BAKERIES IN SEATTLE
Seattle cuisine is diverse, delicious, and delectable! There are multiple bakeries in the greater Seattle area. Each with its own speciality and unique taste.
Here is a list of the top 5 bakeries to try yourself, recommend to a friend or out of town visitor.
Located in the heart of Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market, Le Panier has been serving classic French breads and pastries since 1983.
Recommended: Classic pain au chocolat and baguette
Four locations, Phinney Ride, Beacon Hill, South Lake Union, and West Seattle, serving classic French pastries with a Japanese influence. They are known for their uniquely flavored French macarons, cookies, and flakey pastries
Recommended: Green tea muffin and French macaron
A lovely cafe in downtown Ballard, serving a wide variety of classic and American style pastries. They also offer Herkimer Coffee and unique seasonal teas.
Recommended: Croissant pudding and ginger biscuit
Two locations, Ballard and Capitol Hill, that serves a wide variety of cakes, pastries, cookies, and yes, wine and beer. Their iconic molten lava cake are most popular with customers and come in four different varieties. Plus, they offer their own chocolate bars, sauces, and local ice cream to sell.
Recommended: Dark Decadence Molten Cake
Two location, Capitol Hill and U-Village, serving fun and playful cookies and ice cream sandwiches. They offer a wide selection of homemade cookies with local Molly Moon’s ice-cream. Perfect for anyone craving a youthful treat!
Recommended: Mackles’more – a s’more cookie with Theo chocolate chunks
MORE SEATTLE DESSERT CHOICES
Check out Jess’ video on the Top 10 Dessert Spots in Seattle for more sweet selections!