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The French Bakery
219 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA 98033
This independent bakery offers a little taste of France in Kirkland's downtown. Stop in for mouth-watering fresh breads,More pastries, fresh coffee and more to enjoy during a stroll down nearby Lake Street. Quiches, sandwiches and other meal items are served but make sure you save some room for dessert. Specialty cakes are also available.
Franz Bakery Outlet Store
12644 NE 85th St, Kirkland, WA 98033
Franz is a Portland-based bakery with more than 100 years of experience serving the greater Northwest region. TheMore Kirkland location is small but tidy with a large selection of bread, pastries and other snacks like potato chips. Loaves of white and wheat bread are available for 99 cents.
PCC Natural Markets
10718 NE 68th St, Kirkland, WA 98033
PCC got its start in the 1950s as a food buying club and has become one of the largest natural food co-ops in theMore country. Nestled in Houghton Plaza, the Kirkland location lets you enjoy their variety of fresh produce, wines, bakery, cheeses and healthy snacks. PCC is great for all sorts of health needs, with tons of delectable gluten-free choices.
Factory Donuts
12505 NE 144th St, Kirkland, WA 98034
Located in Kirkland, Factory Donuts provides coffee and donuts early in the morning to help get your day started offMore right. It also fulfills pre-ordered requests to accommodate large groups of people. The bakery also sells iced lattes and muffins, so stop in soon for a guaranteed tasty treat.
Starbucks Coffee
10602 NE 68th St, Kirkland, WA 98033
Seattle is known for its coffee culture and Starbucks is only happy to oblige. The Houghton location is the perfectMore pick-me-up caffeine stop to start off a day or add a late-afternoon or evening boost. There's no drive-thru at this location, but there is plenty of parking and easy access to get that coffee fix. Starbucks also sells sandwiches, yogurt, granola, croissants and bakery items.
St. James Espresso
355 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA 98033
Across the street from the Kirkland Performance Center, St. James Espresso is a popular coffee shop with locals. TheMore roomy interior is decorated in dark reds. There are kid-sized chairs available along with a few baskets of toys to keep little ones occupied. It features Caffe D'Arte coffee and its baked goods are from PINKS Original Bakery in Seattle. 
Hoffman's Fine Pastries
226 Parkplace Ctr, Kirkland, WA 98033
Hoffman's Fine Pastries is a specialty bakery that offers a variety of cakes, pastries, cookies and tarts in aMore European-inspired space with both indoor and outdoor seating. Breakfast and lunch are also available. There are daily sandwich specials and a soup d'jour. Hoffman's also specializes in wedding cakes -- see the store's website for details. 
Metropolitan Market
10611 NE 68th St, Kirkland, WA 98033
A local grocery store with high end, quality food, Metropolitan Market is a one-stop shop for everything fresh. RegularsMore start with the bi-weekly mailer, which lists deals on endless amounts of produce, flowers and healthy food options. The cheese center is manned by knowledgeable cheese connoisseurs who act as guides through the plethora of choices, offering tastings of Artisan, local, specialty and aged cheeses. Not just a grocery store, Metropolitan also houses a bakery, deli, floral shop and nutrition and wellness information.
Bridle Trails Red Apple Market
6625 132nd Ave NE, Kirkland, WA 98033
Bridle Trails Red Apple Market is a local grocery store with a location based on 132nd Avenue in Kirkland. TheMore location offers a wide range of products and departments, including a bakery, produce, seafood, floral and meats as well as dairy and frozen items. Some products offered include health and beauty products, pasta, sauces, produce, pork roast, olives, grapes, watermelons, strawberries, cheese, cereal, teas, snacks and much more. Store services include lotto tickets, gift cards and a Chase bank. It also has an ATM. Check the main website for details on departments or to view the weekly ad.
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