The guy who owns Bakeman's would like you to try the pie. The pie is good. Try the pie. You won't regret it.
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So authentic. So delicious. So rude! Yeah, this is the home of the soup Nazi, but it's worth it because everything is homemade and totally delicious! Just say "sorry" or keep your mouth shut because you'll want them to serve you! The chastisement hurts so...More
Having lived away from Seattle for a decade, it was refreshing to visit a restaurant I always had liked that has been a Seattle staple for 47 years. The turkey is still freshly cooked and piled onto their sandwiches and their turkey noodle soup still...More
We stopped by Bakeman's before our Underground tour. The service was fast, the sandwiches were excellent (I had the meatloaf and my husband had the pastrami), but the gentleman running the cash register was pushy. I commented that the lemon poppyseed dessert looked good and...More
Used to go to Bakeman's regularly for lunch takeout, than was no longer downtown, and thus the hiatus. Business downtown, went back of course. Had the usual turkey sandwich. Great taste, as always. Tomorrow, I'll get another old favorite - meat loaf. A good solid...More
The turkey sandwich and Bakeman's in general is an institution in Seattle. Like the Seinfeld Soup Nazi, be ready to order like the regulars or you'll test the patience of some of the staff. Love the turkey sandwich with the cranberry sauce...it's nothing exotic, but...More
We've enjoyed many great lunches with sandwiches from Bakeman's. Wether you love ham and cheese or liverwurst…you will find the best of the traditional sandwiches right here at Bakeman's….and they don't scrimp on the fillings! Be prepared for long lines around the noon hour, but...More
Crazy cool lunch spot in Seattle's oldest neighborhood, Pioneer Square. I stumbled in after taking the Seattle Untamed Tour about the Klondike Goldrush, just down the street. Made the mistake of getting in line without knowing what I wanted to order and felt zapped into...More
If you can get past the look and feel, the food is good and they offer dessert. Most places now a days don't offer dessert.