Parisian bakery coming to Upper Queen Anne

Posted on August 23rd, 2010 by master


There have been rumors spreading over what would take that place of The Play Space, which vacated the house at 1805 Queen Anne Ave N back in May (and moved into a home a few block away), after transitioning from a the Urban Kids Play store to drop-in childcare center/playspace for kids back in January.

We’re happy to announce, clues have finally surfaced revealing the new Queen Anne Ave tenant’s business. Welcome Le Reve Bakery!

Although there’s no word yet on when Le Reve—which advertises itself as an “upscale Parisian style bakery”—will be opening, they must be getting close, because they’ve already posted a Craigslist ad looking for staff to “join the Parisian Dream Team.”

The bakery, which will be located next door to El Diablo Coffee and Queen Anne Books, has also applied for a liquor license with the city. Would you like a little wine with that croissant? We’ll keep you posted as we learn more.

(Thanks to reader Aaron Averbuch for the tip!)


0 responses to “Parisian bakery coming to Upper Queen Anne”

  1. QARunner says:

    I had my money on another yoga or Pilates studio.

  2. QARunner says:

    I had my money on another yoga or Pilates studio.

  3. QAHill says:

    This is great news. Especially if it’s anywhere near as good as Besalu.

  4. QAHill says:

    This is great news. Especially if it’s anywhere near as good as Besalu.

  5. afriye13 says:

    Wonderful if it’s good! Macrina isn’t French, so the variety will be nice. IF it’s good…

  6. afriye13 says:

    Wonderful if it’s good! Macrina isn’t French, so the variety will be nice. IF it’s good…

  7. vanderleun says:

    Who says there’s no good news?

  8. vanderleun says:

    Who says there’s no good news?

  9. maggiehood says:

    I’ll make the trek from Magnolia if I hear it’s good. But I doubt it can touch Besalu–Mr. Miller’s pastries are the best in the west!

  10. maggiehood says:

    I’ll make the trek from Magnolia if I hear it’s good. But I doubt it can touch Besalu–Mr. Miller’s pastries are the best in the west!

  11. afriye13 says:

    Besalu is delicious. I was hopeful when Bustle went in, but the one time I went, they MICROWAVED a croissant. I will never go back.

  12. afriye13 says:

    Besalu is delicious. I was hopeful when Bustle went in, but the one time I went, they MICROWAVED a croissant. I will never go back.

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