Mora Iced Creamery, Bainbridge Island

About Mora Iced Creamery, Bainbridge Island

Mora Iced Creamery, Bainbridge Island - Address

Address: Madrone Ln N, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110, USA

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Overview of Mora Iced Creamery

Check out detailed information of Mora Iced Creamery which resides in the Bainbridge Island. Mora Iced Creamery is not a top-rated place in Bainbridge Island.

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Getting around Mora Iced Creamery, Bainbridge Island

Public Transport : Ferry - Walk - Bus

Take a Ferry taking you to Seattle. The journey will take around 35 minutes. The trip will cost you roughly USD 9. From Seattle, walk till James St & 5th Ave. The duration of trip will be 10 minutes. From James St & 5th Ave you can move to 5th Ave N & Broad St by taking the Bus. The duration will be 14 minutes. The transit will cost you USD 2. The total distance is 21.43 Kilometre.

Car

It is recommended to take Car which will cost you roughly USD 11, taking around 112 minutes. The distance between the two points is 151.68 Kilometre.

Public Transport : Ferry - Walk - Bus

Suggested transit method is Ferry. In 35 minutes you'll reach Seattle. The expense of the trip is USD 9. From Seattle, walk for 10 minutes to reach James St & 5th Ave. From James St & 5th Ave, opt for Bus to 5th Ave N & Broad St, the duration of journey is 14 minutes. The expense of the trip is USD 2. The distance between the points is 21.43 Kilometre.

Car

The most preferred mode of transport is Car. The transit will take around 111 minutes, covering a distance of 151.48 Kilometre. The trip will cost you roughly USD 11.

Public Transport : Ferry - Walk - Bus

Choose Ferry that takes you to Seattle, costing you roughly USD 9, taking around 35 minutes. From Seattle, you can walk till 3rd Ave & Columbia St and duration of trip is 6 minutes. From 3rd Ave & Columbia St, take a Bus to East Marginal Way S & S 94th Pl and duration of trip is 26 minutes. Cost of this trip is USD 2. The total distance between the two points is 33.88 Kilometre.

Car

Best transit method is Car. The distance is 138.81 Kilometre, costing around USD 10. The duration of the trip is 102 minutes.

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  • Ice cream is one of my favorites, so I've tried many brands & places all around the country. This place is the best I've ever had, EVER! Quality is just the best! Premium ingredients & no skimping on things like nuts, chocolate chips or berries that might be part of the recipes While I heard about the well-deserved crowds at this place, I went shortly after opening on a Saturday morning & it had absolutely no line. I paid first, as others noted, then a very nice, helpful staff really did let me to try any and nearly all flavors, probably close to 10, before I picked the double scoops I paid for earlier . Note-they'll allow the splitting of a single scoop into 2 , so by getting a double scoop, you can actually get 4 different flavors & the split portions are close to a full scoop! Will visit this place every time I am in Bainbridge! Go earlier in the day to avoid the crowds to make for much more enjoyable visit!

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  • When we were checking out Bainbridge we had to see what all the hype was about for this place. Very long line outside for their ice cream. I feel they kind of have the counter set up backwards because you pay first then pick your ice cream. They were out of so many flavors (more than half). My boyfriend ordered a vanilla milkshake she rang it up and then we mentioned that there was a dot for vanilla ice cream and asked if we can still get a shake. She then realized that they were out and we had to change our order. What would have happened if she rang up a vanilla milkshake, charged us then we went to order it and were told after paying that they were out of the only flavor we wanted? Seems backwards. And how can you be out of vanilla?! We got a scoop of orangcicle ice cream instead. It was good but not sure the 45 minute wait in 90 degree weather was worth it.

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  • This is my favorite ice cream ever. It is 100% worth the ferry ride over to Bainbridge if you're coming from Seattle and bonus--it's a quick walk from the ferry station once you're over there. The line will most likely be out the door if you go in the summer but trust me--you want to wait for it.

  • The system was a touch counter-intuitive on ordering and getting your items compared to other ice cream shoppes. That being said, their flavor selection was really good and the three ladies working that day were busting their butts to serve everyone and did it with a smile. Even with people sampling a bunch of stuff before making final selections, they kept things moving and positive.

  • Excellent ice cream and sorbet. Seasonal flavors rotate and options abound. Usually at least 40 flavors every day.

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