MostBest Seattle | Pastries

There are 351 pastry shops in Seattle. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.

There’s nothing like a pastry fresh out of the oven, especially after a long day on the job. Treat yourself to a sweet something at one of Seattle’s most notable spots!


via Flickr user Cocoa Dream

via Flickr user Cocoa Dream

The focus at Bakery Nouveau is to bring the community together through their unique creations and deliciously light and fluffy pastries. Display cases reveal a plethora of colorful breakfast sweets, specialty desserts, breads, cakes, and more. Long lines constantly form out the door at this charming bakery, but the friendly staff is proficient in keeping things moving.

We Love Their: Pear Danish, “Classic” Chocolate Cake, Twice Baked Almond Croissant

1435 E John St Ste 137s
(206) 858-6957


via Flickr user Dave Lichterman

via Flickr user Dave Lichterman

Crumble & Flake Patisserie is a French-style bakery famous for their unparalleled airy and crispy croissants. This quaint hotspot produces small batches with a limited selection of products, so things tend to run out fast. Brilliantly flavored macarons of every color are available, rotating with the seasons, and the cream puffs are filled-to-order, ensuring they are fresh and ready to eat.

We Love Their: Pistachio Croissant, Canalés, Kouign Amann

1500 E Olive Way
(206) 329-1804


via Flickr user ddmalan

via Flickr user ddmalan

The smell of freshly baked bread fills the street outside of Le Panier, an authentic French-style bakery located in the heart of the bustling Pike Place Market. Adored by locals and visitors alike, this tiny confectionary crafts their exceptional pastries, sandwiches, and baguettes by hand and from scratch. Bar seats line the large front windows, great for people-watching.

We Love Their: Caramel Macaron, Café Macaron, Chocolatine Croissant

1902 Pike Pl
(206) 441-3669