A Visit to Sugar Bakery in Queen Anne


For flakey, soft, and buttery croissants visit Sugar Bakery. We checked out their Queen Anne location by Seattle Center after going to the Seattle Children's Museum. This bakery is just right for grabbing a coffee and a cookie after playing at Seattle Center. Our family liked it so much we'll have to make it a regular stop.

The location in lower Queen Anne is also a coffeehouse so I tried a Powerpuff Latte. This pretty and colorful latte had caramel, vanilla, and cardamom spice. I loved the flavor and besides being nice to look at, it gave me a good coffee buzz.

My husband and I each tried a savory croissant, a Turkey and Swiss. We also shared a Salted Caramel Croissant because I'd been hearing for years about how good they are at Sugar Bakery. Our boys each had a cookie, one had a snowman cookie and the other had a Snickerdoodle. Both croissants were really on point. We had them heated and that made them even better. The Turkey and Swiss Croissants were perfect and the Salted Caramel Croissant was really soft and light, with just the right amount of salted caramel glaze.

The gals working were welcoming and friendly. The bakery/coffeehouse was really quiet and peaceful. It was a relaxing place to sit back and enjoy pastries and coffee. And next time our family visits the museum, I'm sure we'll be stopping back in!












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