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One of Seattle’s Best Baking Companies Will Open Its First Cafe in the Central District

Temple Pastries will finally have a permanent location, in a collaboration with Broadcast Coffee Roasters, by next fall

Temple Pastries will finally have a shop of its own, in a collaboration with Broadcast Coffee Roasters, by next fall.
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Broadcast Coffee Roasters is partnering with Temple Pastries to open a Central District cafe, which will be the first permanent retail location for the outstanding local baking company. For the past year, Temple Pastries has sold its treats, including croissants, cruffins, and croissant pretzels, through farmers markets, coffee shops, and pop-ups, building a following around the city. The bakery, roastery, and cafe is set to open in the fall of 2020 at 26th and Jackson.

Broadcast Coffee currently operates a cafe at at 2515 S. Jackson, across the street from the new space. When the new cafe opens at 2524 S Jackson St., Broadcast will close its current cafe and roastery. The new enterprise will include a full coffee bar from Broadcast, with beans roasted on site. That will be paired with baked creations from Temple Pastries, also made on site. In addition to the items she already makes, Temple’s owner Christina Wood says she’ll expand the menu to include doughnuts, tarts, lunch and brunch items, and beer and wine.

Temple Pastries prides itself on its use of local ingredients, including produce and flour. Wood bakes with buckwheat, rye, and whole wheat.

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