Bakeries in Meadowbrook

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

$125 $89

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

$11 for $20 Worth of 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

$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

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

New York Cupcakes

Southeast Bellevue

$20 $12

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

$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

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

Metronome Coffee

6th Ave. Business District

$10 $6

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

$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

Select Local Merchants

Blue Saucer is loyally committed to serving only the finest Stumptown coffee, brewed to order in small French-pressed batches (starting at $1.60). Every week a different bean from the boutique coffee maker is featured for your sipping satisfaction, along with specialty drinks such as a house-mixed hot chocolate (starting at $2) and organic teas (starting at $1.60) for your steeping enjoyment.

9127 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle,
WA
US

The Maple Leaf coffee house offers a warm and toasty neighborhood atmosphere in which to sip your favored coffee drink, nosh on your favored sandwich, or ogle your favored coffee carafe. Splurge on the 10-drink punch card, and enjoy a marathon of its premium teas ($0.91+), lattes ($2.25+), chais ($2.25+), espressos ($1.25+), extras ($0.30+), or pour-it-yourself drip roasts ($0.91+). Or opt for a $20 credit for $10 towards anything in the store. In addition to the full espresso-bar offerings, Cloud City serves up a full menu of casual café fare, with filling breakfast bites, such as oatmeal ($3+) and breakfasty burritos ($2.25), alongside hand-held lunch fare, such as quiche ($3.75), fresh-made sandwiches ($3.50+), and salad sandwiches ($5.75). Your Groupon is also valid toward the purchase of any retail product. Spend a warm afternoon among Cloud City Coffee's free WiFi, cozy couches, and children's play area—at least, until its suave owner betrays you to the Empire and has you frozen in carbonite.

8801 Roosevelt Way NE
Seattle,
WA
US

Grateful Bread: A User’s Guide

Independent Bakery | Hormone-Free and Sustainable Ingredients | Eco-Friendly Mission | Organic Coffee | Open Mic Nights

Sample Items

  • Bread: sourdough rye
  • Bagel: cinnamon raisin
  • Pastry: banana bread
  • Lunch entree: corned beef reuben

Meet the Owner: Rod Neldam is a third-generation baker. His grandfather ran a bakery in Oakland called Neldam’s Danish Bakery for many years, beginning in 1929.

While You’re Waiting: Take a look around. The walls sport the work of local artists, and management swaps in a new batch of pictures, paintings, and photographs at the beginning of every month.

When to Go: Grateful Bread hosts open mic nights every second Tuesday of the month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Inside Tip: If you’re in the market for something specific, make sure to time your visit correctly. Challah is only made on Thursdays and Fridays, and wild rice and onion breads only emerge from the ovens on Saturdays.

While You’re in the Neighborhood: Take a stroll through the four acres of native plants, orchards, and nurseries at the Magnuson Community Garden (7400 Sand Point Way NE).

If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Grateful Bread hits the farmers’ market circuit Wednesday through Sunday, making stops at Wallingford, Queen Anne, and Shoreline Farmers’ Markets. Check the website for a current schedule.

7001 35th Ave NE
Seattle,
WA
US

Each crowd-pleasing trio comes on a reusable platter that is handy for later serving B-list house guests. The Wandering Café asks that customers call 48 hours ahead. Home delivery costs extra (call for more information, as pricing varies by area), but The Wandering Café's highway-convenient location makes pick-up easy.

7533 Lake City Way NE
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

A pair of restaurateurs opened Pair Food & Wine so they could pair local and organic food with local and imported wine. The meat and dairy on the seasonal menu comes from Washington farms, and the produce might even come straight from Pair's back garden, harvested by the tiny farmers who live behind the sidewalk planters. While the wine list is lengthy, the bar-food menu is short, containing just a snack-size handful of dishes. "But each one," wrote the Seattle Times in 2009, "falls in line with Pair's penchant for making simple dishes elegant."

5501 30th Ave NE
Seattle,
WA
US