West Seattle food: Sod House Bakery joins Farmers’ Market lineup

March 1, 2014 at 9:46 pm | In West Seattle Farmers' Market, West Seattle news | 2 Comments

(Photo courtesy Sod House Bakery)
Thinking about going to the West Seattle Farmers’ Market tomorrow? If you do, look for a new vendor that is doubly local – not only is Sod House Bakery selling its wares in West Seattle, it’s also owned by West Seattleites. We asked them for a little info, after learning about their debut last week:

Sod House Bakery is Evan Radick and Nina Faccone’s small bakery project based out of West Seattle. Last fall we realized our dream of many years by starting our own bakery and are building it from the ground up. We just became a vendor at the West Seattle Farmers Market, and hope to be selling all around Seattle this summer season. We make fun, delicious pastries like pop tarts, cookies, hand pies, and mini cakes.

As always, the market is open 10 am-2 pm at 44th/Alaska.

2 Comments

  1. I got some treats from them last weekend. Everything was delicious but their chocolate chip cookies were probably the best I’ve ever had. (Not so overpowered by chocolate chips that one can’t simply enjoy the delicious, buttery cookie part and not too sweet. Just the way I like them.) The butter cake was also especially good. I’ll be back for more!

    Comment by Kenna — 10:27 am March 2, 2014 #

  2. I bought an apple turnover from them this morning and it was really good. The pastry was yummy and the apples were not too gooey or sweet. I’ll be back for more!

    Comment by Hils — 9:25 pm March 2, 2014 #

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