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Bakeries in Seattle, WA
2307 Rainier Ave S2.19 mi Seattle, WA$$ BakeriesWedding Supplies & ServicesDelicatessensFamily Style Restaurants
Just love everything, bread to the cake to the lasagna everything is just amazing
2.The Essential Baking Company
1604 N 34th St2.92 mi Seattle, WA$$ 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 Ste 4210.47 mi Seattle, WA$ 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 & Cafe
615 W McGraw St2.84 mi Seattle, WA$$ BakeriesBreakfast, Brunch & Lunch RestaurantsRestaurants
I love macrina for one reason and one reason only. Their Herb Baguette (which sells out every day) compliments pretty much any sandwich or chesse possible. I haven't found any bread more satisfying freshly baked in Seattle. Its also available at Metro Markets.
520 2nd Ave W1.80 mi Seattle, WA$ BakeriesRestaurants
I recently ordered a 1/2 of a sheet cake for a special Birthday party. It was the best cake I have ever had and heard many at the party saying the same thing. It was almost completely finished off. It had marzipan frosting, but not too thick so it was not too sweet. It was a raspberry rum cake and it is hard to put into words how good it was. We are already thinking of reasons to order another cake! I highly recommend Nielsen's Pastry for your next cake purchase. Very friendly staff as well.
6.Tall Grass Bakery
5907 24th Ave NW5.28 mi Seattle, WA$$ BakeriesRestaurants
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 SW6.56 mi Seattle, WA$ BakeriesRestaurants
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.
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