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Bakeries in Seattle, WA
2307 Rainier Ave S
BakeriesDelicatessensWedding Supplies & ServicesFamily Style Restaurants
Just love everything, bread to the cake to the lasagna everything is just amazing
2.The Essential Baking Company
1604 N 34th St
BakeriesWholesale BakeriesCoffee ShopsAmerican Restaurants
Not meant for tourists and you need to know how to order. Stand in the first line, place your order, walk to the register and then pay. Sometimes the staff will bring you your food but more often they yell your name out. When it's really busy, it's hard to hear. It is entirely worth the effort though. So far, it has been the best coffee I've had in Seattle and it has turned me into a pastry lover. I take everybody to Essentials. Very fresh, all organic ingredients, and an eclectic mix of workers.
3.Pike Place Bakery
1501 Pike Pl
BakeriesWedding Supplies & ServicesRestaurants
Well, I was visiting Seattle this past weekend, and stumbled across one of my favorite publishers, Laughing Elephant. It seems they have just opened their first retail store, and the Pike Place Market is the perfect place! They are clear down on level 3 in space 329, but it's worth every minute. Highly recommended! Lisa M.
4.Macrina Bakery At McGraw
615 W Mcgraw St
BakeriesBreakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsRestaurants
I love macrina for one reason and one reason only. Their Herb Baguette (which sells out every day) compliments pretty much any sandwich or chesse possible. I haven't found any bread more satisfying freshly baked in Seattle. Its also available at Metro Markets.
520 2nd Ave W
I recently ordered a 1/2 of a sheet cake for a special Birthday party. It was the best cake I have ever had and heard many at the party saying the same thing. It was almost completely finished off. It had marzipan frosting, but not too thick so it was not too sweet. It was a raspberry rum cake and it is hard to put into words how good it was. We are already thinking of reasons to order another cake! I highly recommend Nielsen's Pastry for your next cake purchase. Very friendly staff as well.
6.Tall Grass Bakery
5907 24th Ave NW
This bakery focuses primarily on bread, but also has a few other treats such as cookies and after-hours leftovers from Cafe Besalu right next door.\r \r All of their bread is organic and the ingredients are listed on the bag. You'll want to put it in the refrigerator if you don't plan on eating the bread within 48 hours.\r \r My recommendations: sourdough, sourdough rye and hominy.\r The breads are hearty, with a chewy crust. If you keep them in the fridge for a while you'll want to microwave them on high for 10 seconds before you make a sandwich, or slice the bread and toast it as well.
9253 45th Ave SW
This place is great, I walk there from home any time I want a nice coffee and a some sugar. The staff is wonderful, always very friendly and welcoming. Great place to meet someone for coffee or just relax and read the paper.\r \r Their prices are very reasonable and their breads and baked goods are always fresh. If you're lucky, you'll walk in right as they are putting out a fresh pan of buttery brioche.\r \r Try their apple fritters or one of their cheese and berry danishes, totally out of this world.
8.Honey Crumb Cake Studio
177 Western Ave W Ste 268-A
BakeriesWedding Cakes & Pastries
9.Louisa's Cafe Bakery & Bar
2379 Eastlake Ave E
BakeriesCoffee ShopsDelicatessensCoffee & Espresso Restaurants
I am always on the search for something new and exciting to chew on...and last night I found it at Louisa's Cafe & Bakery. I was tempted by the July Jubilee special they are offering...A 3 course meal for $20 bucks. My expectations were a little low, as I didn't expect much for that price. Boy was I wrong, the food was spectacular, and no one in our party could finish our meal. The portions for the quality were outstanding, and the food was both beautiful and delicious. I usually don't write reviews until I have been somewhere at least three times. So if I'm hollering after just one meal that means I was seriously impressed. I'm not a food critic I just know what I like, and I like Louisa's.
10.Macrina Bakery & Cafe
2408 1st Ave
BakeriesAmerican RestaurantsCaterersWholesale Bakeries
The best breakfast in Seattle! They have the such a great brunch on Saturdays and Sundays. My favorite is their Macaroons!!!!!!!! They don''t have them all the time but when they do AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!
1413 NW 70th St
Tucked away in a small offshoot of main Ballard, Honoré Artisan Bakery serves some of the finest pastries in Seattle. Rich, buttery, flaky croissants fresh of out the oven infiltrating the space is practically heaven. They also offer some unique items typically not found at other bakeries in the city. The Kouign Amann introduced to me recently by a friend is divine; a puff pastry layered with salt and sugar then topped with bits of sea salt and sugar will have you on your knees (well not literally). Delicate quiches quickly disappear on weekend mornings. The Parisian style macaroons are one of their signature items. Honoré is a staple of the neighborhood, so order a coffee from Lighthouse roasters and sink into one of the Adirondack chairs in front with a fresh pastry. You won't want to leave.
2200 N 45th St
This shop is so organized and the service is fast. You would not get disappointed with their cakes and pastries. Try them yourself.
13.Cakes by Look / Look Cupcake
501 2nd Ave W
Cakes by Look / Look Cupcake specializes in custom order, scratch baked, gourmet wedding cakes and filled cupcakes. Our cakes are not only beautiful, they're delicious! Contact us for your complimentary wedding consultation and tasting today!
1503 1st Ave
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Such a Seattle treat while here visiting. The Vermont Crumpet with maple butter, cream cheese, and walnuts is sinfully delicious. There are sweet and savory options for these much tastier cousins of the English muffin.
5313 Ballard Ave NW
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A modern and spacious interior, fresh, crusty pastries, and intriguing flavors combine to create a great place for your next morning hangout. Their flake pastries are darkly caramelized and crunchy, reminiscent of Tartine bakery in San Francisco. You’ll enjoy an endorphin rush when you bite into their Almond Currant pastry. It’s comprised of rich chunks of pastry dough held together with caramelized sugar, and interlaced with almonds and currants. Scrumptious! They carry the usual muffins, scones, and croissants (see pic) but they also carry Wagashi (see pic) which are delicate little Japanese morsels made of yam and azuki beans. The Japanese influence can also be found in their Azuki Cream Brioche and Green Tea and Azuki cake.
16.Schwartz Brothers Bakery
619 S Nevada St
Schwartz Brothers Bakery is a locally owned and operated bakery. The bakery maintains one of its locations in Seattle. The bakery undertakes the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point Program to implement, monitor and verify that bacteria, chemicals and foreign objects are excluded from bakery products. Schwartz Brothers Bakery also conducts training sessions for its management staff and team members.
17.New Renaissance Cakes
301 Queen Anne Ave N
The one thing my fiance wanted was a cake that tasted good. He chose the banana foster and raspberry creme. Both flavors were so good, guests went back for seconds. Even those who I know would usually pass on sweets loved the cake. The cake was gorgeous and was delivered promptly. Bonnie doesn't approve of eating year old frozen cake so a small anniversary cake one year later is part of the package.
2001 4th Ave
BakeriesCaterersIce Cream & Frozen DessertsBreakfast, Brunch & Lunch Restaurants
We heard about this bakery from the next door Serious Pie waitress who raved about the coconut cream pie. So, of course, we had to try it! Though, when we went it was already closed. So the next morning we tried again and we got a fig bar, yogurt and granola cup, and a bitesize coconut cream pie to-go (they put it in a small chinese to-go looking box which was perfect ). I absolutely LOVED all of them, and I REALLY enjoyed the granola and yogurt cup which I kept craving throughout my visit in seattle~ Definitely worth a visit to taste some of their baked goods. I would for sure go back if ever back in seattle.
3510 Fremont Ave N
I love baked goods (cakes, pies, you name it), but am allergic to wheat, so I was super stoked when I discovered Flying Apron in it's new Fremont location. I stopped in to grab a pie for Thanksgiving, and ended up staying for lunch. The staff were all kind and attentive, despite the holiday frenzy, and the food was fanstatic: the soup of the day (lentil, potatoe and rosemary) was hearty and delicious, and the salad (greens, kale, apples, red onions, red peppers, broccoli) was the freshest and crunchiest I've ever had - seriously! The pie (mixed berry) was amazing (it looked so good I had to steal a bite before turkey-day) with a short-bread like crust. I've tried baking with gluten and wheat free flours, and I usually fail miseraby, so Flying Apron gets a gold star in my book! I'm glad there is somewhere in Seattle I can go for a pie-fix without having to suffer for it later. A note to those of you who have never had gluten/wheat free foods - don't expect these to have the same texture and consistency as their wheaty/gluteny relatives, as it's almost impossible to re-create. What you can expect is the best of vegan/wheat-free/gluten-free baking in Seattle.
20.Sugar Bakery & Cafe
1014 Madison St
BakeriesCaterersBreakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsWholesale Bakeries
It was pouring rain (duh, in Seattle) and I ran into Sugar for a cup of coffee, but I found a great bakery. They also had little cupcakes, but I didn't have room to try one. Their staff was really friendly and I felt pretty lucky to have found this cool place.
2052 NW Market St
BakeriesCoffee & TeaIce Cream & Frozen DessertsCaterers
My daughters and I were brought here by a friend who is a local. That was three months ago and I'm *still* craving these cupcakes! We ordered The Gay...a rainbow cupcake in honor of Gay Pride Week. The staff were professional, courteous, and patient as I explained the point. Besides the excellent, friendly service and clean, pleasant atmosphere, the cupcakes are UH-MAZING. My only regret is that I only ordered one. :(
22.Franz Family Bakeries
2006 S Weller St
Founded in 1906, Franz Family Bakeries is one of the largest, family-owned independent bakeries in the West Coast. Its products include breads, buns and rolls, bagels, muffins, donuts, cookies and snacks. Franz Family Bakeries, also known as United States Bakeries, offers whole and cracked wheat and Texas coast breads. Its deli and specialty items include Bohemian and caraway and onion dill rye, honey wheat, stadium rolls, sesame hoagies and sourdough french. Franz Family Bakeries also provides outback toaster biscuits buttermilk, Bainbridge Island cinnamon swirl, Napa Valley cinnamon raisin, and chocolate and powdered mini donuts. It offers American apple, cherry and blueberry pie. Franz Family Bakeries provides bear and breakfast claws, raisin-ettes, and cheese, cinnamon and apple horns. The company also offers ginger and lemon snap bag, frosted animal, peanut butter and sugar tray and iced gingerbread holiday cookies.
23.A Piece Of Cake
514 S King St
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24.Flour Power Baking Co
11540 Pinehurst Way NE
25.Frites Brothers Belgian Fries
711 4th Ave N # B
26.Madeleine's European Cakes
501 2nd Ave W
523 Queen Anne Ave N
BakeriesCoffee & Espresso RestaurantsCoffee & TeaIce Cream & Frozen Desserts
Highly consistent; Great soy lattes; Unquie blend of drinks...ones with orange peels and others with mint sprigs; People are Seattlites---go figure...friendly...but not fake...Real Chai (no creamer added) and Extra foamy on the Latte. NEVER had a Bad cup of coffee!!
28.Sunflour Bakery Cafe
3118 NE 65th St
I've been here about four times and every time I have had a good experience with this cafe. They have very good scrambled eggs (with other veggies). Their french toast and omlettes are also very good. Nice friendly staff. I love their peppermint mocha.
2604 California Ave SW
30.Columbia City Bakery
4865 Rainier Ave S
BakeriesCoffee ShopsCoffee & Espresso RestaurantsWholesale Bakeries
Being French, it's all about the bread, and we can go look far and wide for this. Right now, a hands down winner is Columbia City--its pain de campagne or baguette or ciabatta (not sure about the name--the loaf breads).\r When they are fresh, they are crusty on the outside and oh so moist on the inside. Spread on it some ""beurre sale"" (salted butter) and you're in heaven! If you're in for a sandwich, butter, prosciutto and cornichons (French pickles) and there is nothing better on earth!
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