BIZNOTE: Panterelli plans ‘grand opening’ starting this Friday

(Photo by Sara Raymond)

We told you back in June about Panterelli, the coffee-and-pastry shop in The Junction owned by Jacques Nawar, who ran Pizzeria Credo a block away for a decade. Today we received an announcement that Panterelli will celebrate its grand opening this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, after having been in “soft open” mode for four-plus months. Panterelli focuses on éclairs and choux à la crème (cream puffs, pronounced “shoe”), and will introduce new choux creations as part of the grand-opening festivities. As the announcement explains, “Panterelli is named for the chef who created the distinct pastry style for Catherine de Medici in 1540.” It also says Panterelli – at 4210 SW Alaska – will soon expand its hours, currently 9 am-3 pm Wednesdays-Sundays (closing earlier if and when they sell out).

8 Replies to "BIZNOTE: Panterelli plans 'grand opening' starting this Friday"

  • anonyme November 13, 2023 (5:04 am)

    Italian pastries are fantastic, but I wish there was somewhere around here to get a real cannoli.

    • KD November 13, 2023 (1:42 pm)

      The Italian Cultural Center at 130th. and 1st. Ave. So on the way to Burien (in the old London House salon location) Cafe with Italian pastries and the most expensive biggest espresso machine I’ve ever seen (great coffee!) yes, a bit south of West Seattle, but you wanted authentic. 

      • ACG November 14, 2023 (10:44 am)

        I have never heard of this place. I will definitely check it out. Thank you for posting!!

    • Sue H November 13, 2023 (9:55 pm)

      The cafe at Casa Italiana: – only open Wednesday through Saturday. I haven’t been there yet but I keep meaning to as I hear the Italian pastries are amazing.

  • jjjettplane November 13, 2023 (5:20 am)

    So addictively delicious! Best espresso drinks I’ve had in the junction too.

  • Deb B November 13, 2023 (9:25 pm)

    Congratulations to Jacques  on your pending grand opening. Long may your Choux a la crème reign! 

  • 1994 November 13, 2023 (9:28 pm)

    Fat free and low cal  ?!? They look delicious! 

    • WSB November 13, 2023 (9:44 pm)

      The news release actually included a claim that these are lower in fat, carbs, and cholesterol “than traditional American desserts.”

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