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  • Aebleskivers

    200 W. Hanley Ave. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-449-6325

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  • Alpine Bakery Co.

    810 N. Monroe Spokane - North

    509-327-7040

    Located near the courthouse, Alpine Bistro takes eaters to the food paradise of Europe. Inside, you can nibble on some artisan loaf, homemade cookies, or quiches. (July 2013)
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  • Bakery by the Lake

    601 E. Front St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-415-0681

    Take a stroll to the Parkside building and enjoy a drink of Caffé Umbria Italian coffee and indulge in a freshly made eclair or chocolate-dipped macaroon or pick up a sandwhich or flatbread pizza (whole or by the slice) for an impromptu picnic by the lake. (July 2013)
  • Batch Bakeshop

    2023 W. Dean Spokane - West

    509-413-3759

    Made possible by funding from a Kickstarter campaign, Batch Bakeshop popped up at a storefront in the West Central neighborhood. While the bakeshop itself turns out plenty of baked goods and desserts, you can also find their products at many other restaurants, cafes, and markets in the area. Infusing its goodies with seasonal and local ingredients, Batch incorporate anything from apples to lavender. Additionally, its bakers vow to use only real ingredients, veering away from artificial anything. (Dec. 2015)
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  • Bruttles

    828 W. Sprague Ave., Spkoane Spokane - Downtown

    509-228-9509

    With over 60 years of experience making candies, it's no surprise Bruttles is known as one of the best. After a brief foray in the cupcake industry they've returned to their mainstay. Come to their downtown Spokane location and get a quarter-pound of fudge for $2.75, a pound of brittle for $12.95 or a truffle for $1.25 a pop. (January 2013)
  • Celebrations Bakery

    713 W. Garland Ave. Spokane - North

    509-327-3471

    Whipped cream atop a cupcake? Sure! Celebrations reimagines cupcakes with flavors, frostings and toppings that feel like a party in your mouth. Try the Banana Split, a fragrant banana cupcake filled with strawberries and topped with a swirl of whipped cream, chocolate syrup and, of course, a cherry. (July 2013)
  • Celebrations Bakery

    315 S. Sullivan Rd., Suite B Spokane Valley

    509-315-5973

  • Chaps

    4235 S. Cheney-Spokane Rd. Spokane - South

    509-624-4182

    This friendly, shabby-chic eatery and bakery is off the beaten path, located off Highway 195 on the outskirts of the Palouse (10 minutes from downtown). Chaps serves up hearty chorizo omelettes, homemade cinnamon rolls and baked oatmeal for breakfast, fish tacos and meatloaf for lunch, and curry chicken and grilled tilapia for dinner. And at Chaps, there’s always room for dessert (and maybe a vintage cocktail). Their in-house bakery Cake serves up a decadent selection of tiramisu, bavarian cream cake, chocolate mousse and more. (July 2013)
  • Common Crumb Artisan Bakery

    19 W. Main, Saranac Commons Spokane - Downtown

    509-315-4948

  • The Grain Shed

    1026 N. Newark Ave. Spokane - South

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  • Grandma Zula's Kitchen

    306 N. Spokane St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-457-0228

    This down-home restaurant in the old Wooden Shoe space knick-knacks on the wall, water in Mason jars and a whole lot of comfort food, from scratch-baked breads to omelets, burgers, sandwiches and barbecue. (January 2012)
  • Granny's Pantry

    14683 W. Highway 53, Rathdrum Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-687-0881

    Even though Granny's has changed over the last several years, the Rathdrum staple still serves down-home breakfast, lunch, and dinner in the same cozy diner that has been in operation for two decades. The chef takes pride in different homemade soups each day, and his very own clam chowder is some of the best in the area, with hearty potatoes and a creamy base. Cinnamon rolls and pie glimmer in a revolving pie case as hot coffee is poured into retro '70s mugs. You can also find omelets, pancakes, sandwiches, chicken fried steak, and even liver and onions. Make sure to grab a slice of chocolate pie for dessert on your way out. (Feb. 2013)
  • Great Harvest Bread Co.

    3510 N. Government Way Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-667-0606

    The inside’s not glamorous — just a seating area surrounded by what is obviously a full-fledged bakery. But therein lies Great Harvest’s charm: eating a sandwich on fresh-baked bread. Besides that, there’s an espresso bar and fresh-baked muffins, cookies, and other pastries to be enjoyed along with lunch. (July 2013)
  • Great Harvest Bread Co.

    2530 E. 29th Ave. Spokane - South

    509-535-1146

    The inside’s not glamorous — just a seating area surrounded by what is obviously a full-fledged bakery. But therein lies Great Harvest’s charm: eating a sandwich on fresh-baked bread. Besides that, there’s an espresso bar and fresh-baked muffins, cookies, and other pastries to be enjoyed along with lunch. (July 2013)
  • Grumpy Monkey Coffee & Bakery

    2102 N. Fourth St. Coeur d'Alene/Post Falls

    208-665-5879

    Caleb Duke and his wife Nicole named their coffee shop Grumpy Monkey to stand out a bit from other shops, and of course to give people something to laugh about when they came in. When the Dukes opened Grumpy Monkey — a spacious yet cozy café — in December 2013 with the help of their family, they came up with a list of "favorites" for the drink menu to go along with the cappuccinos, lattes, mochas and other coffee shop staples (sizes: 8, 12, 16, 20-ounce). For a little bit of a kick with your coffee, there's the cayenne mocha ($2.95-4.45), a mixture of dark chocolate and cayenne pepper. For a fruity flavor, try the Eighth Wonder of the World ($3.30-4.80), a banana and coconut mocha. Or go for the Ape Escape ($3-4.50) with white chocolate and almond. (2014)
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  • Huckleberry's Natural Market

    926 S. Monroe St. Spokane - South

    509-624-1349

    Huckleberry’s 9th Street Bistro isn’t just an add-on deli counter at this upscale, organic grocery store. The Bistro is a destination in its own right — especially weekend mornings, when the custom omelette bar is in full swing and a sous-chef is standing by waiting for your special order. Huckleberry’s boasts one of Spokane’s very first juice bars and an assortment of salads, paninis and sandwiches that are in line with Huckleberry’s holistic, healthy approach to food. (July 2013)
  • Joanie's Magic Spoon

    10307 N. Prairie Dr. Spokane - North

    509-624-6564

  • Madeleine's Cafe & Patisserie

    415 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-624-2253

    Madeleine's offers a “window to France in downtown Spokane.” Aside from serving delicious coffee and French-inspired pastries — eclairs, tartlets, Napoleons, Macarons and croissants — Madeleine’s also dishes up savory soups, salads, sandwiches and breakfasts. With a chic vibe, good food and a spot downtown — now farther down Main, near the new Grand Hotel Spokane, this owned taste of France is always a good choice. (March 2015)
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  • Marketplace

    1011 First St. Cheney

    509-979-1051

    A yellow building sitting on a busy street in Cheney is a new spot for brunch, drinking and picking up local honey and salsa. The chairs in the restaurant half are occupied by locals and college students; the other half is a store shelving deli meat, baked goods, pumpkins and locally made soap. One of the most popular breakfast items is the heart attack sandwich — sausage, egg, bacon, ham and cheese, smothered with gravy, all slammed between two slices of bread. (July 2016)
  • Marsells Cakes and Desserts

    1420 E. Sprague Spokane - East

    509-448-2512

    This family-run bakery is full of sweet treats and smiles. Owner Marcel Kopplin vows to keep prices low and quality high. Years of culinary school and certificates galore more than qualify Kopplin as a baker. From classic desserts like whoopie pies to the owner's original favorites, lavender cake or rose petal cake, Marsells has the desert for any and every occasion. After a stint with a storefront on Division, Marsells now operates inside Spokane Cheesecakes, only taking call-in and email orders for cakes, cupcakes, petit fours, brownies, cookies and more.
  • Morning Sun Bakery

    5602 N. Wall St. Spokane - North

    241-3871

    Inside the cozy Morning Sun Bakery & Bean, you are greeted by a collection of baked goods — muffins, tarts, croissants, cookies, coffee cakes, Danishes and cinnamon rolls in three types: cream cheese, caramel pecan and glaze. The chocolate croissants are cake-like and get more than just the drizzle treatment; they’re chocolate-infused. And of course there’s the bean portion: They have espresso, drip coffee and pour-over, all brewed with organic Roast House coffee. (July 2013)
  • New Leaf Bakery - Transitions for Women

    3104 W. Fort George Wright Dr. Spokane - West

    509-325-9877

  • Nordstrom Cafe

    828 W. Main Ave. Spokane - Downtown

    509-455-6111

    Muffins and scones and other morning pastries await weary shoppers all day long, along with salads and sandwiches at lunchtime. The comfortable cafe downtown mainstay, is tucked away on the store's third floor. Place your order at the counter, find a table, and a server will deliver your meal. (June 2013)
  • Nothing Bundt Cakes

    2525 E. 29th Ave. Spokane - South

    509-535-4864

    The Bundt-cake bakery chain has about 70 locations nationwide, but this is the first to open in Washington. Nothing Bundt Cakes has nine year-round cake flavors and one seasonal flavor. (From October to Christmas you can get pumpkin spice.) Each cake — whether it's white chocolate raspberry, chocolate chocolate chip, red velvet or cinnamon swirl — is wrapped in chunky strokes of petal-shaped cream cheese frosting. The Bundtinis are a 12-pack of bite-sized cakes and the Bundtlets are a single serving. (Oct. 2013)
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  • On Sacred Grounds

    12212 E. Palouse Hwy., Valleyford Rural Eastern WA

    509-747-6294

    On Sacred Grounds offers a variety of baked goods ($1.50-$2.25), as well as breakfast sandwiches made with local organic eggs ($2.25-$3). They serve a bleu cheese burger ($3) and ham and turkey sandwiches ($2.75) with cheddar or Swiss cheese piled on organic cracked-wheat bread. Not to mention 15 varieties of woodfire-roasted coffee. (Yvonne Lucero Snow, 7/2011)
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