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Three Girls Bakery

Map & Directions 1514 Pike Place, Ste. 1
Seattle, WA 98101
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206-622-1045
  • Bakeries
  • Daily 6am-6pm
  • MasterCard, Visa, cash
  • Takeout, Wheelchair Accessible
  • Snacks
  • None
  • Not Necessary, Accepted
  • Street

Description

Seattle Weekly's Description

Nothing says "you're in the Market now" like pulling up a stool at this beloved Pike Place lunch counter. The sandwiches are overstuffed, the service is friendly, and your fellow travelers are always entertaining. It's a cozy spot to while away the lunch hour, but don't dawdle, because there's always someone hovering just outside waiting to take your spot. If you're just passing through, stop at the Girls' takeout window, where there's an array of tempting (and reasonably priced) breads and pastries wooing the throngs of Market visitors.

 
Member Reviews

  • Marisa Willis wrote a review for Three Girls Bakery
    on 06/02/10
    4

    Sounds fun to me!

  • Kelsee
    Kelsee wrote a review for Three Girls Bakery
    on 05/09/10
    4

    This place is good! It's in the middle of pike's place, but it's one of the less crowded places. The food is really good and fairly prices. I love that when you eat here, you feel like you're in a small cafe.

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