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Bakeries in Northern Seattle

bosanova99 Sep 3, 2008 10:41 AM

Any suggestions on great bakeries and places to get good bagels?

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    Earl of Sandwich Sep 3, 2008 11:02 AM

    Bagel Oasis in Ravenna (NE 65th St and 20th Ave NE) has good bagels (but terrible service). Grateful Bread (NE 70th St and 35th Ave NE) has good cookies and pretty good bread.

    1. cscsman Sep 3, 2008 06:57 PM

      Hiroki is a new favorite bakery (no bagels). It's in Tangletown at 56th and Meridian. Make sure you check his website, the hours are weird.

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      1. re: cscsman
        Leymergie Sep 4, 2008 02:21 PM

        Do you include Ballard as a part of N. Seattle? If yes, Larsen's Danish Bakery at NW 80th & 24th NW has wonderful pastries, cookies, cakes and breads. You would find many nearly identical items in any bakery in Copenhagen.

        The wonderful Cafe Besalu is well represented elsewhere on this board for its small but delicious selection of French baked goods. They're in the middle of the block at NW 59th & 24th NW. Next door is the equally well discussed Tall Grass Bakery known for their breads.

        You won't go wrong with any of these places.

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