The Portland-based company is known for its hand made ice cream, made in small batches with local ingredients, such as cream from family-owned Scott Brothers Dairy in Southern California.
The new shop features handmade sculpted lighting fixtures, red-and-white-striped exterior panels, and an abstract totem pole made of stacked ice cream cones and scoops.
The menu features “taste-provoking” flavors, including monthly and seasonal specials, in cups or handmade waffle cones. Hand-packed pints to-go are also available. New flavors are available on the first Friday of each month.
October flavors include The Great Candycopia and Mummy’s Pumpkin Spice Potion.
According to co-owner Tyler Malek, “what you get at Salt & Straw is far from a tasting experience and more like a journey through ever-changing stories about food, art and ice cream.”
Source: Disney Parks Blog