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Seattle Restaurants, Cafe’s, Tea Shops, etc.

Mighty-O Doughnuts

Mighty O LogoAt Mighty-O we create original recipes that are developed from scratch. In the beginning we mixed our dry ingredients by hand in small batches. Today we continue to make our proprietary organic donut mix “in house” with the help of modern equipment and produce hundreds of pounds daily. Additionally we make our own organic glazes and organic chocolate icings. Our donuts are made out of our bakery in Seattle using certified organic ingredients, without chemical preservatives, hydrogenated oils (trans fat), food colorings, artificial flavors, or animal ingredients. With respect to our values we maintain the highest ingredient standards to create a delicious donut experience every time.

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Cupcake Royale & Vérité Coffee

Cupcake Royale LogoSeattle’s original neighborhood cupcake bakery! Baking cupcakes with love, using natural, local, sustainable ingredients. Featuring a seasonal Cupcake of the Month flavor, and proudly brewing fair and direct trade beans from Stumptown coffee in all four cafés. Cupcake Royale is committed to doing their part to keep things green, and have drastically reduced their waste output through recycling and composting programs. Cupcake Royale has four Seattle locations and now offers cupcake delivery to most Seattle neighborhoods.

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Paragon Restaurant & Bar

Paragon LogoParagon is where you will dine on Seattle’s finest cuisine created by Chef Christopher Hartfield in the comfort and lively atmosphere that only Paragon provides. We offer VERY LIVE music five nights a week, and there is never a cover. Come in for dinner and stay for the show!

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Homegrown LogoHomegrown Sustainable Sandwich Shop was founded in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle in March 2009. Our goal at Homegrown is not only to create sandwiches out of sustainable ingredients but also to make sandwich creation sustainable itself. We like to call this sandwich environmentalism.

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Anita’s Crepes

Anita's Crepes LogoAt Anita’s Crepes come enjoy great food and a warm atmosphere. We focus on small producers, fresh, local and organic, and bring to our tables high quality. Serving unique wines, beer and spirits too.

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Zaw Artisan Pizza

Zaw LogoWhat is Zaw: From scratch, made-to-order handcrafted pizza and salads and an all Northwest wine and microbrew store, all in one, and all delivered to your door.
No, like really, what: Simply the best bake-at-home pizza. Wherever and whenever possible a simple celebration of soul: Seasonal, organic, unique, and local.
Who: For carnivores, herbivores, and localvores.
How: Just select from one of our tummy-nourishing, life-enhancing pizzas. Preheat the oven or ‘cue and prepare as directed. And minutes later, enjoy.
Why: Because not all pizza comes on a grease-bottomed box. (Ick!)

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Cactus LogoSince 1990, Cactus has been satisfying Seattle’s need for high-quality, innovative, Mexican, Southwestern, and Spanish cuisine from its home in Madison Park. In 2002, the award-winning restaurant started serving eastside customers at a premier location in Kirkland. And since August 2006, locals and tourists have been enjoying the spectacular Puget Sound views from a new location on Alki beach in Seattle.

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Chaco Canyon Cafe

Chaco Canyon LogoThe Chaco Canyon Organic Cafe continually seeks to set the standard on what it means to be a Sustainable Business. We make all business decisions with the goal of having people, the planet and profitability in balance. We never compromise on our mission, and our ultimate goal of being 100% sustainable. We wear our hearts on our sleeves and demonstrate this in the way we welcome and take care of customers and employees, donate to local and national causes that share our values, source our ingredients, and prepare every dish. We give people (and ourselves) goosebumps with what we show is possible with a cafe, and what a difference one place can make for the world and our community.

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