfront cabins to boutique hotels and rentals that rank high in walkability, there’s plenty to choose from.

There’s no better way to get to know the charms of Bainbridge Island than by staying a night or two.  Besides, an extended stay also gives you more opportunities to eat at our incredible restaurants, and sample a few more flavors of Mora ice cream.  What could be better than that?  Bring your mask, plan for some social distancing, and come relax with us on Bainbridge Island this summer.

Mora Ice Cream on Bainbridge island

Mora Ice Cream is Worth the Trip

Travel is a challenge for everyone right now, but small changes in scenery and carefully planned & executed trips can be restorative experiences.  The trip to get some deliciously cold and silky Mora Ice Cream is one such experience that will leave you feeling pretty good this summer. Food & Wine Magazine has called Mora Ice Cream “superb,” and we really do agree. Their ice cream and sorbet flavors are inventive and astonishingly good.

Each batch of Mora Ice Cream is made here at their Bainbridge Island facility and is made using only the finest of ingredients.  The batches are made using their old-world artisanal techniques, but their flavors are anything but old. The process they use allows the flavors to meld into each other, producing a product that is far superior to any store-bought ice cream. But it’s not just about the flavors; the silky, smooth, and velvety texture will leave a lasting impression.

The owners of Mora Ice Cream are originally from Buenos Aires, a heritage you’ll taste in many of their flavors, including Gianduja, Marron Glace, and Dulce de Leche. Add to these traditional treats unique flavors like Goat Cheese with Fig, Banana Split, and seasonal delights like lavender and rose petal, and you have a tough choice ahead. It’s signature flavor and namesake, Mora, is a delightful blackberry taste of the Pacific Northwest. In short, with their 48 flavors on hand (and 70 total in rotation), it’s hard to go wrong.

Visit the Bainbridge Island Farmers Market, Get Mora Ice Cream, and More!

Make it a Weekend & Stay on Bainbridge

If you’re been needed a place to get away, where you can focus on rest and relaxation while enjoying a small but important change in scenery, then we encourage you to explore the charming downtown of Bainbridge Island. Just make sure you bring your masks, as they are required everywhere in Washington, and make sure to be mindful of community while maintaining adequate social distance. Our downtown shops and restaurants, including Mora Ice Cream, are open for business.

The Bainbridge Island Lodging Association offers a number of unique accommodations for those visiting the island. From traditional hotels and inns to charming B&B’s and vacation rentals, we’re confident that you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for on Bainbridge Island, which will allow you to sit back, relax, and enjoy a few restorative days here.  Whether you’re coming to the island soon or planning for the future, you can check availability and make your booking for your island accommodations today. 

 


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