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    I will be ordering a cake for a special occasion next week. I know all about Bakery Nouveau :)- but I’m also interested in some other recommendations for local awesome bakeries. Thank you!

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    Bonnie
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    I got a cake from The Salvadorean Bakery once and it was delicious!!

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    Gina
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    Stuffed Cakes has the best cupcakes. Can’t speak for their cake.

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    Lindsey
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    I second the recommendation for Salvadorean Bakery. Their dulce de leche cakes are to die for.

    …and now I’m going to have to get one this weekend.

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    rw
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    YES for the Salvadoran Bakery and their tres leche cakes. They have a lot of other goodies as well. Both disappointed and relieved that we don’t live closer.

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    Bonnie
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    Sorry Lindsey to bring it up because dang that was a good cake! (and I am not a cake lover!)

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    justducky
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    Not WS, but I just cannot walk by ‘A Piece of Cake’ in the ID without going in. They sell their most popular cakes by the slice. Got many compliments from my friends on the cake I got there a few months ago, everybody had seconds, a few had thirds.

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    cherable
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    Borracchinis on Rainier – FABULOUS cakes and pastries. http://www.nowcake.com/

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    MercyMoi
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    My 8yo requests his cakes from Yummy House Bakery in the ID, which makes a deliciously light spongy cake with fresh whipped cream and fruit. They have a stand in the Uwajimaya food court and a bakery kitty corner to Uwaji’s. Party guests of all ages always rave about that cake – partly because it’s so light and different and not too sickly sweet.

    http://www.yummyhousebakery.com

    My husband, however, prefers his white chocolate ganache cake from the QFC bakery in the Junction.

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    anonyme
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    PCC has some pretty great cakes. My favorites are the coconut custard or the German chocolate, but they have several different kinds. You can buy them whole or by the slice.

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    celeste17
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    The original bakery in Fauntleroy did cakes in the past but not sure if they still do.

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    childplay
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    Cakes on the Side

    Brittanyjholmberg@yahoo.com, she is local and delivers.

    She made the cake for my daughters bridal shower and

    wedding cakes. Yes, a small wedding cake and 2 different

    kinds of sheet cake. Everyone raved about them.

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    datamuse
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    They don’t anymore, celeste17. Bums me out because one of my friends really liked them and we always got her birthday cakes there.

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    Thanks for all the great ideas – I think I’m going to go with the Yummy House. A lighter cake sounds just right for a bridal shower brunch and their costs are reasonable. I’ll report back after tasting!

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    MercyMoi
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    You won’t be disappointed. They’ve earned their Yummy title!

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    Happy to report that the Mixed Fruit Cake from Yummy House bakery was delicious! Light and tasty, and very pretty too, it was the perfect choice for a bridal shower brunch. We sampled a few other things from the bakery and they were all great too. Thanks again for the suggestion!

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