The co-owners of Bakery Nouveau, chef William Leaman and CEO Heather Leaman, are excited to announce that their newest cafe in Burien. Located at 426 SW 153rd Street, the bakery will be open daily serving pastries, cakes, and breads—as well as house-made gelato and savory options.
The new flagship shop is their largest, at nearly 7,500 square-feet with seating for 22 inside and about 12 outside. Sage green wainscot, cream-colored walls, and quartz marble tabletops complement the shop’s dark maple floors, and windows bring in plenty of light. Outside, warm brick is complemented by teal accents and striped awnings.
The new shop houses much-expanded chocolate production, which guests can get a glimpse of through a window in the floor. They can also take a peek at bakers laminating dough and finishing up chocolate confections up on the main level, where there are plenty of peek-a-boo views of the action.
A long row of pastry cases will house gelato, chocolates, macarons, desserts, breakfast pastries, sandwiches, and breads. Guests will have plenty of options for a sweet treat to go or a full savory meal to enjoy in the cafe. The same great menu offered at the other locations will be available at the Burien location, full of sandwiches, pizzas, and quiche.
There’s plenty of parking for guests, both in the front of the space and to the east. There’s also a lovely Art Nouveau-inspired mural painted by David Heck and designed by Heather Leaman and Kiran Lovejoy on the east side of the building.
The Leamans are so thrilled to open their doors to the neighborhood and provide a great new gathering space and source of handmade treats for Burien. The bakery will be open from 6am to 7pm on weekdays and 7am to 7pm on weekends.
Chef-owner William Leaman and co-owner and CEO Heather Leaman opened Bakery Nouveau in 2006 with their first location right in the heart of West Seattle, and then expanded to Capitol Hill in 2013. William is an acclaimed pastry chef and baker whose creativity shines when he combines innovation with longstanding tradition. For more information,206.717.2100 or
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