Bakeries in Hill Top

$25 for an Online Order of One Dozen Classic Cupcakes at Trophy Cupcakes and Party ($42 Value)

Trophy Cupcakes and Party

Multiple Locations

Rotating menu of classic cupcake flavors such as red velvet, snickerdoodle, and triple chocolate

$42 $25

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$15 for $25 Worth of Cupcakes at PinkaBella Cupcakes

PinkaBella Cupcakes

Multiple Locations

Cupcake flavors include caramel macchiato, irish creme, and bananas foster

$25 $15

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$27 for Two Dozen Mini Cupcakes from Confetti Cupcakes ($48 Value)

Confetti Cupcakes

Olde Town

Enjoy two dozen chocolate, vanilla, and red velvet mini cupcakes

$48 $27

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Baked Goods at Kringles Bakery (Up to 50% Off. Two Options Available.

Kringles Bakery

Redmond

This traditional bakery whips up treats such as cookies, cupcakes, and sour cream kringles using generations-old recipes

$10 $5.50

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$11 for $20 Worth of Baked Goods at Borracchini’s Bakery

Borracchini’s Bakery

North Beacon Hill

Bakery with nearly 100 years in business has a diverse selection of pies, donuts, cakes, and cookies, as well as a full deli counter

$20 $11

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$6 for $12 Worth of Aussie Meat Pies at The Australian Pie Company in Burien

The Australian Pie Company

Burien

Pies such as Beef, bacon & cheese, and chicken & asparagus mingle with mashed potatoes in fluffy pastries sold in three sizes

$12 $6

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Two-Hour Pie-Making Class for One or Two or One Pie at A la Mode Pies (Up to 32% Off)

A la Mode Pies

Phinney Ridge

A seasoned baker teaches up to 10 students how to craft a seasonal pie during two-hour classes held every Tuesday

$125 $89

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Wine, Beer, or Coffee Beans at Silver Cup Coffee (Up to 50% Off). Two Options Available.

Silver Cup Coffee

Bayside

Fair-trade, organic coffee beans are roasted and bagged the same day for optimum freshness; cafe also serves wine and beer

$5 $2.50

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One or Three Groupons for Coffee and Cafe Fare at Metronome Coffee (Up to 50% Off)

Metronome Coffee

6th Ave. Business District

Coffee sourced direct from farmers and fresh-squeezed orange juice pairs with fresh baked goods from Corina Bakery

$10 $6

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Great Harvest specializes in baking tasty delicacies and healthy, homemade breads ($4.50–$8.50 per loaf) that are high in fiber, free of preservatives, and crafted with freshly milled flour every day. The bread selection changes each day of the week according to a monthly schedule; previous offerings include golden honey wheat and Dakota bread. Gluten-free and high-protein breads are available in a variety of flavors, including gluten-free cinnamon-chip bread. For carb connoisseurs that prefer breaded delights that are easily juggled, Great Harvest bakes scones, muffins, cookies, cinnamon rolls, and bars.

3610 Factoria Blvd SE
Bellevue,
WA
US

The vibrant lime walls at Peaks Frozen Yogurt Bar merely hint at the intense flavors hidden beneath the folds and swirls of its frozen treats. A set of 15–18 dispensers dishes out low-fat, non-fat, and tart frozen yogurt, as well as sorbet, in a variety of rotating flavors. That flavor roster includes Hawaiian pineapple, pomegranate raspberry tart, and sweet coconut. After making their selection, patrons of the sweeteries' three locations—including the newest location, in Issaquah Commons—peruse the toppings bar for any combination of the 40 available treats, such as M&Ms, fresh fruit, and pecan chunks.

3700 Factoria Blvd
Bellevue,
WA
US

The sunset-orange hues of a neon sign reflect off mirrored walls, the cursive letters spelling out “Crossroads Cafe.” Husband and wife Dana and Cindy Nielson stand beneath, presiding over the restaurant they opened more than two decades ago.

In the rippling-hot air rising from a griddle, cooks grill bacon to top hot dogs and flip quarter-pound beef patties before coating them with housemade thousand-island dressing. Blenders full of malt milk shakes and smoothies purr. Expanses of black-and-white-checkered counters and glittering red chairs give one the pleasant feeling of stepping back into the ‘50s without ever having to see John Wayne cry.

15600 NE 8th St
Bellevue,
WA
US

If you do a double take upon reading the name on the door of New York Cupcakes, you're not alone. Many of the shop's customers wonder why this quaint cupcake shop in Bellevue Square is named after a city on the other side of the country. The answer is simple: that's what the shop was called when current owner Lisa Waxman Johnson first fell in love with it and decided to buy it; the former owner, Lisa says, meant the name to be an homage to the birthplace of the modern cupcake trend.

Lisa's cupcakes may not be made in New York, but their modern flavor combinations and chic decorations would make the fashion-forward Big Apple proud. The cupcake roster includes no fewer than 60 tempting options, with favorites that include Cookie Dough Delight, Royal Red Velvet, and Oh My Blueberry Pie. Several flavors draw inspiration from New York landmarks and icons, such as the New York Black & White, a half-chocolate, half-vanilla cupcake inspired by the city's beloved black and white cookies, or the Coney Island Coconut, a nod to the palm trees that line Brooklyn's beaches. The mouth-watering confections have earned numerous accolades by those impressed by their style and substance?each batch is made fresh daily using local eggs and butter.

15600 NE 8th St.
Bellevue,
WA
US

Gwen Whillhite found herself with time to think. Suddenly unemployed, the single mother needed income and fast. So she harnessed her motivation and creativity, experimenting with her handcrafted recipes for cinnamon and brown-sugar cookies and combining two traditional gifts—flowers and cookies—into one edible work of art. Soon her signature line of cookie bouquets took off, celebrating any season, event, special occasion, or adoption of a new nickname.

Bouquet gift baskets celebrate a birthday or graduation with a central message and a cartoon collection of images, animals, and flowers iced onto sugar cookies. Each vibrantly dressed confection sits atop a stick, arranged with its kin into a symmetrical display with colorful rushes of tissue paper. Cookies By Design also arranges circular sweets into personalized tins and baskets or sells them individually. Skillful bakers can paint cookies with the likeness of a licensed character from Disney, Garfield, and Winnie the Pooh, as well as NHL-, NBA-, and NFL-themed treats for sweetly bribing hungry referees.

677 120th Ave NE
Bellevue,
WA
US

Like all great stories, Cakes by Crème de la Crème's was written through persistence. Pastry chefs Michael Jones and Bart Utz first met when they were taking baking courses together. They formed a partnership, worked at several establishments, then pooled their resources and struck out on their own, starting Cakes by Crème de la Crème. The duo, who have chalked up experience working at venues such as the Washington Athletic Club and the Sunset Club, combine their expertise to craft delicious and visually intricate cakes for all occasions. This expertise has garnered press attention from The Knot, who recently included them in their "Best of Weddings 2013" feature.

Their tiered wedding cakes roll out a spectacle for the eye and the tongue, with romantically elegant designs finished in buttercream icing and fondant. They customize cakes to each client’s specifications by creating a unique border or design, and by giving customers a choice of unique flavors, such as banana cake with strawberry preserves and cream-cheese filling. Jones and Utz also specialize in affordable dessert cakes, tortes, and tarts and custom party cakes, which they can mold into inspired designs such as stacks of favorite books, a college’s logo, or a turntable with vinyl records on top—an homage to the days when every cake was also a record player.

440 Olympia Ave NE
Renton,
WA
US