10 of Seattle’s best bakeries to grab a fall pastry

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Fall is in the air and one of the best ways to celebrate is with a coffee and a treat. To make things even better, you might as well have a seasonal themed treat. So here are 10 of the best bakeries in Seattle to grab a fall pastry.

Temple pastries

The Temple Pastries in the central district are a great place to discover any time of the year. But right now, they have some removable fall treats you should definitely try. Choose from a salted caramel cronut, an apple danish and more.

Or: 2524 Jackson Street South
Hours: Every day from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The bakehouse of flora

Another place worth a daily visit is the Beacon Hill extension of the popular Café Flora. You can hang a pumpkin tea cake or a New Danish with pear, ginger and honey. Whatever you choose, it’s almost guaranteed to be delicious.

Or: 1511 S rue Lucile
Hours: Every day from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Coyle Bakery

Boy oh boy do we love Coyle’s, this Seattle bakery is a local favorite because of its attention to quality, detail and flavor. Its fall offerings are no different. Right now, you can get a seasonal fruit croissant, apple and olive oil cake, seasonal fruit pancake and more.

Or: 8300 Greenwood Avenue North
Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 8 am-3pm

General porpoise fritters

Seattle’s OG-filled donut restaurant adds a few seasonal favorites to its menu. For now, you can buy tiramisu cream and Italian plum jam for a limited time. Walk, don’t run people, and be sure to try some of their delicious classic flavors while you’re at it.

Or: Several locations
Hours: Varies by location

Cafe Besalu

Besalu coffee is a longtime Ballard favorite and they won’t slow down this fall. You can grab a delicious Danish with seasonal fruits, a zest of cardamom, an angel food cake with autumn spices, and more. Honestly, you can’t go wrong with any of their pastries, so you might as well take an assortment.

Or: 5909 24th Ave NW
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday

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Columbia City Bakery

You can get pastries, bread, and more at Evan Andre’s beloved local bakery. Enjoy a classic pistachio snail or opt for a seasonal fruit galette. Whatever you choose, we recommend that you buy a few, as you will definitely need seconds.

Or: 4865, avenue Rainier Sud
Hours: Thursday and Saturday 10 am-3pm

Macrine

Perhaps Seattle’s favorite bakery chain, Macrina always has something delicious to offer. This fall, they’re serving up cute ghost cupcakes, mini fall spice cake, pumpkin pie bar and more. Don’t miss these limited-time goodies from a Seattle favorite.

Or: Several locations
Hours: Varies by location

Byen bakeri

Why not make your fall sweetness a little more unique? Byen Bakeri is an authentic Scandinavian bakery and they have all kinds of goodies to try. Right now you can have things like apple and nut danish, semla, almond horn and more.

Or: 15 Nickerson Street
Hours: Monday-Friday 6 am-5pm, Saturday 6:30 am-5pm, Sunday 7 am-4pm

sea ​​bass

This local bakery is known for its delicious baked creations, both savory and sweet. Think about seasonal fruits, vegetables and more. You will have to visit on your own to find out.

Or: 3621 Stone Way N Suite D
Hours: Every day from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Nuflours

Now, this list wouldn’t be complete without a place that offers gluten-free treats. We know baked goods aren’t always the most accessible treat for people with dietary needs or restrictions, but Nuflours has got you covered. Score delicious pumpkin bread, pumpkin cinnamon cake, cinnamon buns and more.

Or: 518 15th avenue East
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 8 am-5pm

What are you waiting for? Go out and enjoy a fall pastry at one of Seattle’s best bakeries. You will certainly not regret it.

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