This little gem of an ice-cream parlor and candy store couldn't be sweeter. Done up in cotton-candy colors, with an Alice in Wonderland tea-party theme, Malley's makes jumbo sundaes, ice cream sodas, milkshakes, parfaits, and special treats like strawberry shortcakes with generous scoops of ice cream, real whipped cream, and homemade sauces. Long hours ensure you can always get your daily ice-cream fix.
Owner Jeffrey Moreau, a former ad man, set out to revive the great tradition of neighborhood ice-cream parlors — and boy did he succeed. Wall-to-wall with ice cream sundaes, chocolate candies, buttery fudge, crunchy caramel corn, and creamy root beer floats, Sweet Moses has instantly become Gordon Square's go-to dessert destination
Madagascar vanilla, Holland cocoa, and berries from the great Northwest all find their way into brothers Mike and Pete Mitchell's stupendous homemade ice cream. Besides scoops of candy-crammed Double-Chocolate Chunk and Chocolate Peanut Butter Cup, the colorful and contemporary year-round ice-cream parlor serves big specialty sundaes, malts, shakes, and fat-free fresh fruit smoothies.
This is the largest of Pete and Mike Mitchell's contemporary ice-cream shops, as well as home to the brothers' production facility, where ice-cream meister Mike Mitchell works his small-batch magic, developing taste sensations that range from Key lime pie to double-chocolate chunk. (Fat-free fruit smoothies are available for the diet-conscious.)
Pete and Mike Mitchell's handmade ice cream is probably the best in the region, and their colorful, contemporary ice cream parlor couldn't be more inviting. Key lime pie and mango are our current passions among the 30 or so ice cream and sorbet flavors, but we've never found anything that wasn't great. Best yet, the shop is open daily, year-round.
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