10 Best Seattle Bakeries

  • 3621 Stone Way N suite d, Seattle • Wallingford
    Liz Pearce - The pretzel rolls alone are worth a trek. Luckily they are opening a new Montlake location this fall!
    Meredith Fife - The cheese pretzel rolls are amazing. A great location with a great atmosphere.
    Tom Laramee - Everything has been better since Sea Wolf opened up a location on Stone Way. Their bread is wonderful, as are their croissants (and other baked treats).
  • 5821 Phinney Ave N, Seattle • Phinney Ridge
    Erin McDonald - Strawberry Rhubarb pie was AMAZING. First time not getting the Blue Hawaiin or apple pie and I thought I would miss those two favorites but shoot they all might be perfect!
    Meredith Fife - They make a fantastic Mexican Chocolate Pie. They also offer pie baking classes!
    Chris Manderino - Wonderful pies!!! There is a location in West Seattle too for those on the accidental island!
    recommended by Steve Carver, Jacob Hollenbeck
  • 137 15th Ave E, Seattle
    Meredith Fife - They have the best chocolate croissants. This is by far my favorite pastry in all of Seattle.
    Christina Nelson - If I could only eat one thing for the rest of my life, it would have to be the chocolate croissants from Bakery Nouveau. They're that good! Truly one of the best bakeries in Seattle.
    Chris Manderino - West Seattle's hidden gem. My mother-in-law loves the macaroons and it's nice to walk for a special treat now and then!
  • 522 19th Ave E, Seattle
    Ali White MacBeth - I love the cookies. We pop down about once a week for a treat, and the Birthday Cookie is my favorite. I love that the cookies aren't too big, but still satisfying.
    Brooklyn Benjestorf - HAVE MER-CY! These cookies are insane. The Salted Butterscotch has ruined me for all other cookies.
    Tim Keck - Really nice staff. Cookies are perfect size and delicious. ToatsOats!
    recommended by justin carder, Matt Rubright
  • 3421 Fremont Ave N, Seattle
    Kelsey Lockard - Got two slices of the most delicious cakes ever! We tried the Lemon Coconut Cake and the Peanut Butter Chocolate one. She was so nice, even gave us a birthday candle because we forgot to get some!
    Steve Dossick - Simply Desserts on Fremont Ave makes amazing cakes with enough notice. We are always happy with their service.
    Arry Yu - Best desserts ever -- favorite and the way to my dessert heart is the white chocolate strawberry cake. We use it for birthdays. We had them for both our wedding cake and the groom's cake. Divine.
    recommended by daedalus yunderson
  • 1902 Pike Pl, Seattle
    Keith Funai - Owner Kristi has put together great pastries, great coffee and great customer service in the Pike Place Market!
    Neil Wechsler - The chocolatine at Le Panier is simply delicious.
    recommended by Frédéric Dubut
  • 8056 Lake City Way NE, Seattle
    Shannon Garbaccio - Wow! This shop has the most decadent, delectable pastries in the NE Seattle area. Super authentic croissants, and their eclairs are something special.
    Cassie Walker Johnson - Don’t let the Lake City Way address fool you - this is hands down the BEST croissant I have had since living in Paris! The pastries are absolutely amazing, the perfect combo of flakiness and butter has been mastered in a true French format.
    Anne McGowan - Amazing pastries, Bread, Quiche.........
  • 2307 Rainier Ave S, Seattle
    Brian Schultz - Borracchini's is a great place to get custom cakes made. We are always happy with our orders, good tasting, fresh, tons of design choices.
    Kathleen Judd - We’ve had good luck with Borracchini’s, they are great for custom decorated cakes. The cakes are moist and not too dense, and they have a delicious filling layer with flavors such as strawberry, chocolate, and lemon.
    Jordan Nugent - The only cake my mom will accept on her birthday is Remo's! They're pretty great.
  • 6601 Carleton Ave S, Seattle • Georgetown
    Maile Bohlmann - Best. Cake. Ever. Their frosting is fabulous, with cream cheese in it to add depth to the classic buttery buttercream. The cake itself is quite moist and tender, but also dense enough to stand up to the multiple layers. All their flavors are terrific--the family favorite is the Blackout. They typically have two seasonal flavors per month on top of their classic selection and we always try to snag a slice of each while they're available, even thought it's a bit of a drive. Totally worth it! Do recommend ordering online at 8 AM and then picking up in the afternoon on a Thursday or Friday. Weekends may have very long lines. Also, if you do order online, check out what additional items they have, such as cupcakes, when you get there--there's always an extra treat you'll want to add to your order!
    Colleen Morris - Deep Sea Sugar and Salt in Georgetown is the best cake in town. They don't do written messages, though, just flowers or other customize-able decor options. Some flavors are lighter, others more rich.
    Candace Berde - Delicious out of the ordinary cake flavors and styles!
  • 1014 Madison St, Seattle
    Steve Dossick - Sugar Bakery is a great place for custom cakes.
    Laurel Buckner - Sugar on First Hill is a great place to get custom decorated cakes made. We are always happy with their service.