Bakeries in Haller Lake

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

Trophy Cupcakes and Party

Multiple Locations

$42 $25

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

$15 for $25 Worth of Cupcakes at PinkaBella Cupcakes

PinkaBella Cupcakes

Multiple Locations

$25 $15

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Confetti Cupcakes

Olde Town

$48 $27

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

$11 for Five Groupons, Each Good for $4 Worth of Cupcakes at Madi Kat Cupcakes ($20 Value)

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

$20 Worth of Marshmallows and Marshmallow Beverage Toppers or Artisan S'Mores Kit at Madyson's Marshmallows

Madyson's Marshmallows

Sumner

$20 $11

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

$12 for $24 Worth of Dinner for Two 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

One or Two Dozen Mini Classic Cupcakes at Yummer's 2 the 3rd Power Cupcakes (Up to 47% Off)

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

Select Local Merchants

The city of Seattle is speckled by pho joints, each one serving its own rendition of the beloved belly-warming noodle soup. However, Le's Phở Tái remains a cut above the competition with its commitment to using locally grown ingredients and creating flavorful broth. Chefs begin the process of preparing the beef stock more than 20 hours before the soup hits the table, setting beef bones and spices to boil in order to procure what reporters from Journal Magazine praised as "exceptional flavor". Once the broth is ready, the chefs add thin vermicelli noodles along with cuts of tender beef, fresh seafood, and crisp veggies. They serve the soup in massive bowls alongside plates of bean sprouts and jalapeno slices.

When chefs aren't cooking pho, their attention is absorbed in the preparation of other Vietnamese specialties—chewy spring rolls, tangy teriyaki dishes, and bahn mi sandwiches with barbecue meats and french bread. Servers carry these dishes out into the warm, casual dining room, along with glasses of sweet iced-milk coffee and refreshing coconut juice. The accommodating staffers encourage guests to call ahead to place food orders for faster service, particularly if they have to speed back home to make sure their cats don't start scratching the Bruce Willis statue they’ve been sculpting out of peanut butter.

15210 Aurora Avenue North
Shoreline,
WA
US

From its humble origins as a small, old-fashioned ice-cream parlor operating out of a renovated gas station in Burlington, Vermont, Ben and Jerry's now delights taste buds in locations across the U.S. and 25 countries. Their brand easily attracted customers??homemade ice cream churned from wholesome, high quality ingredients and blended into creative flavors. Some of their popular scoops include Cherry Garcia, Chunky Monkey, and Chocolate Fudge Brownie.

7900 East Green Lake Dr N Ste 104
Seattle,
Washington
US

Long waits and harsh lighting are just two inconveniences that can plague a standard trip to the post office. The process leaves little room for relaxation, let alone time to kick back and enjoy a freshly made latte. That's what Sip and Ship hopes to remedy. The family-owned business combines two different worlds—the post office and a coffee shop—into an operation that runs as smoothly as its coffee goes down.

The process is both friendly and simple: customers bring in items they need to send far away, such a piece of art, an old-fashioned letter, or a cursed monkey's paw. The Sip and Ship team wraps, packs, and ships it—all while customers wind down with organic, locally roasted drinks and homemade cookies and scones. In between all the sipping and shipping, customers can squeeze in some shopping, too; the store stocks its shelves with bottled wine, bath products, and even children's toys.

7511 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US

Kalia Indian Cuisine seamlessly blends delicious taste with healthy eating, preparing curries, tandoori meats, dahls, and housemade paneer with vegetable oils and without MSG. For those uninitiated with the Southeast Asian offerings, friendly servers can help diners navigate the extensive bill of fare or suggest Indian beers and wine pairings to match with vegetable biryanis and shrimp curries. Fluffy naan, which can be stuffed with chicken, onions, potatoes, and herbs, helps diners scoop up tender morsels of tandoor-cooked turkey, lamb, and chicken. Once per month, belly dancers visit both the Greenwood and Lynnwood locations, whirling and swirling as diners finish off meals with sweet gulab juman dumplings or mango lassi smoothies.

8518 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US

Beth's Cafe

Man v. Food host Adam Richman has conquered his fair share of eating challenges. But when it came time to face the famous 12-egg omelet at Beth's Cafe, the show’s host discovered too late that he had bitten off more than he could chew. Stopping mere bites from the finish line, Richman had to admit defeat. If he ever gets his appetite back, he might fare better with one of Beth's regular omelets, made with a relatively modest six eggs. Beth's Cafe is used to hosting guests who like to press their luck. Back in 1954, the business opened as a gambling parlor, but owners Beth and Harold Eisenstadt hit their first jackpot when they ditched the betting machines and began serving breakfast 24 hours a day. Since then, Beth's Cafe has enjoyed a slow and steady rise to fame. Breakfast is still served all day, but there are now chili-topped burgers and slices of Beth's epic chocolate cake to further complicate your decision. As far as decorations go, Beth's most famous designers are the people who eat there. Guests are provided with paper and crayons while they wait for their food, and the resulting doodles are gathered and hung on the walls until New Year’s Day, when the staff votes on the top 10. The winners remain in the dining room permanently, but the runners-up aren't hastily discarded; instead, the staff stores them in a "super secret vault" dusted with pancake batter to give away the fingerprints of would-be thieves.

7311 Aurora Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US

You could call brothers George and Marcos Trejo artists. They make their small-batch, handcrafted chocolate bars and truffles right in their Green Lake storefront and transform their tasty treats into edible works of the imagination. What makes their chocolates unique is partly the high quality of the cocoa they use and partly the creative flavor combinations they come up with. On any given day, they might be infusing heavy dark chocolate blends with the citrusy tang of orange oil or mixing their truffles with the flavor of bourbon pecan or Mexican mango. In their store, they complement their cocoa-rich wares with other artful treats, such as small-batch ice cream—coincidentally, da Vinci’s first medium for the Mona Lisa.

409 NE 70th St.
Seattle,
WA
US