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Dahlia Bakery in Seattle (Photos, Menu, Reviews & Ratings)

Dahlia Bakery

Address: 2001 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121

Phone: (206) 441-4540

Price: $$

Menu: View Online

Rating: 4.6

Website: https://www.dahliabakery.com/?utm_source=gmb&utm_medium=organic&utm_campaign=fm

What Time Does Dahlia Bakery Open?

Saturday,: 8AM to 3PM

Sunday,: 8AM to 3PM

Monday,: 8AM to 3PM

Tuesday,: 8AM to 3PM

Wednesday,: 8AM to 3PM

Thursday,: 8AM to 3PM

Friday,: 8AM to 3PM

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Dahlia Bakery Reviews

Carol Mackin

Little pricey, but delicious. They have a mix of fresh items that vary + prepared and frozen items.
Recommend the rosemary/garlic focaccia ($10) – delicious artisan bread that’s good by itself or with a meal.
I’ve tried a few things over months of sporadic visits. Veggie Breakfast sandwich is $11 & filling. Cookies and donuts are good – flavorful and some unique combos – sesame & butterscotch. They also have other pastries, breads and pies.
It is in same building as Serious Pie restaurant. Staff is friendly. There’s a bar and some tables against wall to sit inside.

Mitchel Johnson

This might be the best breakfast sandwich I’ve ever had. So darn good. Their pastries and coffee are delicious also and of course you have to try at least one donut if you go. The donuts are a little thicker than usual, so they are different, but still super good and they have great unique flavors. The peanut butter cookie and breakfast sandwich were what brought us back for a second day while we were in Seattle.

Timothy Sawwah

This place has the best breakfast in downtown Seattle. The donuts are chewy and very tasty. The sandwiches are just perfect and their coffee has the great aroma and smooth taste. They are open between 8am and 3 pm. And you can sit in the large dinning area of the pizza place. The prices are on the higher side.

Millie Kwan

We really enjoyed our meal at Dahlia Bakery another great food concept from Tom Douglas. The space is shared with Serious Pie in the same restaurant group but opens later in the day. The English muffin sandwiches are delicious so def recommend. Would liked to have tried a fosette or Oh Mochi donut, but that would have been . We did try the triple coconut cream coco bite, but while it was good, it didn’t knock our socks off. Short wait around 8:30AM when we got there, but the line moved fairly quickly. Definitely recommend!

Charlene Larson Rotandi

We stopped in for breakfast, ordered an almond croissant, egg and cheese on an English muffin, and a chocolate truffle cookie. The almond croissant was very good albeit too much powdered sugar on top (easy enough to shake some off). The egg and cheese was fresh and hit the spot, but needed a little salt and pepper to bring it to life. The chocolate truffle cookie will be eaten shortly and I am hoping all will taste good.

Trypp Adams

It’s hard to say which I liked more, the Raspberry Oh Mochi donut, or breakfast club sandwich. Both were amazing in their own ways, the donut; sweet, soft, decadent, while the breakfast club was savory, delicious although a little messy. Be sure to grab some napkins and try to soak up as much of what drips out with the bun.

Lorraine Mitchell

Just crossed the road from Hotel Andra. Will not need to look further afield tomorrow. I had veg and egg muffin, a latte and a blueberry and coffee cream cheese slice. Had terrible trouble choosing as everything looked amazing. So pleased with my choices though. All delicious including the coffee. Also lovely staff.

Emily Gipple

Going to Dahlias is such a treat. The ever changing array of handmade, fresh of the moment baked delights are incredible (I would recommend a few but they’re different every week!), the veggie breakfast sandwich is super, and I always pick up a bread loaf to take home! Pro tip – the fruit based mochi donuts are better (I think) as they’re less dry. Outside seating area is lovely too. Coffee is fine.

MaddieMarieGlutenFree

GLUTEN FREE DONUTS ALL OF THEM!! One of my favorite donut shops in seattle. Lots of options to choose from all gluten free. They are hardy and filling! The cafe is cute and the staff are friendly! Flavors change too!

Allen

This is such a great bakery/cafe. The breakfast sandwich was toasted to perfection and full of flavor. In addition to house made pastries, they also sell Mochi Donuts.

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