Scott Disick at Sugar Factory American Brasserie in Bellevue. Photo courtesy of Getty Images for Sugar Factory American Brasserie

TV celebrity Scott Disick, family eat sweet treats at Bellevue’s Sugar Factory

  • Monday, October 16, 2017 12:01pm
  • Business

With Pastor Judah and his family, TV personality Scott Disick and his two kids, Mason and Penelope, greeted hundreds of guests at Bellevue’s Sugar Factory Friday night.

The ex-boyfriend of Kourtney Kardashian, sister of celebrity Kim Kardashian, was at Sugar Factory American Brasserie in celebration of their month-long grand opening at The Shops at The Bravern.

After taking photos, shopping in the retail candy store and hitting the red carpet, Disck and his family settled down for some delicious treats.

The group enjoyed the King Kong Sundae complete with 24 scoops of ice cream and giant sparklers. This was followed by an array of Sugar Factory signature doughnuts, including the Rainbow Pride with a cotton candy glaze and rainbow sprinkles; and the Fruity Pebbles with caramelized fruity pebbles and a white chocolate drizzle.

They sipped on three virgin goblets – Lillipop Passion, Ocean Blue and White Gummi. They finished off their colorful meal with a round of Rainbow Sliders, complete with the signature Sugar Factory duck.

The Sugar Factory American Brasserie is located at The Shops at The Bravern, 11111 NE Eighth St, Suite 120 in Bellevue.

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