Bakeries in Camano

Up to 50% Off at Silver Cup Coffee

Silver Cup Coffee

Bayside

$5 $2.50

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

40% Off at PinkaBella Cupcakes

PinkaBella Cupcakes

Multiple Locations

$25 $15

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

Up to 50% Off at Kringles Bakery

Kringles Bakery

Redmond

$10 $5.50

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

$11 for Baked Goods at Borracchini’s Bakery

Borracchini’s Bakery

North Beacon Hill

$20 $11

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

Up to 32% Off Pie-Making Classes or Pie at A la Mode Pies

A la Mode Pies

Phinney Ridge

$125 $89

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

$10 for Chocolate-Chip Cookies at Cow Chip Cookies

Cow Chip Cookies

Multiple Locations

$19.50 $10

Ghirardelli semisweet chips are planted in 13 signature drop cookies made from farm-fresh ingredients

$6 for $12 Meat Pies at The Australian Pie Company

The Australian Pie Company

Burien

$12 $6

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

45% Off at Madi Kat Cupcakes

Madi Kat Cupcakes

Federal Way

$4 $2.20

Bakers whip up custom cupcakes and cakes from scratch each day in flavors like butterscotch, banana split, and red velvet

50% Off at Cupcakes by Heather & Lori

Cupcakes by Heather & Lori

Highstreet Mall

C$14 C$7

Baked-from-scratch cupcakes made from preservative-free ingredients inside a retro-style shop with its own reality show

Up to 45% Off at Madyson's Gourmet Marshmallows

Madyson's Marshmallows

Sumner

$20 $11

Gourmet hand-crafted marshmallows stuffed with chocolate, peanut-butter, toffee, and more

Up to 47% Off at Yummer's 2 the 3rd Power Cupcakes

Yummer's 2 the 3rd Power Cupcakes

Midland

$15 $9

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Flavors such as french toast with maple-buttercream frosting and candied bacon, coconut-cream, and sweet potato with marshmallow frosting

50% Off at The Buttered Biscuit

The Buttered Biscuit

Sumner

$24 $12

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Diner that serves breakfast all day also dishes out dinner entrees like steak, fish and chips, smoked chicken fettuccine, and taco salads

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We're a fresh new business opening winter 2010 intent on offering up delicious fresh baked goodies, espresso beverages, soups salads and sandwiches in comfortable atmoshpere.

3323 169th Pl NE
Arlington,
WA
US

Stretching across Skagit Valley since 1875, Lenning Farms has seen countless oats, grains, vegetables, and fruit grown and harvested on its land throughout five generations of hard work. The farm’s current operators, Todd and Bev Lenning, erected The Berry Barn more than 10 years ago to house their berry-related goods, then a new endeavor for the farm. The pair stocks the big red barn with dozens of varieties of fresh-picked berries—from strawberries to gooseberries to blueberries—14 types of fresh-baked pies, hand-dipped ice cream, and handmade gifts. To challenge and entertain their visitors, Todd and Bev constructed their mind-exercising hedge maze, which has grown to be one of the largest in North America, where customers search for different stations featuring facts about berries and Lenning Farms. Lenning Farms also has a rope maze available for younger guests.

14285 Laconner Whitney Road
Mount Vernon,
WA
US

Crusty Tasty Bistro's artisanal bakers and sandwich constructors craft a menu of Hungarian-American fusion fare and fresh baked goods. Steamy Hungarian goulash ($7.99) dazzles palates with a spicy paprika swirl, and fried dough sings under a shower of sour cream and garlic ($3). Sandwiches ($7.29) swaddle a variety of hearty, just-cut meats, and are available au naturel or grilled, and pastries ($1.39–$3.50), such as linzers, burst with sweet almonds and fruit. Bread loaves ($3.60), ranging from pumpernickel to challah to sandwich rolls, donate a just-baked smell to the atmosphere, giving noses a glimpse of the old country without the inconvenience of attending Renaissance fairs or ceasing to pay the electric bill.

607 SE Everett Mall Way
Everett,
WA
US

Occasionally, the ground shakes at Karl's Bakery & Cafe, sending ripples through cups of coffee. These trembles occur throughout the day, but they're not the result of an earthquake or a T. rex playing hopscotch. Rather, they originate from the Everett train tunnel, located just below the café.

Since its inception, Karl's Bakery & Cafe has had a unique relationship with transportation. In the 1960s, it found a permanent home at Wetmore Avenue, earning the nickname "drive-through bakery" courtesy of a driver who crashed through the front window.

Perhaps the driver had a hankering for the café's glazed cake donuts or tightly coiled cinnamon rolls—they're freshly prepared daily according to time-honored recipes. Customers can peruse these baked goods as well as apple fritters, cherry danish, and other buttery delicacies in the bakery's display cases.

In addition to baking sweets, cooks prepare hearty breakfasts and lunches. Stacks of pancakes measure about three fingers tall, and four strips of bacon add a second deck to saucy cheeseburgers. Cooks bundle theses entrees with sweets for well-rounded meals, served in the café or catered to designated locales.

2814 Wetmore Ave
Everett,
WA
US

Before teaming up in 1953, Burt Baskin and Irv Robbins were seasoned business owners with their own ice-cream shops. The words “unusual varieties” shone high above each shop, signaling their respective owners’ passion for anything but an ordinary dessert experience. When the two got together, it was natural that they’d adopt the theme of “31 flavors,” one for each day of the month. Since then, Baskin-Robbins has introduced more than 1,000 flavors and opened shops with more than 5,800 franchise owners worldwide. Even their little pink tasting spoon has become a staple as a way to make flavor browsing an event by allowing guests to try specialties without paying cash or chicken-based trade for the privilege.

13116 39th Ave. SE
Everett,
WA
US

The tenure of US Coast Guard–certified Captain Brett as captain of the Island Whaler began as a dream. In the course of nine months, he had a recurring dream about an unusual flatbed boat, which replaced his normal dreams about beating up Napoleon with Horatio Hornblower. More than a year after the visions stopped, Brett discovered his fantasy boat sitting in a parking lot in Anacortes. He now owns that boat and pilots the open-topped Island Whaler through picturesque waters to view the multitudinous wildlife found in and around Deception Pass.

The open deck and low-slung cabin of the seafaring sloop grants easy, panoramic views of the steep, rocky landscape. Captain Brett chimes in against the breeze with educational details about the pass's historical significance, structures, and ecology. Throughout the tours, spritely fauna with unevolved senses of stage fright perform lively, natural ballets as visitors potentially lock eyes with bald eagles, seals, porpoises, gray whales, and Pacific Northwest giant squid.

5596 State Route 20
Anacortes,
WA
US