Washington Gourmet: Cravings

Cravings from around Washington


SOURDOUGH BREAD
There are nearly as many ways to make sourdough bread as there are people who make it. At Anjou Bakery, it’s mellow, hearth-baked and worthy of a detour anytime you’re nearby. While there, you might want to pick up a croissant, another house specialty.
3898 OLD MONITOR ROAD
CASHMERE
anjoubakery.com

SWEET POTATO FRIES
First off, it’s important to get the consistency right. These sweet potato fries from Ambrosia Bistro are crispy but still soft in the middle. Then the restaurant adds an addictive garam masala cream sauce, goat cheese and green onions, creating a colorful and delicious pile. You probably won’t want to share.
9211 EAST MONTGOMERY
SPOKANE VALLEY
ambrosia-bistro.com

COCKTAILS
Although the menu has many great options, Damn The Weather is the sort of place where you can trust the bartender to make something you’re going to like. While you’re at it, you might want to order one of the innovative, locally sourced snacks. Plus, how can you beat
the name?
116 1ST AVENUE SOUTH
SEATTLE
damntheweather.com

HANDMADE CHOCOLATES
You’ll have to walk through another shop to find Schocolat, but when you do, you’re in for a treat. The specialty is handmade truffles made in a Belgian style right on the premises. If you can’t make it in, Schocolat will ship to you.
834 FRONT STREET, SUITE D
LEAVENWORTH
schocolat.com

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