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Temple Pastries

This business has special options available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Baker Christina Wood's pop-up bakery Temple Pastries, which slings exquisite sourdough pastries (including croissants, croissant pretzels, and "cruffins") made with locally milled buckwheat, rye, and whole wheat, plans to open a permanent cafe in the Central District in collaboration with Broadcast Coffee Roasters, which has previously sold Wood's treats at its cafes. Temple Pastries will open in fall 2020 across the street from the current Broadcast Coffee location in the Central District, which will close when the launch occurs, and feature a full Broadcast coffee bar and Wood's signature baked goods, plus doughnuts, tarts, lunch and brunch items, and beer and wine.     "In an effort to clear out our back stock and add a little more money to the employees' relief fund, we are taking orders for pastries for this Friday (March 20) only. We are also offering free delivery within Seattle city limits to encourage people to stay home! All pastries are $5, and if you are a food service worker who recently lost your job, we will offer 50% off. Minimum order to be delivered is six pastries." See more details here.
2524 S Jackson St. (Atlantic)
Seattle, WA 98144
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Baker Christina Wood's pop-up bakery Temple Pastries, which slings exquisite sourdough pastries (including croissants, croissant pretzels, and "cruffins") made with locally milled buckwheat, rye, and whole wheat, plans to open a permanent cafe in the Central District in collaboration with Broadcast Coffee Roasters, which has previously sold Wood's treats at its cafes. Temple Pastries will open in fall 2020 across the street from the current Broadcast Coffee location in the Central District, which will close when the launch occurs, and feature a full Broadcast coffee bar and Wood's signature baked goods, plus doughnuts, tarts, lunch and brunch items, and beer and wine.
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