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How would you rate Three Girls Bakery?
Staff was friendly, courteous, and genuine. Macaroons were great, and they threw in a little extra to try and brighten my morning. Will be returning.
Great bakery and the food is solid, but the service if you sit down at the lunch counter is absolutely abhorrent. Be ready to wait about 15 minutes just to have your order taken, and another 15 just to have a sandwich made. Some of the employees are nice (albeit slow), but a few are just downright rude.
The food was good. The old man helping customers was extremely grumpy and mean spirited. I will not go there again if he is working.
Poppy seed Rugelach! As good as my grandmother's! OH YUM!! need I say more!?
I went to the bakery specifically for Irish Soda Bread and was told by the woman behind the counter that it was her mother's recipe. I was very excited to try it so you can imagine my disappointment to discover that the bread was Raw in the middle! It was so under baked that I couldn't even eat it. Never going back to this establishment.
Some of the best bread in the Seattle area. I love picking up loaves and pasteries here!
Very tasty BLT. Service was hard to get mainly because there was dozens of people milling around in the typical tourist fashion. Bread was amazing!
Unique atmosphere and great sandwiches. The bread was awesome!
Sandwiches look good, breakfast basic but good (breakfast sandwich)
Pretty nice bakery tucked away across fr PPM, I like the cookies and rolls. The three girls are lovely but still have Bakery Noveau as the best bakery in the game
We got an apple turnover and and a fudge brownie and they were amazing. The brownie tasted like a Cosmic Brownie but better. The staff was friendly and gave us our order quickly.
Great early morning cup of coffee and croissant breakfast sandwich. Bagel and lox fantastic too. Fun place good conversation.
There weren't a lot of people in there, and the service was still terrible. It just feels chaotic and like no one is listening to your order. They messed up my order too
Reasonable price for its size. It’s an average muffin for me.
1st time even noticing this little corner! At 1st I only noticed the walk up window, I ordered a coffee and a couple of cookies. Jesse (sp?) who was serving at the window was incredibly kind, service oriented, guest oriented, made sure all guests were served with a great attitude, even going out of his way to deliver! Thank you Jesse!🤗 You are the reason the 3 stars were given! Otherwise, would give 0!
You deserve 5 stars!!
**Hope owners take notice and appreciate you!
Now, for the bad: I noticed there was a very small, closed in bar next door to this walk up window that you could order sandwiches. I actually thought about getting lunch there until I encountered the most unfriendly, uncaring, rudest man working behind the bar/counter. WOW! Such awful attitude. Definitely cannot be asked for service, as that's NOT in his vocabulary! He ran me away faster than a bull!!!😐
I later found out from others in the market place that he is the boyfriend of the owners daughter and as such thinks he can get away with treating customers any way he wants and doing whatever he wants, or in this case, NOT doing anything to help a paying customer! Hope the owners wake up and take notice here as well.
Sorry to have to write this, but I was treated horribly and left without ordering lunch because of this guy's attitude and behavior!😟😒😲
Delicious hot meat loaf sandwich. Great bread. and very reasonable. sorry I can't eat there more often. Highly recommend
Stopped in for a periodic breakfast one morning. We didn't know it was a diner at first. The smell of food is what brought us in. They are very knowledgeable about gluten allergy and take the extra care and precaution. The food was great and reasonably priced.
Best service I’ve ever had. Sweetest ladies working, so personable. Loved the food too :)
Nice. Sweet little place. Tried some nice croissant here. Very friendly folks. Will visit again.
Walking around the Market on a Saturday we were lured to this spot by the smell of good food. Unfortunately, we were chased away by a man dressed in white who did not appreciate us lingering over the condiment cart. Interestingly, this was also the chosen location of the menu. We were told in an extremely rude fashion that if we were not getting condiments from the bakery we needed to get away from the condiment cart. When we said we were looking at the menu he simply said something to the effect of, "Okay, good," without slowing down, apologizing, or any alteration or explanation for his gruff manner.
When I went to another employee and told them what happened, she seemed exasperated and a little apologetic, but didn't seem at all surprised. She said he did not like people from the restaurant next door standing there. Needless to say, no one in my family (including my two young kids) wanted food from here after this. Might I suggest either changing the location of the cart or the menu? Since the menu hangs right above the cart it is difficult not to stand there and read it .... Better yet would be to keep the man in white from interacting with customers, if not firing him outright, since a quick perusal of the reviews proved we are not alone in this treatment!
I think it depends on what you get there. The lox bagel with cream cheese was fantastic - well toasted, creamy, good amount of lox. It was a little expensive at $12, but that's fine. The chocolate croissant ($3.50) on the other hand was quite bad. It was dry, bready and just not what a croissant should be (fluffy, buttery, soft, warm). Maybe it was old, but I was there at 7:30am right after they opened, so I can't believe it was that old. If you go, I'd recommend the sandwiches and not the pastries.
The pecan and lemon bars were FREAKIN awesome. Definitely going back to try some of the other treats. Lots of personality behind the counter!
The spinach and feta croissant, as well as the bacon and cheese croissant, were both delicious.
Tip: go early!
Amazing bakery, but the food menu is not as good as it used to be. This shop has been there for decades and always has been one of those local favorites.
Meh. I had a good experience, but I see many others saying they did not. I would definitely go back, so if you want to try something from here I say go for it. I do not think you'll be disappointed.
The Northwestern sandwich (salmon) and pecan shortbread were very good. I will go there again.
Tasty pastrami and swiss on rye from a landmark establishment in Pike Place Market.
This place was great, the girls are cute and nice, my sandwich was yummy, and the brownie soo good.
You know the choices of bakeries in Seattle are so many. Yet this place even though small corner spot, you noticed a nice selection of baked goods. Prices vary from $2.00 and up per item. After trying apricot walnut pastry , Ill say I would go again just too many options...
Great people working there. Really tiny seating area, so it's not exactly accommodating for people with disabilities, but it's not a place I'd want to sit down anyway. Took home two really good loaves of bread and lots of treats. Definitely stop here if you have the chance. They have 1 or 2 windows open depending on how busy they are.
Most friendly staff ever. Most delicious Sandwich ever.
One of our favorite spots in pike place market. I always take anyone that visits to this spot because it is sure to impress. Best bread around.
The service here is always over-the-top good. People love working here, and that makes me love the experience, despite it being the greasiest of greasy spoons.
That said, the food, while I believe it is high quality, is SUPER basic. Nothing will be surprising (or less than the heaviest food you can imagine). If you're a meat and cheese friend with butter on good bread kind of person, this is the sandwich shop for you!
Stopped by for a loaf of bread while getting some produce for the week. It all looked so good unfortunately, got home and the bread felt and tasted like it was 2 days old. Chewy and stale crust. Won’t buy from here again. Very disappointed given the price.
Cool story, this place opened in 1912 and was the first business licensed owned by a woman in Seattle. So, if you love equality and delicious sandwiches... come check it out.
My own staple when I visit Seattle. Three girls makes delicious sandwiches and the service is always on point.
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