Bakeries in Wedgewood


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  • Cafe Javasti
    In Focus: Cafe Javasti Locations: Maple Leaf and Wedgwood How often they bake their pastries: every day Where they bake their pastries: onsite Most popular dishes: sweet and savory crepes, including one with homemade olive tapenade Cookie flavor most likely to remind you of summer camp: s’more How to trick kids into eating veggies: Order a chocolate-zucchini cake. What to drink: espresso, chai tea, or italian soda
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    8617 35th Ave NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Cafe Van Gogh
    Head to Cafe Van Gogh for a steaming cup of joe. Come prepared to feast at Cafe Van Gogh — with no low-fat options, any diets will need to be put aside for the moment. Load up the mini-van and bring the kids to Cafe Van Gogh — they'll love the menu and scene here as much as mom and dad. The patio seating at Cafe Van Gogh is perfect for those warm summer days. If you need to feed a big crowd, Cafe Van Gogh also offers catering services for parties and get-togethers. For those in a rush, the coffee shop lets you take your food to go. null You can enjoy a delicious meal at Cafe Van Gogh for a bargain rate, with most tabs there running well under $15 per person.
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    8210 35th Ave NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Grateful Bread
    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.
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    7001 35th Avenue Northeast
    Seattle, WA US
  • Sunflour Bakery Cafe
    In Focus: The Bryant Corner Cafe & Bakery Formerly known as: Sunflour Bakery and Cafe Specialty: fresh baked goods and café fare Atmosphere: cheery and inclusive, catering to a diverse clientele that includes families, date-night couples, and businessmen with laptops Recommendation from the Seattle Times: orange-wheat french toast with Oregon marionberries Popular brunch option: corned-beef hash, which is brined in-house Sample dinner: chicken marsala Inside tip: Many options can be made gluten-free. Amenities: free WiFi Best night for families: Mondays, when kids eat free
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    3118 NE 65th St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Heidelberg Haus
    In Focus: Heidelberg Haus Specialty: from-scratch German cuisine made with local and German ingredients Menu highlights: potato pancakes with applesauce, Jägerschnitzel with mushroom cream sauce, mussels with dark-beer sauce On tap: four German brews, including original and dark hefeweisse Other libations: German and Californian wines, as well as German spirits such as Schladerer Himbeergeist—a raspberry brandy Vibe: a dining room decorated with trinkets such as German toys and beer steins Hours: dinner from 5–10:30 p.m. everyday except Monday and Tuesday
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    2122 NE 65th St
    Seattle, WA US
  • Bagel Oasis
    In Focus: Bagel Oasis Established: 1998 What The Seattle Times' says: "Grab a sourdough or pumpernickel, and it's a little bit like the old country, assuming the old country is Brooklyn." Number of cream cheeses: nine, including strawberry and cinnamon-raisin walnut Specialty bagel sandwich for carnivores: the Hog in the Fog, a medley of ham, cheese, and apricot mustard Specialty bagel sandwich for herbivores: the Meatless in Seattle, a union of avocado, tomato, and red onion with scallion or sun-dried tomato spread Earliest patrons can grab a bagel: 6 a.m. Monday–Friday, 7 a.m. on weekends
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    2112 NE 65th St
    Seattle, WA US