7 of the best places to get freshly baked bread in Seattle

Mar 19 2021, 5:19 pm

Freshly made locally baked bread is one of those things that just never seems to disappoint.

Whether you’re slicing it up for a Scooby Doo-style mega sandwich, or tearing off chunks one by one on your walk home from the store (we’ve all been there), a loaf of bread is a quick way to cheer up yourself and your housemates.

Here are seven places to get a fresh loaf of bread in Seattle:

Sea Wolf Bakers

 

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Sea Wolf considers itself a family-owned craft bakery. Choose between white, rye, and seeded sourdough, baguette, white sandwich loaves, sprouted rye, ciabatta, lye rolls, and more.

Location: 3621 Stone Way N, Seattle
Phone: 206-457-4181
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Tall Grass Bakery

 

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The only thing taller than tall grass is the baguettes at Tall Grass Bakery. They’re perfectly pointy, have an amazing brown, and crunch like no other.

Location: 5907 24th Avenue NW, Seattle
Phone: 206-706-0991
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Columbia City Bakery

 

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Columbia City Bakery has so much more than just loaves of bread. If you stop by this spot, we’re sure you’ll walk away with a lot more than you went in for. Good news, though, pricing here is low enough that an extra treat won’t have you spending too much.

Location: 4865 Rainier Avenue S, Seattle
Phone: 206-723-6023
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Bakery Nouveau

 

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If you’d like a consistent bake but don’t want to travel around the city to find it, go to one of the many locations of Bakery Nouveau. With bakeries open in West Seattle, Capitol Hill, and Burien, you’re close to fresh-baked bread no matter where you happen to be.

Location: 4737 California Avenue SW, Seattle
Phone: 206-923-0534

Location: 137 15th Avenue E, Seattle
Phone: 206-858-6957
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Golden Wheat Bakery Cafe

Golden Wheat Bakery Cafe said it best themselves: from wheat-topped whole-grain loaves with just the right amount of crunch to their crust to buttery, flakey danishes that are filled with your favorite fruits, if it can be baked, it can be purchased at Golden Wheat.

Location: 2908 E Cherry Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-325-5055
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Coyle’s Bakeshop

 

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If you’re lucky, Coyle’s Bakeshop may have some of Ellary’s wonderful loaves of bread left. We’re also big fans of their naturally leavened olive and herb focaccia.

Location: 8300 Greenwood Avenue N, Seattle
Phone: 206-257-4736
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Le Panier

 

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Of course, it wouldn’t be a best of Seattle bread list without adding Le Panier. Since 1983, the shop has been baking its heart out, keeping the crowds at Pike Place Market satisfied.

Location: 1902 Pike Place, Seattle
Phone: 206-441-3669
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