Café Flora – Madison
Since opening its doors, Cafe Flora has been at the forefront of utilizing local, organic and sustainable produce and herbs and building strong, direct relationships with Washington farms. Its culinary team draws inspiration from international traditions and the availability of abundant, locally grown produce to create imaginative and dynamic vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free cuisine.
Chaco Canyon Organic Café – U-District and West Seattle
Chaco Canyon Organic Cafés are vibrant, ecologically sound restaurants in Seattle’s University District and West Seattle neighborhoods. We are Certified Organic and are 90-97% organic throughout the entire year – proudly one of the few restaurants in the nation that can make this claim.
Columbia City Bakery – Columbia City
Columbia City Bakery opened in 2005 under the inspiration and direction of Evan Andres. The unique flavors and texture of our breads come from the use of natural starters, minimal commercial yeast, and a long, slow fermentation process. The dough is mixed in small batches and overseen by skilled bakers who love what they do.
There bread is now served in some of Seattle’s finest restaurants along with some local Seattle farmers markets.
Deluxe Foods – Seattle
Deluxe Foods jams, jellies, and sauces are created from sustainably grown fruits and vegetables from Washington, following classic French recipes.
Eat Local -Queen Anne, Capitol Hill, Burien
Eat Local prepared foods are made with Northwest farmed, organic produce, 100% grass-fed and finished organic beef & free-range organic chicken. Everything on our menu is hand-made in our kitchen, from scratch, using traditional methods & house-made stocks. Our meals are frozen to maintain flavor, nutrients and quality without the use of added chemicals, preservatives or fillers.
LUC – Madison
Luc is a French-American café and bar named after the The Chef in the Hat’s father, Luc Rautureau. Located at the intersection of Madison Street and 28th Avenue in the heart of Seattle’s Madison Valley, Luc is a neighborhood spot with heartwarming food, fresh cocktails and a well-selected wine list including our own blend, Luc.
Half Pint – Seattle
Half Pint is a small, owner-operated homemade ice cream company based out of Seattle, Washington. Our ice creams are made fresh weekly with local dairy and eggs and other local ingredients when possible.
Hotcakes – Ballard
Hot Cakes Molten Chocolate Cakery crafts organic, classic American comfort desserts and other original and innovative confections. We were founded in 2008 by Autumn Martin with the dessert that gave us our name: Take-n-Bake Molten Chocolate Cake in a Mason Jar.
Parfait – Ballard
Parfait’s delicious ice cream is a true labor of love. All of their artisan products are prepared from their own recipes and handmade in the Parfait kitchen.
Poppy – Capitol Hill
Jerry Traunfeld’s capitol hill restaurant brings a new style of dining to the northwest. Jerry’s inspiration comes from the “thali,” a platter served to each guest holding a variety of small dishes.
La Medusa – Columbia City
La Medusa was opened by Sherri Serino and Lisa Becklund in October 1997. The two developed a “Sicilian Soul Food” menu inspired by the recipes of Sherri’s Sicilian grandmother. The name La Medusa came from Sherri’s mentor, Claudia Medusa.
Nuflours – Seattle
Nuflours is a Seattle gluten free bakery that serves nutritious yet delicious cookies, cakes, pastries and breads using locally sourced and naturally gluten free ingredients.
Portage Bay Café – South Lake Union, U-District, Ballard
With three Seattle restaurants, we were one of the very first to focus our menus on local, organic and seasonal ingredients in a casual setting.
Trophy Cupcakes – Wallingford
At Trophy, we believe every day should be a party — filled with colorful confetti, decadent treats and happy surprises. We pour our hearts into bringing you
pure party perfection.
Seattle Pops – Seattle
All of Seattle Pops are 100% natural and are filled with as many local and organic ingredients as possible. Seattle Pops are minimal with ingredients and bursting with FLAVOR. They achieve this by using seasonal, fresh, and local ingredients. Washington and the greater Pacific Northwest have some of the premier produce grown in the USA and now you can enjoy them right in your Seattle Pops!