Food & Drink

The Best Cakes by the Slice in Seattle

We ate many, many slices of cake in our research to find the city’s best bakeries—these are our favorites

By Chelsea Lin November 1, 2018

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This article originally appeared in the November 2018 issue of Seattle magazine.

This article appears in print in the November 2018 issue, as part of our “The Best Neighborhood Bakeries,” cover story. Click here to subscribe.

1. Wandering Goose
Capitol Hill, 403 15th Ave. E; 206.323.9938

Yellow cake with malted chocolate frosting and Whoppers. Photography by Alex Crook

2. Coyle’s Bakeshop
Greenwood, 8300 Greenwood Ave. N; 206.257.4736

Dense carrot cake with dates instead of raisins and plenty of cream cheese frosting. Photography by Alex Crook

3. Deep Sea Sugar & Salt
Georgetown, 6601 Carleton Ave. S; 206.588.1186 

The London Fog, an Earl Grey cake with bergamot mascarpone cream. Photography by Deep Sea Sugar & Salt

4. Deru Market
Kirkland, 723 Ninth Ave.; 425.298.0268

Salted peanut butter frosting on chocolate cake. Photography by Deru Market

5. Fumie’s Gold
Kirkland, 11251 120th Ave. NE, #110 (pick up location only, no storefront)

Japanese-style superlight cake with whipped cream and strawberries. Photography by Fumie’s Gold 

 

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