These places will satisfy any sweet or savory craving!
Seattle has some delicious bakeries to choose from. Enjoy an incredible bite of a famous Piroshiky, or try a world-famous coconut cream pie…. the choice is yours!
1. Le Panier
This iconic place in Pike Place Market is a Seattle classic that is totally worth visiting. Le Panier creates delightful baked goods inspired by French cuisine. This bakery uses distinctive traditional recipes, classic techniques, and pure flavors. Rain or shine, the doors to this bakery are always open to locals and visitors alike. Enjoy their famous croissants, and take a stroll through the majestic Pike Place Market.
Where: 1902 Pike Place, Seattle WA 98101
2. General Porpoise
This place specializes in delicious-filled doughnuts. General Porpoise uses fresh eggs, seasonal jams, jellies, curds, custards, and creams for all their creations, and they’re perfect to pair up with an espresso, or a draft cold brew. Some of the most famous flavors are vanilla custard, lemon curd, and peaches & cream.
Where: 2101 7th Ave, Seattle, WA / 1020 E. Union St, Seattle, WA 98122 / 401 1st Ave South, Seattle, WA / 4520 Union Bay Place NE, Seattle, WA
This place brings a bit of Russia’s taste to the PNW. Piroshky blends traditional recipes with local flavors, and their selection of goodies offers a wide array of savory and sweet choices. Try out some of their most famous recipes, like the bacon, hash-browns, egg and cheese Piroshky, or snatch a seasonal goodie like the cinnamon coffee roll.
Where: 1908 Pike Place, Seattle, WA 98101 / Century Square, 1501 4th Avenue, Suite 110, Seattle, WA 98101 / Columbia Center, 701 5th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104
“Triple Coconut Cream Pie” is what you need to order at this bakery. This world-famous pie has coconut crust, shredded coconut cream filling, swirls of fresh whipped cream, toasted coconut, and white chocolate shavings. Sounds good, right? Also, don’t forget to try out their delicious mochi donuts, chocolate truffle cookies, and the banana chocolate walnut pound cake.
Where: 2001 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
5. Hot Cakes
Hot Cakes was born at the Seattle farmers markets in 2008, with their namesake product: molten chocolate cake. Now, they can also be found at their dessert restaurant on Ballard Avenue and Cap Hill, where you can enjoy warm cookies and ice cream, strawberries pistachio ice cream sandwiches, and gooey brownie cakes.
Where: 5427 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 / 1650 E Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98102
This Seattle icon is a feast for the senses! Bakery Noveau is led by William Leaman, and it offers fresh baked goods that are perfect for any sweet craving. Experience the unforgettable charm of Bakery Noveau at one of its shops in Burien, West Seattle, or Cap Hill, and try out their delicious macaroons, hand-crafted chocolates, Madelines, chocolate croissants, or their classic focaccia.
Where: 4737 California Ave SW, Seattle WA 98116 / 137 15th Ave E, Seattle WA 98112 / 426 SW 153rd St. Burien, WA 98166