Macrina Bakery & Cafe
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- 77%Budget Travelers
- 75%Local Culture
- 70%Business Travelers
Member Reviews (13)
- Macrina Bakery & CafeMember ofLocal CultureBudget TravelersFoodies+ 3May 10, 2013
Went here because it always smelled so damn good when we passed by. My sandwich was delicious, but a little pricey (that's what quality costs in Seattle!). Coffee was also alright. Very cute and quaint place, it's a good area to meet a friend for coffee or do a morning meeting.
- Macrina Bakery & CafeFeb 27, 2013
This cafe was oh so cute and the coffee is great! You have to try the Parmesan Rosemary biscuit for breakfast. It was so good! I love that this place opens at 7am b/c it's so hard to find somewhere to eat early in Seattle. I wish the cafe would have had free Wifi so we could hang out their longer but I guess since it's so small they probably want people to eat & go. If I lived in Seattle this would be one of my favorite bakeries!
- Macrina Bakery & CafeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 12Jul 05, 2012
This bread is the shizz. It is so the shizz that a lot of other restaurants in Seattle get their bread from here. It's a great place for brunch. Also, they sell their day-old breads half off!
The only reason why I give them four stars instead of five is because their coffee wasn't very good. I recommend sticking to what they are good at- baked goods!
- Macrina Bakery & CafeMember ofLocal CultureOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget Travelers+ 2Jul 05, 2012
This is one of my favorite brunch spots in Seattle. They serve brunch the way it is intended to be: delicious, fresh and comforting. I usually get the simple egg, bacon, toast, fries and salad. I have tried other items and they are all very satisfying. If you are going with some friends, don't forget to share the freshly made coffee cake. Beside, brunch, it is also my go-to place for a great cake. It is such an unassuming place with delicious food.
- Macrina Bakery & CafeJul 05, 2012
This quaint, cute little find in Belltown. I love bakeries, I love breakfast and I adore cozy so this was the perfect spot to start off my recent Seattle trip.
We did have to wait a short while to get a table since the place is incredibly small and there are only a few tables but everything seemed so rustic and home made I had no complaints about the wait. There are so many baked goods in the front door area to keep one entertained anyway.
I saw so many locals come in during my wait and talk to the staff there (whom were very friendly) and grab goodies such as pastries, cookies, cakes, muffins, you name it!
The food came out very fast and I love how they give you fresh fruit with FIGS! That in itself deserves one star. Definitely will be back, if anything, for more pastries to dig into while walking around Seattle.
- Macrina Bakery & CafeMember ofOutdoor EnthusiastsBudget TravelersBackpackersJul 04, 2012
This place was featured at Bon Appetit (January, 2011) as one of the top 10 best bread bakeries in America for a reason... everything here is delicious.
If you get there after 9:30 you will certainly have to wait, but do so because is totally worth it.
Pastries, breads, cakes, cupcakes and everything else will get you inspired to do your own version of Man vs Food, and believe me, food will win because you won't be able to try everything.
Macrina is a "must go" spot if you are in Seattle!
- Macrina Bakery & CafeJul 03, 2012
Macrina bakery is one of those cozy little gems you wish your neighborhood had. An amazing brunch spot for weekends or grabbing on-the-go foods when you're busy, Macrina serves delicious yummy eats. Their bakery makes everything from cookies to cupcakes and cakes. Their brunch options are between $7-$11 and their bakery items are all under $6.