Coyle’s Bakeshop

Before heading back home, we made a quick stop in the morning for coffee and pastries. Coyle’s Bakeshop is a cute bakeshop that we’d scouted out the night before.

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Hours.

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Menu displaying lunch options (starting at 11:00am); salads, sandwiches and soups.

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We dropped in on a Sunday (around 9:15am) and the place was packed. Even though it was drizzling, there were still people sitting outside enjoying their morning brew.

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The inside is cute and homey with friendly staff to match. Cool to see them squeezing fresh orange juice in the kitchen. While you wait for your coffee, you can browse their homemade granola, jams & jellies and Kusmi tea cans.

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Drink menu is behind the counter: cold drinks, espresso, drip coffee and loose leaf tea.

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All the pastries in the display case looked great; macaroons, macarons, sable, tarts, cookies, cannale, scones, croissants, cretzel (interesting!), olive oil bundt cake, cream puffs and meringues.

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Something for everyone.

Latte ($4.50 US for 12oz)
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Pain au chocolat ($3.25 US)
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Cherry almond croissant ($3.75 US)
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Mini cardamom kouign amann ($2.00 US)
DSC07863I love me a good kouign amann so I had to try out Coyle’s miniature version.

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Solid neighbourhood coffee spot in North Seattle. Will have to try the cretzel next time.

Coyle’s Bakeshop
http://www.coylesbakeshop.com/
8300 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle, WA
(206) 257-4736

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