|Spending time at your Seattle vacation rental home gives you the freedom to enjoy some of the Emerald City’s splendid sights and tasty treasures. Whether looking for a special morning retreat or a shop that will craft the perfect pastries for any gathering, Seattle’s bakeries are a coveted part of Washington’s coastal food culture. Below is just a short list of 5 bakeries you should explore while spending time in Seattle.
Le Panier French Bakery
1902 Pike Place Seattle, WA 98101
Deliciously French and located across from Pike Place Market, Le Panier French Bakery lures you in with the wafting smell of freshly baked bread. Follow your nose to discover a charming bakery that provides everything from perfectly crafted macaroons and almond croissants to loaves of Levain. Pastries both sweet and savory, delicious sandwiches, cheeses, rich coffee, and seasonal offerings keep locals lining up all year round.
2414 First Avenue, WA 98121
Highly praised by locals and national media, this charming and world class bakery is located right in our Belltown Court building. Sweets, savories, even lunch items are available.
Cederberg Tea House
1417 Queen Anne Ave N Seattle, WA 98109
High Tea South African style makes the Cederberg Tea House an exotic, don’t-miss spot. This place is named after the region where Rooibos tea grows and was brought to life in Seattle by a mother, daughter catering duo. Inside you’ll find traditional South African treats such as Malva pudding, Melktert, meat pies, savory treats, and yes, Bunny Chow. Click here to get an eye on this specialty.
4737 California Ave SW Seattle, WA 98116
Known as one of Seattle’s most notable bakeries, patrons put Bakery Nouveau on par with any bakery in France. Headed up by the award winning team of William and Heather Leaman, this place specialize in creating offerings that are fun, unique, and delicious. Breads, pastries, desserts, chocolate, jams, and lunch offerings like sandwiches and pizza. Reviews are off the charts and their reputation is second to none.