Posts tagged with: Bakery

Quick stop for a cup of Joe: Terre Coffee & Bakery. As most of you know, I’m partial to chocolate….but not the white kind. Is it even chocolate? I think not but I was intrigued by the Mocha Bianca offered here and balanced it with a double chocolate almond cookie. Both were quite good with......
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Delightful little spot: Farm to Table Bakery. A bit off the beaten path but worth a short drive off I5 or as another route to Bellingham since it’s just south of Chuckanut Drive. I’ve passed this place many times on my bicycle but never stopped in, until recently. It’s a small place with good baked......
Afternoon snack: Pane d’Amore. Heading back to Seattle from the Peninsula and no need to get on the ferry hungry. This place is a bit off the beaten tourist track down on the waterfront so, you’ll have to Google it to find it. It’s a place to grab something to go….a few seats outside are......
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One of the 2 or 3 best places for pastries in Seattle: Café Besalu. I think this place ranks just behind my number 1 recommendation: Bakery Nouveau in West Seattle. The space is small and there is usually a line out the door as soon as it opens. They have a few tables inside and......
Pike Place Market: Three Girls Bakery. Quick “breakfast” while visiting the Market. Not the best bakery in Seattle but it is very conveniently located if you are shopping at the Market. One claim to fame….longest continuously operating business in the Market…since 1912. It’s located across the street (East) of the main Market. My take on......
Recommended by a friend: Yellow Church Cafe. Brief stop, for lunch, on the way to Walla Walla. We had the seared tuna salad and the smoked chicken club which were both good with a nod to the tuna…perfectly cooked. The bread on the sandwich was interesting…called heavenly loaf…light and very tasty. Come hungry….the portions are huge! Nice......