Salt and Straw, a popular ice cream chain with locations in Oregon, LA, Disney, San Diego, Northern California, the Seattle area, and Miami, collaborates with local farmers, makers, and chefs at each location.
The milk is sourced from Scott Brothers Dairy, a fifth-generation, family-owned business with cows that are grass-fed and never given antibiotics.
Each day, Salt & Straw is scooping up 36 different flavors, both seasonal and classic, across each of its locations.
Standard ice creams include flavors like Sea Salt, Honey Lavender, Cinnamon Snickerdoodle, Double-Fold Vanilla, and Freckled Mint Chocolate Chip, among others.
Salt & Straw also has an online store where customers can order pints of ice cream. Standard pint flavors range from Chocolate Gooey Brownie to Cold Brew Coffee Cashew Praline. There are also vegan options, including “Exquisito Chocolate Hazelnut Cookies” and “Cream and Marionberry Coconut Sherbert.” From vegans to sugar enthusiasts, Salt & Straw can satisfy any sweet tooth.
We visited Salt and Straw at 2035 NE Alberta St, Portland, OR and enjoyed the Double Fold Vanilla and Bottomless Limes! (with Key Lime Cheesecake; brown sugar and ginger crystalized chunks of golden pie crust; and shards of sprinkle-studded chocolate bark).