Bakeries in Everett

$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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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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$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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$12 for $20 Worth of Cupcakes at New York Cupcakes

New York Cupcakes

Southeast Bellevue

Cupcakes made fresh daily using local eggs and butter come in 60 flavors

$20 $12

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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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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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$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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$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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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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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

Before they became business partners, the owners of Frost Doughnuts were just three best friends who shared a passion for loving and eating donuts. Following what must rank among the most productive hangout sessions ever, the trio decided their beloved breakfast staple was worthy of elevation alongside other resurrected sweet treats such as the cupcake, and so they got to work crafting a concept that would revamp its reputation from greasy to gourmet. Today, while customers still sink their teeth into a roster of exquisitely baked classics such as a chocolate glazed or bavarian-cream filled, it?s the shop's evolved flavors that really turn morning munch-a-thons upside down. Available on a rotating schedule due to their gourmet preparations and forgivable diva complexes are favorites such as a smoky bacon maple bar or an aztec chocolate donut iced with cinnamon-cayenne chocolate. Inside the charming shop, diners can watch as chefs whip up batches of banana split fritters or peaches and cr?me bismarcks in their exhibition-style kitchen, but should take care to break their hypnotic gaze before closing time, as all leftover donuts depart for local food shelters at the end of each day.

15421 Main St, Ste 102
Mill Creek,
WA
US

Daily-made batches of breads, cakes, and pastries cast intoxicating aromas across this charming French-inspired café, where passionate bakers prepare every morsel from locally sourced ingredients while wearing internationally sourced berets. Cups of slow-roasted Pegasus coffee chase tastes of made-from-scratch soups and signature sandwiches, such as a BLT slathered in roasted tomato jam and garlic aioli, on the lunch menu.

914 164th St
Bothell,
WA
US

Hailing from an Italian clan that expressed adoration via edibles, Bellacelli Cupcakery's head baker whips together fresh local eggs, fruits, and dairy products to create desserts that land on doorsteps in recyclable packaging. Lollicakes emulate the makeup of their cupcake cousins, flaunting bite-size morsels speared on a stick to facilitate jabbing competitors at community bake sales. Peanut-butter filling bursts from the heart of Ted dark-chocolate lollicakes, topped with semisweet chocolate buttercream. Emilia confections mimic citrusy summer sips by marrying strawberry buttercream with lemon cake and candy, and white-russian fixings spike the adult-oriented Thad lollicakes, which are perfect for celebrating 21st birthdays or throwing at the ghosts of prohibition enforcers.

3223 164th Street Southwest
Lynnwood,
WA
US