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  • 3621 Stone Way N suite d, Seattle • Wallingford
    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).
    Meredith Fife - The cheese pretzel rolls are amazing. A great location with a great atmosphere.
    Yaprak DeCarmine - I bought a loaf from their Capitol Hill farmer's market tent and ate the entire thing. Their baked goods are amazing.
  • 5821 Phinney Ave N, Seattle • Phinney Ridge
    Meredith Fife - They make a fantastic Mexican Chocolate Pie. They also offer pie baking classes!
    Jacob Hollenbeck - We often order pies from here! We especially love the Apple Pie! What a gem of a place!
    Steve Carver - Amazing pies! Dangerously close to my house . . .
    recommended by Erin McDonald
  • 3421 Fremont Ave N, Seattle
    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.
    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!
    recommended by Dae Yu
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 1404 E Pine St, Seattle
    Matt Gamboa - Regent Bakery makes great Asian cakes. There are several locations in Seattle and Bellevue and it’s a family owned small business. They are easy to work with.
    Yi-Jian Ngo - Regent Bakery in Capital Hill is great. Their fruit, strawberry and black forest cakes are all pretty good.
  • 1413 NW 70th St., Seattle
    Maria Hess - Wow. I had a chocolate cake at a friend's birthday that was made by Rosellini's, and it was fantastic. Simple, moist, not too sweet, delicious chocolate cake with chocolate frosting. It was so good I had to ask where they got it from. I will go there for my next celebration cake or just 'cuz ;)
  • Christina Nelson - I bought a dozen of these delicious cookies as a gift for my boyfriend's family, and they did not disappoint! Fantastic delivery, a wonderful team, and knockout flavor combos.
    recommended by Carly Canter
  • 1500 E Olive Way
    Laura - I try to look away when I pass their storefront...and yet I always seem to end up walking inside and getting something. Usually a macaron, which they have in some of the most creative flavors around.

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Leslie Feinzaig
8 months ago • Maple Leaf
I need a cake for my daughters birthday and would like something nicer than grocery store cake. She wants Minnie Mouse :) any great bakers you woul...
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8 months ago
Shannon Swift A bit further out, but AMAZING cakes at Celebrity Cakes in Tacoma! celebritycakestudio.com
kelly malloy i got a beautiful cake for my husbands 50th from Taryn Smith (tarynhatesveggies) instagram
Dae Yu Yummy House in Chinatown (no, i don't care if i'm supposed to call it The International District, LOLOL). The cakes are Hong Kong style. That means they are not too sickening sweet. They are light and fluffy. And they have all kinds of other Asian pastries and baked goods. Like the Hot Dog Bun. Literally a hot dog in a baked pastry. I can eat several of these in one sitting.
Liz Pearce
11 months ago • Montlake
Hi, FC friends - what's your favorite bakery for custom decorated cakes? I've used Madison Park Bakery in the past...they do a nice job on the desi...
17 replies
8 months ago
Liz Pearce If you're following this thread, thought I'd share the pricing information I got for all of these recommendations:

Baked - Min order $350 (very fancy & cool Food Network type stuff!)
Regent - No prices online, not sure if they do decorating
Simply Desserts - Cakes are ~$50, no listed price for decorating
Hoffman’s - 8” round - $50, no listed price for decorating
Sugar Bakery - 8” round - $55 + printed decoration addl $20
Borrachinni’s - 8” round - $23 + basic decoration addl $13
Seatown Sweets - 8” round with decorations $68 (classic flavor)
Amy Cakes - 8" round - $29, with elaborate decorations up to $125

Thanks again!
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.
Kristy Morrison Huge vote for HoneyCrumb cakes. They've made our wedding cake and our first anniversary cake. They're GORGEOUS and omg don't even get me started on the sugar flowers they create. They are something else. honeycrumb.com
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