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First opened in West Seattle where the historic Blake’s Bakery once stood, William and Heather Leaman continue to make history daily with one-of-a-kind creations. This café always has a large selection of fresh baked goods and desserts to choose from, which are sold on a first come, first serve…
Amazing baked goods that are one of a kind by an amazing chef. Sweet or savory, I have YET to find ANYTHING I have not liked. Chocolates are to die for and their savory Quiche and breakfast sandwiches are delicious.
One of the best bakeries in Seattle (or anywhere :) - hands down!! Lucky for you, this place is within walking distance. Make sure you have breakfast or lunch here at least once during your visit. It will not disappoint!
“The park is huge with tons of trails and if you walk al the way down to the water, the trail follows the shoreline. Epic sunsets during the summer. ”
“Off the beaten path in West Seattle, this is Seattle's most special music store, plus they serve a great diner like breakfast.”
“After the fun 10 minute Water Taxi from Pier 50 Downtown to West Seattle...Marination is right next to the pier. Casual place serving Hawaiian/Korean street food while sitting on picnic tables looking directly back at the Seattle skyline. If you are short on time for a ferry to Bainbridge, this is a great alternative.”
“Located in the heart of West Seattle, The Beer Junction is a bottle shop and beer bar offering Seattle's largest beer selection with 1,300+ different domestic and imported beers from over 50+ countries and 35+ rotating taps to enjoy in-house or for growler fills to-go. We also carry a selection of hard cider, mead, as well as glassware, T-shirts, and other gift ideas. We sell kegs-to-go and have a tasting event every Thursday from 5-8 PM!”
“This is my favorite sushi restaurant in Seattle. Quirky staff, all sustainable (no eel!), inventive sushi rolls (Temptation Island). It's the opposite of traditional. Reservations are easy to get, but if you show up without one, expect to wait a long time. (West Seattle)”