Bakeries in Portage Bay


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  • Lake Union Cafe
    In Focus: Lake Union Cafe & Custom Bakery Specializes in: wedding receptions and custom wedding cakes Wedding-cake flavors: banana walnut, milk-chocolate raspberry, pumpkin chai, cookies & cream, and many more Other custom-made treats: cookies, brownies, fruit tarts, cheesecake bites, truffles, cake pops, and chocolate-dipped strawberries In-house catering: the menu includes entrees such as crab-and-shrimp-stuffed sole, hibachi beef, and prosciutto-wrapped rosemary chicken with basil cream sauce Built in: 1920 Maximum capacity: 250 Other types of events you can hold there: corporate luncheon, Bat Mitzvah, birthday dinner, coronation
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    3119 Eastlake Ave E
    Seattle, WA US
  • Eastlake Bar & Grill
    While guests ogle the boats and kayaks passing by outside, Chef Manual Frias stays in the kitchen, cooking up inventive takes on American comfort food. He seasons New York strips with house-blended rubs, smothers meatloaf in bourbon mustard glazes, and stirs bacon, pulled pork, and prosciutto into the aptly named three pig mac and cheese. To complement each hearty dish, the tenders of Eastlake's tiki bar pour local microbrews and whip up tasty cocktails like the John Daly, a blend of lemonade and wild tea-flavored vodka. Though the deck and patio are seasonal, the dining room, complete with its own bar, is open all year. Here, rounds of trivia test knowledge every week, while flat-screens TV show the day's biggest sports games or rowdiest congressional boxing matches.
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    2947 Eastlake Ave E
    Seattle, WA US
  • Plum Kitchen
    Louisa's Café & Bakery stresses the importance of community through its commitment to using local ingredients in its housemade dishes. Cooks prepare baked goods from scratch each morning using Shepherd's Grain flour, their beef comes from Painted Hills in Oregon, and produce is sourced from Carleton Farms. The café's robust brunch menu includes comfort-food favorites—biscuits and gravy, grits and eggs—alongside more inventive dishes such as seafood omelets with local dungeness crab, Oregon shrimp, and avocado. Seafood items seep into the dinner menu as well, via shrimp creole in a spicy tomato broth. Other dinner entrees include brown-sugar pork chops and turkey-bacon melts. The restaurant cultivates a relaxed vibe, equally as welcoming for a family brunch or a romantic dinner date. Mismatched chandeliers hang from the ceiling, illuminating a collection of filigreed frames, mirrors, and vintage knickknacks.
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    2379 Eastlake Ave E
    Seattle, WA US
  • Voxx Coffee
    In Focus: Voxx Coffee Signature cup: a custom blend from Lighthouse Roasters Most futuristic-sounding fixture: the Synesso, a state-of-the-art espresso machine hand-built in Seattle Best treat to order after spelunking into a live volcano: a scoop of all-natural ice cream from Full Tilt Ice Cream (currently only available at the the Eastlake location) Adult-only beverages: local and imported beers or wines Pastry origins: Regular baked goods hail from Macrina, Le Fournil, Little Rae’s, and Blazing Bagels. Gluten-free items come from Flying Apron Bakery and Skydottir Cookies. Number of locations: two (one on Eastlake Avenue, and one at the intersection of University and Sixth)
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    2245 Eastlake Ave E
    Seattle, WA US
  • Crepan Crepe World
    For 30 years, Sarducci’s sandwich artisans have constructed towering hot and cold subs by layering slices of cheese and veggies atop meats such as roast beef and chicken breast. In the morning, customers can crawl out of bed and crawl partially into subs filled with ham, Canadian bacon, and scrambled eggs. Afternoons usher in hot Italian subs as well as specialty pizzas and hearty calzones. Crepan Crepe World plates up paper-thin samples of France—crepes can be rolled around sweet or savory fillings ranging from mozzarella and spinach to strawberries and Nutella crowned with whipped cream.
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    4135 University Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Grand Central Bakery
    Six Things to Know About Grand Central Bakery Grand Central Bakery has grown from a single location to a chain that stretches across Seattle and Portland. Read on to find out how the stores have grown without compromising their identity. It’s a different kind of chain. Grand Central has avoided the kind of facelessness associated with quickly expanding chains by creating a tight-knit community. Each location is owned by friends and family of cofounder Gwen Bassetti. Its recipes are the cofounder’s own home creations. Bassetti brought her home recipes to Grand Central Bakery back when it was founded in 1972 and still known simply as The Bakery. It sells more than just baked goods. There’s also a café menu featuring items such as a turkey-and-chutney sandwich with havarti cheese, lettuce, mayo, and cranberry chutney. It sources ingredients from local farmers. Each location turns to home-state farmers for ingredients such as flour, butter, eggs, and cheese. Each bakery offers free WiFi. President Obama ate at a Seattle location in August 2010. He ordered the aforementioned turkey-and-chutney sandwich with a salad of spinach and strawberries and devoured it on the spot, according to _The Oregonian.
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    1616 Eastlake Ave E
    Seattle, WA US

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