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The beloved bakery's spooky spiderweb chocolate cake comes frosted with chocolate buttercream and marshmallow webs. If you're more of an arachnophobe, they also have some festively macabre cookies decorated with ghosts, skulls, blood spatters, and other holiday-appropriate motifs.
Beep Boop Bagels
This roving bagel business has some black bagels to lend a little ghoulishness to your usual schmear, available at the West Seattle Farmers Market on Halloween while supplies last. Complete it with some orange-tinted cream cheese.
The vegan ice cream shop and bakery is making some creepy-cute bat-shaped shortbread cookies dipped in fair-trade chocolate. They're also scooping up a spine-tingling lineup of flavors like Spooky Road (chocolate with marshmallows and house-made sunbutter cups), "Frankenstein's Tea" (blackberry matcha), "Dirt" (chocolate), "Ghoul Dust" (vanilla), "Zombie Soup" (strawberry), "Goblin's Delight" (mint chip), and "Dracula's Potion" (lavender).
Frankie & Jo's
The plant-based ice creamery's Frankincone is a black version of their usual gluten-free maple vanilla waffle cone made with the addition of activated charcoal and cocoa powder, available through Halloween. For extra goth effect, try a scoop drizzled with "Moon Goo" (dry burned salted caramel with activated charcoal).
Ballard and Capitol Hill
Win your Halloween party by picking up an ice cream cake made with pumpkin cake, Molly Moon's pumpkin clove ice cream, and vanilla buttercream frosting, spattered with a black marshmallow web and haunted by two petite buttercream apparitions. Cakes are available for delivery or for pick-up at Molly Moon's Columbia City and Redmond locations on October 30 and 31.
At Ivar's Mukilteo Landing, guests can sip a "Boo-Berry Tea," made with Disaronno Amaretto, Gran Marnier, hot Earl Grey tea, and an orange twist; the "Zom-B52 Coffee" with Bailey’s, Kahlua and Grand Marnier, topped with whipped cream and a meringue zombie garnish; and the "I Want To Suck Your Blood Orange Margarita," made with Sauza Blue Tequila, fresh margarita mix, orange liqueur, and blood orange puree.
Macrina covers all the bases with their spooky ghost cupcakes, peanut butter chocolate crunch cupcakes decorated with spiderwebs, decorated cookies, and more. Plus, for your Día De Los Muertos festivities, they'll be baking a traditional pan de muerto through November 6th.
Nana's Green Tea
Visit this Japanese tea house chain for a cup of matcha and try one of their adorable ghostly pumpkin daifuku, a treat made with sponge cake, pumpkin cream, and candied kabocha pumpkin covered with a mochi sheet, available through Halloween.
South Lake Union
Until Halloween, the award-winning Belltown tiki bar has been transformed into Nightmare on Wall Street, a "fully immersive haunting experience" with libations inspired by horror films like Friday the 13th, The Babadook, Midsommar, The Ring, Pet Sematary, and more. Frightening horror-film soundtracks will contribute to the spine-chilling milieu.
R&M Dessert Bar
Frighten your friends and family with a lifelike Halloween skull cake from the Capitol Hill dessert destination, available in red velvet cake with cream cheese icing and chocolate with chocolate buttercream.
Salt and Straw
For October, the Portland-based artisan ice creamery is going all out with a limited series of "spooktacular"-themed flavors, including the Great Candycopia, a salted butterscotch ice cream stuffed with homemade versions of Twix, Heath bars, and peanut butter cups; Creepy Crawly Critters, a light green matcha ice cream with real chocolate-covered crickets and toffee-brittle mealworms; Mummy's Spiced Pumpkin Potion, a vegan and dairy-free twist on the pumpkin spice latte made with August Uncommon Tea; Dracula's Blood Pudding, a particularly chilling concoction with a blood pudding made from pig's blood from Portland butcher Nicky USA with warming spices and cream; and Black Cat Licorice & Lavender, a salted lavender ice cream swirled with anise and fennel caramel.
Ballard and Capitol Hill
You can munch on sugar cookies frosted to look like Frankensteins, mummies, skulls, and jack-o'-lanterns, and cupcakes adorned with chocolate drizzle and topped with Halloween decorations.
First Hill and Queen Anne
Trophy's Halloween-themed cupcake dozens include "Sweet Boo!" (adorned with ghosts, spiders, and buttercream swirls), "Monster" (with adorable likenesses of mummies, vampires, werewolves, and Frankensteins), and a classic Halloween set with ghosts, pumpkins, candy corn, and spiderwebs.