Saw this little dive and decided to sit down for a while. This cozy little nook was hopping and I could see why. You got to watch them make your sandwich right in front of your eyes. These are not skimpy sandwich by far. Piled...More
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The chocolate croissant was a bit dry and needed warmed up. Bummed that it looked so tasty in the window and wasn't what I was looking for.
I've been in Seattle all week enjoying wonderful food and service and so this situation really stood out to me... Me, sitting at the bar having coffee and a blueberry scone. Customer: Hi! I just bought bread at your walk up window and I didn't...More
Sandwiches, bread and baked good right in Pike Place. Items are made fresh daily and are pretty tasty. There are a few bakeries in the Market and this is as good a choice as any.
Got the bagels and lox for breakfast. It came with a lot of really delicious lox that was fresh tasting. We enjoyed our shared bagel so much we ordered a meatloaf sandwich to go. That was a treat as well.
We were in Seattle for a very short visit and wanted a local place for breakfast. Checked TripAdvisor and saw the recommendations for this bakery near the Public Market. They were right!! While the breakfast menus was limited, it was delicious. It is a small...More
We stopped in here to grab some lunch while exploring Pike Place Market. This is a local's place. It is not fancy or pretentious. They actually have heat lamps suspended from the ceiling to keep the place nice and toasty to drive out the damp...More
The first day we bought just the baked goods: poppy seed and apricot-walnut roulette. They were soooo tasty , we came back the next day to get the same and also some bread. We brought the pastries home, to California and treated our family to...More
We stopped by Three Girls after reading the reviews. We wanted to have coffee (decaf) and a pastry, but were told that they don't sell any decaf. The girl at the counter said that "there is no demand for decaf". Really??? Le Panier next door...More