Last days for Peaks Frozen Custard in Roosevelt


Parting is such sweet sorrow.

Especially in the case of Peaks Frozen Custard (1026 NE 65th Street), closing on Sunday, September 29.

From their website:

We could not be more grateful to all of you amazing custardmers. It has been 5 years of wonderful. So why would we close? Peaks is a small family business that takes 100% of our families attention. We had fun, but now we’re on to a new lifestyle! At the same time, our lease comes to an end- so it was renew, relocate or stop!


Hours for the remainder of their days on NE 65th Street are 6-10 PM on Thursday and Friday, and 1-10 PM on Saturday and Sunday.

And should you “custardmers” want to give the Peaks folks a good send off, a celebration is planned at the store on Saturday.



A few glimmers of tasty frozen hope:

  1. Peaks says that, “We will, however, be serving what has become the best frozen treat in the Northwest at festivals only.” Keep tabs on the Peaks Frozen Custard website and/or Facebook page for that info.
  2. A “new and unique” frozen yogurt shop will be taking the space.


  1. So sorry to see you go. We know it is to even bigger and better things. Now go have fun!
    The Gracious Gals
    Tracy and Deirdre

  2. We LOVED Peaks. Bringing a little Wisconsin to Seattle.

  3. Tom Wingard-Phillips says:

    We have lived in the Roosevelt neighborhood since 1980, and Peaks was a unique, welcome addition to the local business scene. It took me back to my days as a youngster. My wife and I have a local, small family business, and truly appreciate the other such area businesses. Peaks was a treat for the senses, and we were sad to see it close, while envying the break from the daily grind which we still often have. Best wishes on future endeavors….

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