Honey Bear Bakery Cafe Menu

  • Salads
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  • Sandwiches
  • Chocolate Cakes
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  • Salads
  • Hot Entrees
  • Sandwiches
  • Chocolate Cakes
  • Classic Cakes

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  • Chelsea J.

    The coffee is very good. They serve Victrola. Their food is all made from scratch and is quite tasty. Recently, we shared the turkey sandwich. Flavor was good although it was a lot of bread! This is a wonderful place to bring kids. It's connected to Third Place Books which makes for a nice two in one stop!

    (4)
  • Erica C.

    This place is awesome! You can never go wrong with their food. Their baked goods, cakes, cookies, etc are always so tempting. My boyfriend and I always order their BLTA, Spinach and goat cheese salad- soooo good! The service is quick and friendly. You can never go wrong with Honey Bear!

    (5)
  • Lana A.

    It is a great place for lunch. I ordered a grilled chipotle chicken sandwich. I had to take the half with me because the size of the meal was large. It was good food with a reasonable price. At 7 pm they have an orchestra there and you can enjoy the music while having a meal.

    (4)
  • Teresa R.

    Had one of best quiches I have ever consumed. So flavorful and nice flakey crust. The tomato basil soup was very good too.

    (4)
  • Darren L.

    Honey Bear Bakery is a place I love to hang out. Since I live close by it's usually the first place I think of when I want a good cup of coffee, a nice pastry and the ability to pick up a good book to read right next door at Third Place Books. Honey Bear Bakery is your typical little bakery with pastries, cookies, coffee, tea as well as custom made cakes and cupcakes. They also offer a nice selection of food for breakfast, lunch and dinner. My personal favorite is their BLTA sandwich which you can see above. The bacon they use is thick and quite good. They make it to order on the normal assortment of breads but they'll also make it on focaccia bread. They use a basil aoili as the spread which really complements the salty goodness of the bacon. My favorite pastry is their orange pecan twist. It's sweet without being over the top with a crunch from the pecans and that lovely little tang from the orange. My kids tend to go for their large organic cookies while my wife likes the chocolate croissant. No matter which way you go, you can't go wrong with a snack or a meal at Honey Bear Bakery.

    (4)
  • Talia E.

    This is a great neighborhood bakery that has been a favorite in my family since I was a kid. Great cakes and pastries, also some tasty lunch items like sandwiches and salads. Solid service. Cake slices are $4-$5 if I remember correctly, but they are worth every penny. Carrot cake, red velvet cake, chocolate, pear cassata are all great. Cookies $2.25, stuffed croissants $3.50, muffins and scones $2-$3, and a ton more. Their whole cakes are $27.50 for a 7in, $45 for a 9in, and they also sell half and whole sheets for large celebrations.

    (5)
  • Hanne A P.

    I really enjoy this place, but on busy weekends they are woefully understaffed. The ultimate grilled cheese is amazing (the basil tomato soup is okay), but the 30+ minute wait for a grilled cheese makes it hardly worth it. Not only could they use another person making sandwiches, but also the person calling out names when orders are ready. Sometimes there were 3 or 4 plates lined up before they got around to calling out names. Great food, but bring a snack if you're hungry!

    (3)
  • Kellie L.

    I really want to give this place a 3.5... but alas. Yelp will not let me. A friend and I were here last Friday. It was around 6:30 pm and the place was pretty packed. Being in line gave us a chance to look at the 'giantess' sized cakes in the pastry display and decide what to order. That part was easy. The BLTA please. On potato bread. My friend said to me, you need to get it. I don't know what they do with the BACON... but it is amazing. So let's call this BLTAhhh-mazing. It lived up to its name. Here is the catch, you can get it with chips (Tim's cascade I believe) or a salad. I chose the salad, my friend, the chips. The salad is bitter lettuce. I don't know what kind, but I didn't really like it. Spring mix? Arugula? I don't know, but it was mixed with Ranch and some carrots thrown on top. If it was other lettuce, I would have liked it better. The chips were good as always, and if you can share them, do. They give you enough to feed a small country. We also had two cookies. The chocolate oat bar, and a Russian tea cookie. Both good. We also lived it large by ordering Italian sodas! Told ya, we were ballers. All in all, a good experience. We had a table that was giant. There was a saucer under one leg to prevent the wobble, and I liked the chairs and the people watching. I would like to go back and try something else on the menu. However, the BLTA has my heart strings already.

    (3)
  • Nancy H.

    I've heard so many great things about this bakery, I decided to try it out the other day. It was packed, with a long line in front of me. Of course (doesn't it figure), the guy in front of me with his child placed the longest and most complicated order in the history of all orders, so the line behind him just grew and grew, and mumblings could be heard. But the counter help remained pleasant and smiling, so kudos to them! Calm under pressure, for sure. I only ordered a few cookies which, truth be known, were rather dry. And quite pricey. But I hear that the sandwhiches and the coffees are amazing here, so I will have to try them next time. I liked how they have a large selection of items on the menu, and lots of return customers, and the place is clean and the folks there seem happy. That speaks volumes to me. I'll definately return to try the lunch fare.

    (4)
  • Todd F.

    A friend and I ate lunch at Honey Bear Bakery today. Loved everything except the salad. The BLTA we tried was flavorful and large. Every ingredient was fresh and well prepared from the bread to the bacon. The chicken pot pie had lots of chicken and a wonderful, slightly sweet taste. The pastry top was just enough to make sure i got a bit with each bite of the filling. The salad was just mixed greens and carrots, which is fine, but the "ranch" dressing had so much dill in it that it tasted more like tartar sauce. Will eat here again for sure, and just avoid the ranch dressing.

    (4)
  • Colleen J.

    My husband had a seafood scramble (I can't remember what it was called, the Seattle or something). When I asked him how it was he could only give me a thumbs up because he didn't want to put down his fork. He was very impressed with it and has no complaints. I had the pumpkin waffle. While it was very tasty, it was pretty spendy considering the fact it did not come with anything. I was left a bit hungry and the hubby was unwilling to share!

    (4)
  • Mojdeh S.

    How I heard of this place: I had first heard of the Honey Bear Bakery when visiting Third Place Books in Ravenna (Seattle). When the establishment closed and opened Vios in its stead, I had already heard rumors of a large Third Place Books, and hence, Honey Bear, in Lake Forest Park. Not until I was driving around the lake towards Bothell did I actually come to see it. But the first opportunity I have had to check out the interiors was on this occasion with my friend Pasha, over coffee. Type of cuisine: A cafe offering not only the typical espresso beverages (Victrola Coffee), pastries and desserts, but also a full breakfast and lunch menu! Scrambles, pancakes, granola, croissant-wiches, bagels and sides to your hearts content: including bacon, toast, seasonal fruit, eggs, and a side of potatoes. For lunch, patrons are invited to choose from another robust menu of salads, sandwiches, pot pies, quiche and...no menu is complete without it: mac n' cheese! Ambiance: A large and spacious interior, the doors open up into the floor of an immense bookstore. New and used books from all genres can be found immediately and throughout the expanse of the space. To your left is where you find Honey Bear. At first glance, it seems small and quaint, but walk around the bookshelves to find that the dining area makes up about one third of the entire area. A life-sized, carved wooden bear sculpture finds himself amidst wooden tables and chairs of all sizes and shapes. Large tables, perfect for meetings, gatherings with many friends and space for working or studying; find their way from the windows at the front, beyond the cafe bar and into the back of the store, where food-court-style seating is available aplenty! The smells of bacon and seasoned potatoes, fruit scones and sweet treats of all kinds waft over you as you enter the doors of Third Place Books, and no patron seems to be able to leave without ordering something. Walking by the pastry case, diners have a hard time not ordering a pastry to accompany their beverages of choice. Friendly staff offer suggestions and a smile and help to make the experience one which you would be likely to share again. What I ordered: I ordered a 12-ounce, nonfat, single ristretto mocha, with a touch of extra chocolate. My dining companion ordered a cup of drip coffee (with unlimited refills) and the only gluten-free pastry at Honey Bear, the chocolate-dipped macaroon. What I loved: The hint of extra sweetness in the mocha, among the creamy and frothy steamed milk felt so smooth and warm. The macaroon, on the harder side, took a moment to split in half, but the toasted coconut combined with the dark chocolate led to great flavor and a texture ideal for dipping into your cuppa joe! Why I loved it: The space is open, expansive and still feels like a neighborhood coffee shop, ideal for all ages! The pastries in the case looked well worth sampling on return visits. And the bustling of people in a relatively quiet space brings a smile to ones face. Cost: Average ($3-$5 per espresso beverage)

    (3)
  • Marilyn N.

    This is the biggest place where you can get food and drinks. If you do go here you will find an age group difference since their is an older crowd. This is an awesome place to study or hang out with friends. Also, great place to study!!!

    (5)
  • Matt D.

    My wife and I would make the trek from Everett every week to walk the trail and get breakfast here. The scrambles and sandwiches are absolutely superb, and well worth the price. The staff is very helpful and personable, in the 50+ times I've been here I've never had a bad experience. Their coffee is incredible, it's completely ruined other places (Starbucks) for me. Be sure to try the sandwich special!!

    (5)
  • Krista R.

    Fun place to go when you pare it with book shopping or going to the Ross next door. Yummy breakfast

    (4)
  • Liliane E.

    The service was ok, but it being christmas eve i'll allow for some slack. I ordered a mediterranean salad, which was sopping wet with tzaziki sauce. Let me preface the deconstruction of my salad with the following thought: I love toppings, but an abundance of sub-par toppings does me no good. With that said... There was an abundance of feta and limp canned/jarred sweet red peppers, honestly overkill. The 2 sliced of tomato with the core still visible? I could have passed on that. The lettuce itself was cut in small shreds and large pieces. Not only was it inconsistent, but it made it hard to eat without getting sauce all over my face. We also ordered the soup of the day, chicken and rice. While the soup as a whole was pretty bland, the broth was ok to dip my stale bread in. The rice was so overcooked, it disintegrated as soon as it touch my tongue. I tried a bite of husband's BLTA, which was pretty tasty and hearty.

    (3)
  • Jamie S.

    This place has a great location which is why I keep going back. It's a great place to study with free wi-fi and there's always a table to sit at. I've tried their sandwiches, espresso and baked goods. I haven't been impressed by their sandwiches and they seem overpriced to me. Same with their lattes and cappuccinos. They usually taste a bit burnt. I would stick with their baked goods because those have been good. I especially like their spinach/feta croissants and muffins. During lunch hour expect to wait about 15-20 minutes for your food though. Really, this place is about location for me. It's nice to snack while you study. Staff is friendly too.

    (3)
  • Brian D.

    Very nice casual lunch spot in the Lake Forest Park Town Center Food Court. Pickles and chips with the sandwiches are excellent.Limited lunch menu items that seems to never change.I can't speak to their coffee/pastries as I've only been a few times for lunch. The potato bread is tasty and the BLTA is very good.

    (4)
  • Leah A.

    Honey Bear is my go to lunch place close to home. They have a nice variety of sandwiches, soup, entrees like quiche and mac n cheese as well as pastries. It definitely fills a niche in the area. They make a pretty good latte or cappuccino also. If you're looking for something sweet, stick with the cookies and pastries. The cakes are way over iced and too rich in my opinion.

    (3)
  • Laurie S.

    I'm sorry I wasted any part of my day off at this place. The servers make no apologies for losing orders and serving up lousy espresso in paper cups. All they can manage are lame excuses.

    (1)
  • Erika L.

    If I could give zero stars for service I would. The girl that was helping me was incredibly rude and acted like I was an inconvenience to her day of staring at the wall. The person in front of me had ordered a brownie and after about two minutes of counting their change she forgot to give them their brownie and didn't even apologize for forgetting. When it was my turn she literally did not even make eye contact with me and was annoyed that I was asking about her cake flavors, I'm sorry but if you work at a bakery I expect you to know the minimum basics and not hate your life so much. She didn't even know the difference between the four chocolate cakes they had. AND TO ADD TO EVERYTHING, the slice of cake she cut for me was tossed in a to-go box like it was mashed potatoes. The frosting and cake broke inside the box and she unapologetically handed it to me. As for the cake, it is dry and not worth $5 a slice.

    (1)
  • Heather G.

    I love this place but the line to order is long and moves slowly (think 10+minutes and then a similar wait for the food). I really wish they would add a second register. Sometimes I just want a drip coffee (which is self-service after paying) and I end up skipping it because the line is so long. They have great sandwiches (try the BLTA) and pastries when I can afford the wait!

    (4)
  • Jevry D.

    Customer service here is amazing. Great friendly staff. Well at least the person helping me at the counter, his customer service stood out so much that I asked for his name for review. So shout out to Josh for your outstanding service! Now for the important info - let me tell you about the BLTA. Minus the "A" as I don't enjoy avocado in my sandwiches. The magical combination of maple bacon, lettuce, tomato, cream cheese, toasted potato buttermilk bread with basil aioli creates....THE BEST BLT EVERRRRR. They might also be sprinkling rainbows, sunshine, and pure happiness in the BLTs as well. It is a glorious sandwich. No shit. I'm totally serious when I tell you that eating this sandwich was life-changing. Honey Bear has ruined it for all other BLTs in the world. Honey Bear uses high-quality ingredients. But right now let's focus on the bacon. Bacon. Bacon. Bacon. I'm sure that everyone can agree with me that the most essential part of a BLT is the bacon. The bacon they serve here is dipped in some sort of serotonin inducing goodness. Mmm... bacon. If you love bacon/BLTs and haven't tried Honey Bear's BLT - you MUST go there! Today.

    (4)
  • Stephanie L.

    I stopped by last night after visiting Third Place Books and Great Harvest for a quick dinner. Honestly, the smell of bacon drew me up the escalator, and I finally gave up in Third Place Books to see what smelled so GOOD. I had the spinach bacon goat cheese salad, and it was delicious! While it wasn't cheap (about $9 after tax), it was a lot of food and I had to give up with about 5 bites left. I will ask for the balsamic dressing on the side next time though since it was a little heavy handed for my preference. There wasn't a line, and the food came out quickly...I guess 6:30 on a Tuesday is a good time go!

    (4)
  • Laura B.

    Everytime I've come here there was a huge line and a 20 minute wait... but luckily you can go hang out in the awesome book store while you wait. The sandwiches and salads are good. The lattes are really god.

    (4)
  • Marie B.

    Fond memories of the original Honey Bear when it was located in Tangletown/Green Lake neighborhood. The location at Ravenna - Third Place has long been replaced by Vios. However, the Honey Bear at Lake Forest Park (next door to Third Place Books) still continues on. First of all Lake Forest Park Town Center is a rare, community hub in North King County - South Snohomish County. Shoreline is a virtual desert and has a lack of places to hang out. Honey Bear is a logical place to go if you want a treat after 7pm. Pros: Victrola coffee, coffee loyalty card, wide assortment of baked goods and cakes, love the Joe's Special on weekends, and decent sandwiches, salads, and soups. Cons: Excruciating slow service and long lines. Lost a star because it's kind of going ghetto, grungy after the past few years. They are lucky to be the first food establishment people see at the front entrance. Other places around the corner haven't been so lucky and have closed down since. However, ATTENTION HONEY BEAR MANAGEMENT AND STAFF (*pay close attention now*) - please don't take for granted your supreme location. Your presence, customer service, and cleanliness needs to positively showcase your product line and menu offerings. Grimy glass pastry case, crumbs scattered about, and somber, not so enthusiastic looking counter and kitchen staff are visible to all of us who stand in line. We spend a lot of time to notice such lack of attention to detail. I've worked in the industry and those little things really do stand out. Eye rolling and perceived drudgery are not a reasons to slack on all the other areas Honey Bear was renown for. Northenders can easily take our dollars and patronize other independent café/bakeries elsewhere.

    (3)
  • Sanjin L.

    This is the filthiest bakery of Puget Sound. While I was in line I noticed 5 employees working in the bakery, 2 girls were working and 3 were just playing around not working, I was annoyed by that picture right at the start. This place is busy because the location has a lot of traffic due to library and other stores around. So, the line was long because only 2 of 5 girls are actually doing all the work. I planned to order some food and coffee for me and 5 friends that came with me. The glass counter where they keep food was very filthy, on the outside the glass was stained and oily, inside dust and dirt was everywhere, it was dirtier than shelfs in my garage. As a Microbiologist I just imagined all the happy bacteria and fungus overindulging on all that food that pretty soon will end up in someone body. I took few pics very fast just as a evidence, in case someone gets sick one of these days from consuming food from the bakery and needs it for a legal purposes. Anyway, as I waited to order, one of the employees walked by and I told her that food displays are filthy, she told me "if you don't like it go to Starbucks" - great advice, thank you! I went to Starbucks with all my friends and we had a nice coffee and lunch. Other day I passed by the bakery again and just stopped to take a look if they perhaps cleaned they food display and it still looks the same. I can prove you that toilet seat in Starbuck is cleaner than their food display cabinet if they would let me take a swab sample from the food display. This is second time I'm posting this because owner is asking Yelp to remove my review.

    (1)
  • Bruce F.

    I decided to review 4 coffee places so I have a comparison of what I believe is good and what I believe is not. The Honey Bear Bakery has a great Black Forest Cake but some of the worse service I have experienced. Coffee made wrong - twice- no apology - served with a bad attitude and manager does not care. (Plus coffee not that great tasting) We met my sisters for coffee and I ordered my normal 12 oz. Almond Mocha - to be served in a real coffee cup - not paper. After a 15+ minute wait, I finally received it - without the mocha. It did have a nice fern drawn on top but when I asked about the Mocha - the server realized he made it wrong - grabbed it - took it over to the counter - squeezed some Mocha into it - stirred and handed it back. I commented that it needs to be remade since it was now sloshing over the cup and not a great presentation. He again grabbed it, threw it down the sink and made a new one in a paper cup. According to him they just ran out of regular cups. I asked for the manager and while I was talking to her - the server came back and asked the gentlemen next to me if he could server his in a 16 oz. cup since they were out of 12 oz.. Couldn't I have had the same courtesy? The manager said those things happen and I have to understand they are busy? So was I getting the "we are busy discount"? Note I had not complained about the wait - only the drink quality and the attitude of the server. I am giving them 1 star since we can't give them 1/2.

    (1)
  • Cassie N.

    The cakes and pastries here are okay, nothing very memorable. I've been here a few times and the last time I went will be my last. We went here to grab a few slices of cake to go. We had ordered a slice of carrot cake and a slice of the strawberry cake. The girl at the counter was talking and joking with her co workers and was not really paying attention when she was grabbing our slices. She dropped our piece of strawberry cake on the floor. It was the last piece of strawberry cake in the case! She let out a little laugh and apologized but i didnt feel like she cared. She let us know that was the last piece and said we could purchase a different piece if we want. I was just shocked, she didn't even try to offer us a complimentary piece or a discount. We didn't even want to eat the piece we had. This place left a bad taste in my mouth, we will not be back.

    (1)
  • Mary J.

    Best carrot cake ever! Ordered a carrot cake for my sons graduation party. I had not tried it yet, and was going on word of mouth that it was excellent... Well, the word of mouth from all the guests was that it was quite possibly the best carrot cake we had ever had. Great job Honey Bear Bakery! Thank you!

    (5)
  • Colin S.

    A nice spot to grab some breakfast. I had a really delicious scone and some iced tea. The tea wasn't very good. Really generic. I'd like to explore more of their baked goods though. It all looked really yummy.

    (3)
  • Matthew M.

    They have wonderful, great-tasting cookies and outstanding coffee drinks, and a great selection of other typical baked goods. The location is perfect, and very cozy on a rainy day or shine. The only problem comes between 11:00 and 12:15 or so when the line doesn't move very fast. They should have separate lines for food, coffee, and just cookies, so if the guy ahead of you orders five double-tall nonfat harmless foamless one with no whip one with extra whip one with soy one whole milk one two percent extra shot, well--you're going to be wasting a lot of time standing in line. Other than that, it's tolerable and in excellent proximity to the bookstore.

    (4)
  • B G.

    Unfortunately the service at Honey Bear is horrible. Snotty cashier, no "Hello, what would you like? Just a blank stare. I also noticed that the two people after me did not get their drinks until they complained, because the cashier didn't bother to tell anyone. On a positive note, the sandwich was very good, and I received it pretty quickly. The atmosphere is cool~and I love that 3rd Place Books is a few feet away.

    (3)
  • Laura P.

    Honey Bear Bakery is consistently the best decaf espresso anywhere. And I spend a lot of time looking for it. Their sandwiches and quiche are also top rate. The main drawback is the food court setting. I also love that they're open late.

    (4)
  • Kyla M.

    Great location inside LFP Mall when I need a great cup of coffee to trip around the book store with. And when I'm in need of lunch, their menu selection wont disappoint. Try the BLTA its delicious.

    (4)
  • Rachel H.

    Sandwiches that dreams are made of. If I were rating Honey Bear Bakery just for their sandwiches, I would give them 5 stars! I love their sandwiches so much that I go there almost once a week. I like that they have rotating specials and so I like to try whatever the special sandwich is. There B.L.T.A. is pretty much legendary with the slightly sweet, honey-smoked bacon, creamy avocado, and the creamy garlic aoli sauce on their own freshly toasted whole-wheat bread. They pair this with salty, crunchy kettle chips. You may have to run an extra mile or two after eating this one I've tried their cake a couple times and I guess that I just wasn't enthused about it. It looks better than it actually was. To be honest, I'm wondering if the pieces that I tried might have been a little old, with the tell-tale graininess of old cake-- which hopefully most of you readers don't have the displeasure of knowing what I'm talking about. This could simply be solved with stricter date stickers under the cake plate. Their sandwiches are so good that I'll give it another chance sometime, I suppose. The brownies and the espresso are pretty good and worth indulging if you can. If you sit in The Commons (at Lake Forest Town Center), then you can buy coffee with free refills-- which is really nice if you have a project you are working on or just want a place to be away from home for awhile. Overall, I do love this place and will probably end up giving their cake another chance at some point. The people are really friendly and it's comforting to see a lot of the same faces working there from week to week. A heads-up about the weekend, lines can be long during peak hours, but I would cut them a break. Be smart and just allow extra time. You can always kill a few minutes at the bookstore while you're waiting or grab a cup of coffee. They're popular and they can't help it! It's those sandwiches!! Everyone wants one!!!

    (4)
  • Sonya L.

    YUM! I grew up in Lake Forest Park, but I never ate here until I had lunch with a friend last weekend. A pretty sad fact to admit. I had the Roasted Turkey sandwich on sourdough, which came with caramelized onions and basil aioli - how could I pass up that combination? It was incredible. Really, really delicious. It also comes with fantastic thick, crunchy potato chips. The portion size is also really impressive - I couldn't even finish it all. Prices are reasonable and the wait isn't too bad - I think we waited under 10 minutes for our two sandwiches to be ready. The employees were also very friendly. I am already craving another one of those sandwiches, so I know I will be back!

    (5)
  • Mariah R.

    I like their breakfast and lunch food. Very tasty. Baked goods are way overrated! Dry and just not that great. Also, the coffee is not great. Almost every single employee is rude. They act bored, disinterested and annoyed to be there. This is in a community area where people should be greeted and treated well. I thought that was sort of what the third place commons was about. I don't want the employees to be fakely chipper or anything, but to treat people nicely and smile would be nice. After all we are paying 15 bucks for some eggs, toast and a coffee.

    (2)
  • Bill S.

    My wife and I come here now and then on Sunday because we like the area. I think that might be changing for several reasons. - I ordered a breakfast scramble 5 minutes before 12. I did not get my order until 30 minutes later. In the meantime I saw numerous orders come out that had been ordered after me. When I inquired about 20 minutes into the wait I was told that they only had 1 person doing breakfasts and the others were doing lunch. There was no apology about the wait or any explanation other than effectively 'that's just the way it is'. - They seem to always be out of metal forks (having them is the exception more than the rule). - The food, while hot at least, came with fruit instead of the home fries that are usual (and which I had been looking forward to). At no point was I told this substitution would be made or asked if that would be OK. By the time I got my order I was too hungry to bother addressing the issue. So, even though I may never be back, here's my suggestions to the management: 1) Cook and serve the food in the order it is ordered, not based on how many folks are making what. At the very least, warn the person ordering if there's going to be a delay because of kitchen transition. I would have switched to a lunch item if I had been warned about the delay. 2) If you are going to make substitutions, check with the patron first. 3) If a patron raises an issue, even if there is nothing that can be done about it, at least show some caring and apologize. That simple act might have kept this from being my last visit. 4) Go to Goodwill and by a bunch of used forks. How really hard can it be to stay stocked on the main damn utensil your customers use. If this had happened once or twice it might be understandable. But this happens almost every time I've been in this past year. I gotta figure you just don't really care.

    (1)
  • Kathy L.

    I have a soft spot for Honey Bear Bakery. I had been there a couple of times when they were in the Greenlake area, but once they had a location inside of Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park I became a very frequent customer. It is the perfect compliment for my book shopping fun. They have pretty good food, great desserts, and they also have coffee and tea. I usually either grab some lunch or dinner or coffee there before browsing for books or grab a yummy treat after shopping to take home with me. Honey Bear has also become a favorite place for me and a couple of friends to meet. There is plenty of space to sit and have a bakery item and coffee or one of their tasty salads and chat for an hour or two. The atmosphere is bustling, but it is still cozy enough to want to chat with a friend for a while. The best cake I have ever had from them was the Strawberry Shortcake version of a layer cake. Very soft and moist and light. They usually also have a few vegan bakery items for those that are vegan. Vegan cupcakes or muffins are typically available in addition to the vast array of non-vegan items. Honey Bear is delicious and fun! Big purrs to Honey Bear...

    (4)
  • Turi F.

    I've been coming here for years, and remember when LFP Mall didn't have a food court. In fact, there was little more than weird gift shops that went out of business all the time. Since I grew up in the area, I know that Honey Bear and it's coffee, sandwiches, and treats are a little suburban haven. I love coming here when I come home to visit my parents and getting tasty food and then going and browsing books.

    (4)
  • Monkey T.

    The Mrs. first brought Monkey here back when we were dating. Married and many moons later, we couldn't resist to return for a slice of those delicious cakes. Decisions, decisions! Narrowing down the choices to just one is the hardest part. No, getting that slice home is the hardest. Didn't happen. After an afternoon on the bike trail, it didn't have a chance! CARROT CAKE - decadent, irresistible! VEGGIE SANDWICH w/side salad - soft, fresh bread w/cool, colorful, deliciousness EGGPLANT HOAGIE - breaded slices of eggplant, lettuce, tomato Location, location... perfectly located upstairs in the bookstore, above a gym, nearby the bike trail. Perfect place to replenish yourself after the workout! Monkey shall return... for another slice of cake!

    (4)
  • Marisa K.

    The smell of this place is always so enticing. I usually get the blta. But I always end up getting a good sandwich no matter what I order. This place isn't cheap, but the quality is so worth it. My only complaint is that service is a little slow at times.

    (4)
  • Angie B.

    First off, this place is crazy busy during lunch. I've waited 30+ during lunch time (I now call my order in if I'm on my lunch break at work), but my all time favorite sandwich is totally worth it. I ALWAYS get the BLTA. I'm someone that likes to try something new every time, except when it comes to this. How is nobody talking abut the bacon on this? It's the best, carmalized bacon I have ever tasted. I DAH-REAM about this sandwich. 5 stars just for the BLTA alone!

    (5)
  • Katie M.

    I love the coffee here so much but every time I come in the baristas are so rude and just inept of being efficient! It really bums me out because the food and coffee is so fantastic! I have complained to management about this before and there at new people rotating in constantly but the ones that have stayed are the really bad ones and should be retrained!

    (1)
  • Julia S.

    The size of the and witches are no joke, but neither is the price. The sandwich was decent, but not $8 decent. I will say, the people are friendly, and there is wifi from the KCLS so I'll deal with an expensive sandwich.

    (3)
  • Morgan L.

    Go and order the Chiptole chicken sandwich, with onions. Also, ask for a side mixed green salad with vinaigrette. This place oddly reminds me of Crossroads in Bellevue growing up, which is why I have never sat down to eat. Always get it to go. BEWARE: You will get sucked into the book store... There I was... waiting for my sandwich, Sprite in hand buying diet books :/

    (4)
  • Yummy P.

    My fiance' and I are regulars here. We have seriously tried everything on the menu and are stopping by more frequently just to try their weekly specials...BUT when their weekly special are a repeat item and/or didn't necessarily fall in love with, we find ourselves returning to our favorites: The "Beary Turkey" ; Roasted Turkey, Lettuce, Cream Cheese and Cranberry Sauce and "The BLTA" ; Bacon, Lettuce, Tomato and Avocado on Toast with Basil Aioli. ...with a side of coffee, of course! What set these sandwiches apart from the pack would have the be the cranberry sauce in the "Beary Turkey" and bacon + basil aioli in the "BLTA". YUM! Honey Bear's Breakfast and Coffee are not on the top of my list but my fiance' often requests a "Cinnamon and Brown Sugar Latte" which is not on their menu but a few baristas are sweet enough to make it for him. Perks: - Live Music on the Weekends. - Third Place Books Inside. - Spacious and Lot's of Tables Available. - Other Food Options Available. - Great for Groups. - Family Friendly. Cons: - Sweet but Slow Service.

    (4)
  • Christine V.

    Coffee is average. Strawberry scone is excellent. Organic raspberry scone is sticky and gross. Service is poor. I ordered a coffee beverage, gave a tip, and stood there like an idiot waiting for a drink that the girl who took my order never bothered to make! It wasn't even busy! I was dumbfounded as to how I could have been forgotten because I was the last person to order and was standing at the pickup area looking at her! I have to admit it took longer than it should have for me to say something because I was so shocked. The worst part is that there was absolutely no apology... It was as if she had some sort of memory lapse and didn't realize she had taken an order at all. Another employee made my drink - after I told him what it was - while she stood there staring into space.

    (3)
  • HeeBee G.

    This place is more than a restaurant...it's an experience. Located inside the Third Place Bookstore, Honey Bear eatery is in an open area where you can people watch, listen to live music (the jazz quartet was really great the evening we were there), or shop for books after you eat. It is just good, clean, family, fun. I ordered the "Dubliner" sandwich which had really tender corned beef, camelized onions, a nice cheese, L & T. It was great...and BIG. Hub had the chipotle chicken which was also very fresh. The downside for me was the cake which I think is waaayyy overpriced ($7.00 a slice) and had that innocuous white, flavorless, hard icing that all the bakeries seem to use these days...tasted like lard. I would definitely go back for the sandwiches and the "vibe" but would pass on the cakes...may try the cheesecakes and pies, tho.

    (4)
  • David P.

    Ridiculous bad service. One working the counter -slowly- while 6 more diddle in back. Come on people! And the food had gone downhill badly from the good ole days.

    (1)
  • Nina W.

    On my first visit to Honey Bear, I went there for a quick bite after visiting the neighboring Sunday Farmers Market this summer. I was feeling like a bad girl that day so I decided to order a mac and cheese and side salad combination with a small latte. The portion of the macaroni and cheese was very generous, I couldn't finish it all. It had penne pasta and a breadcrumb topping. I can only assume they make the mac in big batches and reheat as necessary which is fine, it just dries the macaroni out a tad. It was tasty, though it really, really needed just a touch more salt to my tastebuds, and I couldn't find one salt shaker anywhere at the little utensil bar on the opposite side of the ordering counter was. Sad that a little salt woulda made it just that much better. The salad was very fresh and tasty and was nice as an accompaniment to the sharpness of the cheesy starchy carby goodness. I procured a vegan brownie for my allergy laden little sister, and she said it was pretty good for a cake like brownie. She prefers fudgy, like her big sister. I have had some of their cake in the past and it is pretty good cake. The latte was also very good and well prepared. It's a really cozy little nook in the mall with a bookstore right on the side. It reminds me a lot of the cafe I worked in when I was younger so I find a lot of charm in places like Honey Bear.

    (3)
  • Emmaleah C.

    I have gotten food poisoning from here THREE times. I know I probably should have stopped going to this place after I got food poisoning the first time, but my dad loves to come here on Saturday mornings to get breakfast and look at books so I'm kind of pressured into it. Anyways, the first time was from the "juice works" juice they sell, which was a day expired (why didn't anyone take it off the shelves?? I work in the food industry. We CONSTANTLY check every day for expired items) when I went back and told them that the juice they sold me was expired and I was sick (it only took me five minutes to find out after I drank the juice it was that bad) the people did nothing. They didn't offer me another juice, refund me, apologize or EVEN CHECK THE JUICE FRIGDE FOR MORE LIKE IT. very disappointing. Anyways, afterwards I was sure to check the dates on the juices from then on, but apparently it didn't help because the second time I got food poisoning from the food and then the third time, today, was from there NOT expired juice. Let me repeat. I got food poisoning from there juice that was supposedly good for another whole month. Once again no one bothered to compensate. Just "I'm sorry" on to the next customer. While my Saturday is ruined and I'm throwing up along with... Other things. I think I'm done with this place!!

    (1)
  • Wendy P.

    This review applies exclusively to cakes and pastries as I've never had a full meal here. GREAT bakery! We have enjoyed their strawberry shortcake (made to order for a birthday--excellent, real whipped cream, light and amazing flavor and texture, and super pretty decoration to boot) but also German chocolate cake and triple chocolate (beyond decadent, excellent, real chocolate flavor). Croissants, beary thumb print, chocolate oat bar, brownies, Russian tea cakes were also fantastic. Tea, hot chocolate and coffee were also good. Service ranged from acceptable (in-person during busy weekday afternoon) to stellar (special cake order). I think the complaints below are a little exaggerated... it's just a bakery, not the Four Seasons. In-person service at the counter was not THE BEST I ever had, but it was fine. The staff were helpful, all of them answered my fussy foodie questions politely, some actually cheerfully, and they all served us promptly, and didn't do anything outlandish.

    (5)
  • Taralee A.

    I ordered the cake for my son's first birthday here. Three actually. They were made to look like a drum set for his music themed party complete with drumsticks. It was perfect and delicious. I'm sure there is a handful of bakeries that could have net the task but their cake maker, Kitty was the part that made our experience perfect. She communicated excellently and was very easy to work with. She went above and beyond to make sure our experience was perfect. I would highly recommend them for an event cake. Haven't tried anything else though . . . yet.

    (5)
  • Brent M.

    We met up with some family members here for a quick coffee and snack on Sunday morning, 9/22/13. I attempted to pay my bill (over $20) with my AMEX, but they don't accept AMEX. I begrudgingly paid with a Visa and informed them that without taking AMEX, I won't be back. The food was mediocre, a hot cocoa was tepid, at best although there was a nice pattern in the foam on the cup. I won't be back.... mostly because of the AMEX issue, but also because the food was pricey for what we got and below average to average at best.

    (1)
  • Bj H.

    This place Use to CARE about being organic and local, back in the day at it's first location. Now there is only a few items organic and the food is tasteless. My quiche was microwaved to heat it up and the little side dish of fruit was all non-local (melons and grapes) when it could have been blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, pears, even a fresh slice of apples. Really sad, when I asked to speak to the manager she listened without a trace of emotion and you could tell she wasn't going to say a thing to me or pass on anything I said.

    (1)
  • Doug M.

    I'm not a huge sweets fan but I tried two items there; a ginger snap and a Russian wedding cookie. The were reasonably good and not overly sweet.

    (3)
  • Maritza B.

    Have only gotten to have lunch here and it is always fresh and delicious. I wish it was closer to the city--but alas, a good reason to drive so far north!

    (5)
  • Lisa H.

    I have been contacted 4 times regarding my review of the custom cake, 3 e-mails by a friend of the cake designer and once by the bakery. I was asked to note that the small castle piece was actually made of chocolate, not plastic. My review still stands that the cake was not what I requested and underwhelming. I asked for a pink cake with a princess theme that would delight my 4 year old, not a cake that would have looked just as appropriate for mother's day, a housewarming party, or any other generic cake event. The e-mails I received from her friend had comments regarding the pricing of the cake, art fees I could have paid if I wanted something more, the fact that she has many cakes to do and could be fired for spending too much time on my cake, etc. I personally spoke with the decorator and she gave me the cake price after we finished discussing what I wanted. If she needed to charge me more to design the cake I was asking for, all she had to do was say so, but she didn't. Clearly if I'm driving 20 miles to seek her out for a special custom cake based on the cakes I saw on her website, price isn't a big concern. It's her responsibility representing her business and skills to set the proper price for the cake I'm requesting, or to tell me that she can only spend X amount of time to decorate and therefore she can't do what I am asking for. It is not acceptable to agree to the design I'm asking for, set the price, and then deliver something different.

    (3)
  • Kyle R.

    I really like this place for their food and coffee but the atmosphere is not the best as well as their speed of service. I won't really talk them a star purely for atmosphere though because the location has to be hard to work with, as it is located in the Third Place Books cafeteria. But the speed at which they get orders out is pretty bad, the first time I was there I thought it was just because they were busy but I after going there a couple more times when I was the only customer and it taking more than 10 minutes to get my order out....I think that would have been fine if they took it to your table. But instead they call out your order over the VERY loud cafeteria chatter. Other than that this place ROCKS they have some SUPER good food and friendly employees and I will continue to come here for those things if nothing else. Warning: This place gets PACKED during the school year after school is gets out for the day as well as the lunch hours. 11am-1pm

    (4)
  • Maria Y.

    Honey Bear Bakery is located in the Third Place Books food court area. I've been here a few times now. The chocolate/cheesecake muffin is yummy. I also enjoyed the BLTA, one of their sandwich specials (it's a BLT + avocado. I'm an avocado fan, so it was a nice addition.) They serve Morning Glory Chai, which I like because it's spicy and not overly sweet. Negatives: some of their prices are high ($4 for a slice of cake!) and the food court atmosphere doesn't really meld well with the cafe feel. It's better if you can grab one of the giant wood slab tables.

    (4)
  • Jake S.

    Alright but nothing to go out of the way for. I enjoy the baked goods and coffee here. I like that they make much more food than you'd expect to come out of a kitchen that size and the staff are friendly and thoughtful enough to serve with a smile. I do not like that a custom cake order requires at least a 2 week advance notice. Unfortunately, with advance notice like that I can learn and create pretty much any cake I would have need of so there's no value add from that standpoint. Also, the only baked goods on hand are pieces of cake, cookies and cupcakes. Keep in mind the business name is 'bakery cafe' and NOT bakery AND cafe. They have no whole cakes to sell unless you have the time to plan and order ahead by a couple days. Which pretty much means your spur of the moment cake needs or day-of-birthday cake buys will need to be pointed at QFC. The bakery portion of this business is just an internal bakery option to all but advance planners. However a quick hit of coffee and some quality baked goods have never disappointed when I've been in the area. Just no reason to treat it as anything better than one of the myriad Starbucks or other coffee places.

    (2)
  • Flora C.

    It's a small joint inside an interesting set up. It is a bookstore connected with food court. Not too attractive.... The bakery selection is limited and I did not smell any bakery goods here.

    (3)
  • Ron R.

    I've only had their dessert so I can't comment on the other items. I had the Black & White cake and the green tea cupcake. The slice of cake was a nice size and looked great. If only it tasted as good as it looked, it would have earned more stars. The cake was very bland and the buttercream frosting was very solid and heavy with no distinct flavor. The cupcake was the same way. Both items were overpriced for the poor quality. After leaving I thought maybe it was supposed to be a healthier more natural type of bakery so I went to their site. The site doesn't talk much about the company or what they're famous for. Needless to say, I won't be back. If you decide on trying their desserts, I'd recommend you split one with someone first so you won't feel as guilty wasting your money.

    (1)
  • G D.

    Maybe I'm just anal, but when you have to call two to three times in order to reach a place (and it rings out, suggesting I'm being ignored), something is amiss. Secondly, when you explicitly order a sandwich grilled (i.e. hot) and a timeframe of 10-15 minutes is given, you expect your food to be finished and hot about ten minutes after the call. When it is cold and not grilled (or grilled so lightly that cheese slice isn't melted in the slightest), I think you have cause for complaint. I like some of their offerings, but the consistency is so bad and the aforementioned issues have recently been happening frequently.

    (2)
  • Jon L.

    I must admit I never drove on the 522 until I decided to head off to visit Honey Bear. I was not expecting the LFP to be so rustic. Honey Bear is located inside a shopping mall food court next to Third Place Books. They offer a selection of coffee drinks, sandwiches and salads in addition to their baked goods. For some reason I thought this was one of those vegan or gluten free bakery places. Well it is not, it is just a traditionally good one. Honey Bear really excels with their cake selection. They have numerous varieties of cake to choose from at $4.25 a slice. I ended up getting the ginger spice, though the raspberry chiffon looked really good. In addition, I picked up a chocolate muffin with an interesting moniker that I forget ($1.95) and a lemon streusel bar ($1.75). Service was fair, but do know that all orders are picked up at the pickup counter even bakery goods only orders. I think this could have been faster, but it was not that long of a wait. All of the items I had here, the first bite of the treat did not seem all that appealing. Kind of like my palate was getting used to it. But each of my selections got better as I ate it which beats ones that go downhill after the first bite. Honey Bear is a good bakery on the North Shore. Come here for a good read at Third Place while gorging on a big slice of delicious cake from Honey Bear. Yum.

    (4)
  • Peter L.

    Back in grad school, I used to be on a cinnamon roll kick, and the honey bear in green lake (back in the day) had a good version. Fast forward 15 years and the honey bear is long gone from green lake and is now inside an odd food court in Lake Forest Park. Happy to say, their cinnamon roll is still very good, and served with plenty of frosting on the side. Plus, the coffee which used to taste like swill got a nice upgrade to Victrola. Definitely happy to be reacquainted after all these years!

    (4)
  • Robb M.

    I love the new honey bear location. Well, new to me I guess. Much larger space with the same great food and pastries. It is in a food court, located right next to the Third Place Books in Lake Forest Park. I love their iced tea!

    (3)
  • O Z.

    Meh, nothing impressive about this place, although it looks great and the potential is there for it to be a sweet place. I had an americano, 16 oz, way too weak so make sure to add a shot or two. Also had the brownie, def not worth almost $3, pretty dry. Overall this place is OK, and that means I will not return because there are some great places around to go instead. I wish I could give it 2.5 stars instead of 3.

    (3)
  • Jeanny M.

    I was falling asleep on a Sunday afternoon when we went up here to browse books. I bought a double-tall non fat iced mocha for about $4. I was informed "Just so you know...our talls have 2 shots." I was kind of eh by that response but the drink itself was tasty. I've had their lemon chiffon cake before. It was so good I almost questioned whether it was better than my best friend cake (see: Simply Desserts review), it's pretty dang close. During an author event I had their Roasted Turkey sandwich, which was amazing. I will always buy anything with caramelized onions and basil aioli. A handful of chips came with my to-go container. I'm sure I'll buy a coffee drink (and sandwich or other baked good) here again and I'll try to remember the "tall is always 2 shots" deal to save on any annoyance.

    (3)
  • Meredith S.

    Ahh.. I love the Honey Bear. My favorites here are the orange pecan twists and the chicken pot pie. The chicken pot pie is made from scratch with the yummiest pie crust and some kind of curry spice in the filling. It also comes with a side salad (more like a full size salad for me), and it's only 5 bucks! If I come here for a meal, I ALWAYS GET THE CHICKEN POT PIE! Sorry for yelling, I got a bit excited. I also just love the atmosphere here. It's a nice little getaway for me on a weekend morning- swing by and buy a magazine at Third Place Books and have a pastry and some tea at the Honey Bear. Maybe I have had a better experience that some because I don't come here for coffee drinks or cake. Just not my thing... However, I would not recommend the macaroni and cheese. Just not very flavorful (not even very cheesy). I never was a fan of the macaroni and cheese with breadcrumbs baked on top. It's supposed to be cheesy and creamy! Take what you like and leave the rest! Oh and I love the giant wooden bear statue with the sign warning that it is not a toy, it is a very heavy bear.

    (5)
  • Kerri B.

    Love their side salad with the best ranch dressing that ever lived! Sometimes I pair it with the mac & cheese, sometimes the chicken pot pie - both are delicious. The cake slices are my favorite because I love dense cake. They keep raising the prices and lowering the portion sizes, though. The chocolate mousse is excellent, but very rich so share with a friend!

    (5)
  • Lisa W.

    My boyfriend and I are always on the lookout for good breakfast sandwiches. Living in North Seattle, this spot is just down the road so we decided to go recently for breakfast one morning. I've read the reviews about how their breakfast sandwiches are overpriced but decided what the heck. If it's good, it might be worth it. Not the case. It really irks me that a business feels that they can charge $8.50 for a egg, cheese and ham breakfast croissant. Seriously no frills. It's $6 if you just want the egg and cheese and an extra $2.50 (no joke) if you want bacon or ham added. WTF?! Most expensive breakfast sandwich EVER! And it didn't even come with anything on the side. Although good, it wasn't anything to write home about. Not to mention, we placed our order at the counter, so why restaurant prices at a walkup counter? It's not like we're being waited on and we had to buss our own dishes afterward. In addition, their OJ was not only expensive but tasted strange. All around it definitely wasn't worth what we paid. Take a cue from Cloud City coffee who's breakfast sandwiches are less than half the price and worth every cent.

    (2)
  • Connie C.

    The food is alright (only commenting on brunch, since that's what we always come here for on weekends). We have been here numerous times on rainy days as a quick getaway from our house, and also think of it because of the entertainment book discounts. My husband always gets a scrambler (eggs scrambled with a variety of omelette-type fillings), with potatoes on the side. Always enough food, good value. I usually get something sweet, and have enjoyed most everything. It's just fine, nothing superb. Note that you're eating in a food-court setting (at 3rd place books). Plenty of tables/chairs there.

    (3)
  • Sara T.

    Yay is right. I like Honeybear. While I have found that the staff can be a tiny bit bored with me and life and whatever, the food makes up for that, I guess, and they're like young college kids so I'm not expecting anything too thrilling I guess. The sandwhiches are fantastic, as is the chicken pot pie (my hubby says). I've tried several organic and non organic treats and they were all good, but the best is the red velvet cupcake. Way better than most cupcake shops, including Trophy!! Which is saying a lot bc I like Trophy's cupcakes! Coffee is fine/good/ yummy, and they usually have one veg soup (yay for me, a vegetarian), and one meaty one (yay for hubby, who is not). I get the veg sandwhich and have em grill it, yum. If you're not looking to chat with the barista, and you don't mind waiting a tiny bit for them to make your coffee and food, I think it's worth the wait! Enjoy.

    (4)
  • Suzanne L.

    I want to love Honey Bear more than I actually do. It tempts me with the promise of many yummy things - but not everything delivers. So why do I keep coming back? Why do I give it 4 stars? Because it has enough things to satisfy me, even if others fail. My biggest complaint is the one thing that many others seem to praise: the cake. Do not buy anything with buttercream frosting unless you like to bite into a thick block of butter. I love cake! How can anyone screw up frosting so much? I bought a cupcake today, having not been there in a while (and forgotten about the frosting)...and oh, what a sad way to ruin a cupcake. I scraped off that huge chunk of butter and ate the cake alone. It was fine. I also tried a chocolate croissant. It was a bit too dry around the outside but good towards the middle. If you're craving a chocolate croissant, the ones sold at Central Market are a better bet, based on today's experience. I enjoy the sandwiches. I've had the salad, which was actually *greens* (appealing to me but not to my romaine-only young son). The mac & cheese is pretty good, though it has a crunchy topping which also didn't appeal to my 6 year old (and he was the target audience for the mac & cheese). The clam chowder is great, albeit a bit thinner and spicier than I'm used to (just pepper? not sure). They also have quiche daily, and breakfast in the AM, but I've not had the pleasure of trying them yet. Soon, Honey Bear, soon... One thing that keeps me going back is the fact that they sell Hot Lips soda. Not many places do. That stuff is damn expensive for a bottle of soda, but it's so good. I haven't tried any coffee yet (since I always buy Hot Lips) so I can't comment on that. Overall, I've had good experiences here, but the bakery just doesn't live up to my full expectations. YMMV.

    (4)
  • Helena R.

    I like this place...very low key and the food is good. The town is quaint and if i retire in the US, I'd move here.

    (4)
  • Lindsay P.

    Hubby and I had lunch here and I had the BLTA and he had the Turkey sandwich. Every time I go to Honey Bear, I get this blta, with no tomato on Foccacia and grilled. It is AMAZING every time. I'm so stuck on this sandwich that I haven't really tried most other things there. The line was pretty long seeing as we got there at about 11:50am today, and though lunch isn't started serving until Noon, the gal took our order and let us know it would be ready shortly after Noon. We were given a pager and it was literally a few minutes after Noon that our food was ready. We both got a pickle and some chips on the side. The servers were nice and not grumpy to us, and seemed to be cheerful with everyone else in the line, despite them being very busy. I do remember I've tried their chocolate mousse and it was really good, but a lot of their bakery items are focused being natural. I'm not really into having sticks and weeds in my cookies, so I usually stay away from most of their baked goods.

    (4)
  • Scott B.

    Had the basile roasted chicken. All ingredients seemed very fresh and was very delicious, but had to wait like 10min. Kind of surprising considering there was no one in line ordering. Nonetheless I'll still come back for more, but with the expectation that I read an article or two on my phone before my food is ready.

    (4)
  • Nicola G.

    Their coffee is a 2. Sure, they can make the drinks look pretty but they don't measure how much syrup they put in and so your'e left with either an over sweet drink or a under flavored drink. I had the worst chai latte there. The mix they use tastes like it has licorice root in it. Indians do not put licorice root in their chai. The milk is NEVER steamed to temp. More times than not, I've had lukewarm steamed milk. I haven't seen any use of a thermometer to see if the milk was steamed at temp. The only reason why I wouldn't give their coffee one star is that, despite the temp, they can actually correctly steam the milk. Their pastry treats are 3 stars. Certainly tasty but never better than a mom's. Their sandwiches are 4 stars. They really make delicious sandwiches. I love this one which has turkey, cheese, and sauteed onions. It's garlicky delicious. So. Go here for sandwiches and dessert. Go to Starbucks for a coffee.

    (3)
  • Jennifer R.

    Honey Bear Bakery is a long-time Seattle institution, with one last remaining outpost at Third Place in Lake Forest Park. It's a great place to spend a weekend morning having brunch after browsing Third Place Books and before picking up some veggies at the farmer's market outside in the summer. The pastries and food here - quiche, waffles, egg dishes - are outstanding. And the coffee is good as well. In my experience, the service has been fast enough, but the servers defininitely have an attitude. It's not enough to deter me from going there, but it's a shame that the quality of their service doesn't match the quality of their food.

    (4)
  • Christin M.

    Ok I'm bumping my stars up because I'm a fan. I keep going back and I love that they offer Vegan Brownies that are actually tasty. I do plan to try more.

    (4)
  • Anna-Beth M.

    We visit HoneyBear and Third Place books a few times a month. I was first sucked in by the Mac and Cheese with a side salad for $6. As a M&C maniac, I'm a little picky about this dish, but Honey Bear always satisfies with a large portion of cheesy, curly noodles, topped with baked breadcrumbs, adn a generous salad. As I returned with friends, though, I began to explore more of the menu and there's pretty much nothing we've had that I would not want to eat again. Of special note is the BLTA - a BLT sandwich with creamy avocado and delicious basil garlic aioli, scrumpdidliocious on potato bread, adn they are willing to sub a salad for the heap of kettle chips that come with it. The quiche is almost always delish too - the eggs are splendidly creamy and tender, and the crust is usually flaky and buttery. A few times I've had it a bit soggy, but I forgive them for the custardy texture of the eggs. The coffee is good, the baked goodies are great, and the cupcakes make me far happier than the cupcake shoppes' sugary dry offerings. I particularly liked a lemon curd stuffed one they had.

    (5)
  • Grace B.

    Honey Bear is AWESOME. They have a great selection of sandwiches, salads, soup, quiche, and pastries and cake. All very natural, yummy, fresh, kind of basic, simple good food. Nothing flowery or fancy. I love the salads and the dressings, as well as the simple soups. I'm glad I live across the street, I can get something easy and homemade over there any time. The cool tables made of big slabs of wood are gorgeous. It feels really homey, lots of people do writing or homework, you can pull up a chair and stay, no one will kick you out. Really friendly, warm atmosphere. Worth the wait in line if there's a line, which sometimes happens.

    (5)
  • Katie C.

    the basil chicken sandwich is amazing and so is the blt which is piled high with bacon. I always get a latte and most of the baristas make it with perfectly steamed milk which is hard to find! The line is always long but it is worth the wait. The salads are delish too and everything comes in huge portions! Its a great place to meet up with a friend or take the kids.

    (5)
  • Glenn F.

    Honey Bear continues a tradition of at least 15 years dating back through at least one other owner and different locations: The customer is a pain, getting things done in a timely fashion is impossible, and attitude is king. This morning, my wife and I had forgotten our previous too many experiences at Honey Bears hither and yon, and ordered a bagel for our son. We ordered a bagel because, at 11.50 am on a Sunday, they don't serve lunch yet. Even a jelly sandwich. Which is baffling, and bizarre, given that they were making far more complicated stuff for brunch, and most of the stuff they serve is prepared. Okay, whatever. My wife orders a non-toasted plain bagel with cream cheese on the side. Minutes pass. She asks. With far too much attitude, she's told the bagel is in the line--the what? The line of bagels to be dealt with...all of which need to be toasted instead of ours. There's simply no process control: they don't understand how to make customers happy while actually getting stuff served. I believe it took nearly 15 minutes to get this bagel with about 8 people working behind the counter. After my wife asked about the bagel, nicely (she's a nice person), they slowed down their efforts on it. Sigh. This just reminds me I need to stop going to Honey Bear. Which should be easier: the one in Ravenna has been replaced by Vios (in progress). The one in Green Lake was shut years ago, replaced by a Zoka...which oddly has the same service problems for their very limited food menu.

    (1)
  • mister k.

    For some reason over the course of many years I forgot about the Honey Bear Bakery's vegan chocolate cake. Supbar vegan cakes from the likes of PCC and Whole Foods were had at way too many family functions. When we needed a vegan option for our wedding reception last fall, my mom reminded me about that wonderful cake. It was just as moist and delicious as I remembered, and we had people who didn't realize it was vegan and had never tried a vegan dessert before "oohing" and "ahhing" over it.

    (4)
  • Kelly H.

    I used to come here all the time while I was in school to do homework. Its located in Third Place Books. I like the coffee which is usually all I get since you can get free refills. The problem with their food is that I have frequently seen bugs in their pastry case. On top of that everything is over priced. Anyways my rating is only of their drip coffee :)

    (4)
  • Julienne C.

    Don't bother with those lame cupcake stores. The best cupcakes can be found here.

    (5)
  • Ty S.

    Love this place. It's a bit on the pricey side, but everything is quite good. Try the smoked salmon on the breakfast sandwich!

    (5)
  • Dawn H.

    4 stars for salads, 5 stars for desserts, and 4 stars for sandwiches. Hubby always orders the BLTA, which has a lot of bacon and the addition of avocado. It's on toasted bread and is quite good. The chipotle chicken could use more chicken, but I love the chipotle mayo they put on it. The bread is the star of the sandwiches, the wheat is thick cut, slightly sweet and really soft and tender--it's almost like dessert, it's that good. The sourdough is also excellent. Also, the sandwiches come with a bunch of potato chips (Tim's?), it would be nice to have a different side option like a small green salad without being charged extra for that. The clam chowder is good if a bit heavy on the pepper. The salads are a huge bargain. I have ordered the hummus salad twice and it is huge and delicious (I wish they had small versions of their salads). The hummus salad has very generous portions of hummus, tomatoes, cucumbers and it's delish. And of course, all of the desserts are phenomenal. I've never had a bad piece of cake, and the selection is huge! Especially good are the coconut macaroons and the beary thumprints. The cupcakes are only mediocre, the one I ordered had a thick frosting that tasted like what I imagine fondant would taste like.

    (4)
  • Julia J.

    The staff is always really friendly and nice. My coffee is tasty and I love to get a pizza bagle with cream cheese.

    (4)
  • Alex M.

    I've had mixed experiences with lattés and other drinks here. A couple of times they have been the best (they use Victrola Coffee) and at other times it's been pretty bad. The one thing that's consistent though is the unprofessional customer service. As many others have pointed out, the cashiers seem bored, disinterested and annoyed to be there. They can't seem to wait to close! Just last weekend I was there 20 minutes before closing and was told "sorry I turned off the coffee maker...we close in 20 minutes!" I have worked in the service industry and I'm pretty sure I'd be fired for this kind of behavior. They are actually turning down a sale 20 minutes prior to closing? Insane! When I asked if I could get tea instead, the cashier seemed disappointed that I still wanted to order something. Then she conveniently "forgot" all about the tea I ordered until it was past closing time. After closing, she apologized saying "sorry about that but I've been here almost 8 hours now." What kind of lame excuse is that? Don't the rest of us work 8 hour days? While their customer service definitely sucks, their cakes are very nice and moist...just the way I like em! I just wish they were not as pricey. I used to go there every week but am going to completely avoid this place because of the ultra rude cashiers.

    (1)
  • Timothy A.

    I love the vegan brownie!!

    (5)
  • Tonya N.

    This little place is great... i've been here a couple times for lunch and have been very pleased with the quality and prices. Had the quiche, excellent salads... and their cupcakes are very good... I like the mint chocolate cupcake best. Lines are long here but they have an organized system. Will definitely come back to try the BLTA which it seems to be their specialty.

    (4)
  • Margaux j.

    I work up the street from this place and when feeling like splurging...I walk down to the Honey Bear. This says a lot since I have a full kitchen where I work and can pretty much whip up anything I want for lunch. The location is in a food court, only not a food court...no actually it's a food court with an enormous sized chess set and everything. However unlike food courts in malls where there are a lot of vacant, bored with the world teenagers...this one seems to reach the other end of the spectrum with lots of elderly people, bored with the world. "For the love of god, just order the effin' pea soup and move the walker aside lady...." That is what mean, intolerant Margaux would say...instead I smile at the old lady with her walker as my lunch hour rapidly evaporates while she tries to figure out if Pea Soup would be easier to digest than the Chicken Noodle. Around lunch time, the line can be quite long. I found coming here after 1pm is the best, otherwise I spend 10-15 minutes waiting in line and another 15 waiting for a tuna salad sandwich. Which by the way they hand you a beeper thingy that loudly announces that "your table is ready", really nice, as your quietly perusing the bookstore killing time. For the money, this place has the best sandwich in Ballinger Commons, probably not saying much since there is not that much there, but still it's damn good! Their coffee beats all other options (there is a Starbucks as well...) unfortunately they don't open until 8am...too late for my morning cup o' joe. Fresh, healthy food, great people behind the counter, plenty of books to help kill the time while waiting for your order to be up...4 stars!

    (4)
  • Mark C.

    Even though we've lived in Lake Forest Park for some time we only recently started going to Honey Bear Bakery and the LFP Commons. As new parents we love the atmosphere and variety the commons offers to a couple that can no longer go out for a nice quiet meal. We've been to Honey Bear Bakery probably 10+ times and we have never experienced slow service or poor quality food that some of the negative reviewers noted. In fact, quite the opposite. The food: If you're not counting calories, you have to try the breakfast croissant. I also like the veggie scramble and have had the steel cut oats. All the portions are large and tasty. I haven't tried the desserts but they look amazing and their is a great selection of unique cakes by the slice. I'll update this review when I do. The service: We've never waited long for our food and the staff are very courteous. I've only had one food issue and that was with some lukewarm eggs. They were very apologetic and had a replacement up in no time. The coffee: I have to say up front that I'm not an expert. That said, my wife and I recently agreed that we like it a lot better than anything we've had locally. That includes Starbucks, which isn't saying much I know. All totaled, I'm a fan. Good service, nominal food and the great family friendly atmosphere of the commons make the HBB one of our local favorites. Check it out.

    (4)
  • Sean E.

    During the month I was staying up in the far north, working from a laptop rather than an office, I visited the Honey Bear so often that I was once given the Third Place employee discount by mistake. Now that I live back in the city I usually just go to the Ravenna location, but I do make sure to time any trips out that way so that I can get a BLTA out of the deal. The Honey Bear sells sandwiches for people who like sandwiches. It starts with the bread, which is dense and flavorful without overpowering the filling and then continues on to each individual ingredient. These are sandwiches that feature everything that works and nothing that doesn't. Mostly I order the BLTA, but I'm never disappointed when ordering something else. The chips could be a little better, but I find that if I eat the sandwich first I'm rarely hungry enough to eat more than a few chips. Coffee is from a different roaster than the Ravenna location and I like these blends a bit better. For-here drip is bottomless. As a non-espresso drinker, my usefulness is limited to the fact that the Americano is not bad. If there's a wart, it's that service here seems awfully slow considering that most of the ingredients seem to have been prepared ahead of time. Be warned that service can be particularly slow on weekends. They will usually give you a beeper that goes off when your order is ready, which allows for bookstore browsing if need be. Both Honey Bear locations are about the same in the ways that matter, so just pick whichever Third Place location is more convenient for you and go there.

    (5)
  • A V F.

    How can a bakery/coffee shop score less than five stars when it's located ten steps away from Third Place bookstore's magazine stand AND it has a Zagat restaurant reviewer seal-of-approval sign on the counter? It's quite easy when the baked goods aren't very good. Last Saturday was my birthday and I thought I'd treat myself to a new book; but then, I was distracted by the display of cakes at the bakery. There were several cakes to choose from and a single slice started at $4.65. I thought it was a splurge (Costco sells an entire three-layer chocolate cake for $16), but since it was my birthday I gave in to my sugar craving and bought a slice to go. When I got home, I was disappointed to see a one-inch thin slice of cake sitting sadly in the middle of this huge cardboard box. Another reviewer here said the cakes are *dense* in a good way; well...I do I agree the small slice I had was dense, but it was heavy and dry (somewhat like the cardboard box). I thought cakes were supposed to be light and moist. For a German chocolate cake, it wasn't very chocolate-y, it was light brown (somewhat like the cardboard box). Cake = not good. Coconut icing = even Betty Crocker can't get that wrong. Good thing I didn't bother to light a candle on it. It could have fallen over the skinny cake and caught fire, along with the cardboard box.

    (1)
  • Jeff G.

    I wake up in cold sweats with my Seventies Nightmare. It involves being trapped in line in a cafe in Marin County(sometimes Berkley) circa 1977. Surrounded by tables made out of polished tree trunks. Endlessly waiting for well meaning, but confused servers to take my order for something to be served on Nine Grain bread with sprouts. Nothing was ever fast or organized back then. Honey Bear is that nightmare. Okay, it's not that bad and the food and coffee are okay. But EVERY SINGLE TIME I have ever tried to order anything from there I get up to the counter only to have the server look at me nervously, tell me they'll be back in a second and then disappear for 3 minutes while they go add sprouts to someone's salad. This is really annoying if all you want is coffee, which you pour yourself anyway. Maybe they could put the cups out with the coffee and let you use an honor box to pay. On the plus side, it's in the The Third Place Commons so you can spend all day browsing books or listening to entertainment. Update - May '08. Against my better judgement I ordered a Latte today just to see if anything's changed and again waited a painfully long time while the one girl at the counter fumbled with my order while she also had to serve food and take other orders. All while 4 other people sat in the kitchen doing absolutely nothing but talking Iron Man.

    (2)
  • J K.

    I'm a sandwich fanatic and their sandwiches are delicious. In fact, I'm going to get one right now.

    (5)
  • Lydia K.

    Honey Bear is the only eatery in the Third Place Books Common that is worth going to. Everything is fresh and tasty, plus they let you split a sandwich or salad if you want a lighter meal. My work isn't far from here, so the entire office goes from time to time for a "working lunch." My co-worker swears that they have the best snickerdoodles ever, and apparently she knows her snickerdoodles. My other co-worker lusts (yes lusts--she's a Taurus who knows and loves her food) after their tuna melt. My boss is a BLT&A kinda guy--probably cause it has T&A in the name. Me? I like their salads. Spinach mixed with yummy veggies and vinaigrette--sounds perfect. I guess what I'm saying is that there's something for everyone here. Great place for lunch when you're out shopping at Third Place Books.

    (4)
  • Michael T.

    I find the Honey Bear Bakery a place I would go to if I was having a very specific craving for cake or I just happened to be in the bookstore at the time. I found service to be sub-standard and gruff. The cake was better than most, but I am also hard to please with cake. I was impressed the frosting on the cake had actual peanut chunks in it and actually tasted like peanut butter. I hate it when frosting tastes solely like fat and sugar without any hint of the flavor advertised on the label... "Peanut Butter Chocolate Cake" should taste like all those ingredients! Bear in mind I am only reviewing the bakery side of things. I hope the service is better at other times of the day.

    (3)
  • Sarah M.

    people talk about giving up an arm and a leg for something. i think that's ridiculous, unless you are talking about honey bear bakery...or really good chocolate, or stephos lamb, or an all expense paid vacation, or a shopping spree, or...apparently i would give up an arm and a leg for many things in my lifetime...so i'll really just stop boring you dear yelpers with what is quickly becmoning a never-ending list. so back to honey bear-totally on the top o' my list of arm/leg barter worthy establishments. *i use the term establishments loosely as it isn't so much an establishment as this huge stand in the eating area of the third place books plaza.* their cakes are extremely delicious-probably would cause me to go into a diabetic shock, then coma from the sugary goodness that i would not be able to stop eating-then lose my limbs from said diabetic shock to my appendages-okay i'm sorry yelpers, i just took that too far-but it's monday morning and i haven't drank my venti clever inducing drip with room for cream. either way, i love going to honey bear. i have driven out of my way to just go to honey bera when gas wasn't 3 bux a gallon. their cakes are on the top of my cake list, their cookies are delish and i love their coffee. the thought of having a baked good with a good book and/or laptop while sitting at one of those huge tree tables makes me wish for a day trip out to lake forest for a lazy weekend morning. oh honey bear, until we meet again.

    (5)
  • Mark R.

    If there's one thing I love, it's a baked good. Seriously, I have a problem. Nothing stands in the way of me and a pastry, even if said pastry is on the ground and the source of which is completely questionable. That said, I think you should thusly understand that my knowledge of pastries is vast and unchallengeable. The Honey Bear Bakery in the LFP (not to be confused with the LBC) is a damn fine bakery indeed. Sure, they make a good cookie. And some of your more avid social climbers will proselytize their scones and other more elitist items sure to start a class war at your next luncheon event. But I'm here to tell you that's it all about the cake. Cake, cake, cake - I like cake. They make a white chocolate-coconut cake that is so dense, it wouldn't float in liquid mercury. It's heaven, if it existed. Which it doesn't. Kidding. Maybe. I'm an agnostic cake enthusiast. The banana cake is pretty outstanding as well, and the german chocolate is warm and soft, just like all things German. There's also something called banana cream pie cheesecake, and while this sounds like a hybrid that directly contradicts the very fabric of nature, it's not. It's the messiah of cheesecakes. All other cheesecakes should be labeled as heretical blasphemers, and therefore destroyed in a firery cheesecake hell. The only problem with HBB is that a lot of dirty hippies hang out there. That, and it seems like I'm always stuck behind the absolute jackholes who take forever to order their sandwiches because they have like 502 substitutions and special requests. These people wouldn't last two seconds in New York City. If you pause for over two seconds while ordering a sandwich in a deli there, they smash a chair over your head. Honey Bear needs to adopt said policy. Their sandwiches are good, too, though. But if you're ordering a BLTA or basil chicken, it should only take you 5 seconds to do so. And if you stumblefuck your way through it and delay my lunch, may god help you. I hope your back is impervious to knife wounds.

    (4)
  • Trisha N.

    My family has met at Third Place Commons every week for over 8 years now and I always eat at Honey Bear though sometimes this is out of habit as things around there get really crowded sometimes at lunch. The prices are a bit ridiculous on some things (like Mac and Cheese for $5) and they put odd ingrediants in sometimes (like mint in the split pea soup, which once included a tiny twig that impaled itself in the roof of my mouth). The staff.... varies. I updated this review because for a while, they had a few women working there who would forget my order and such but things have improved. I didn't want to do a disservice to the nice, competent people who do work there now. One woman in particular always remembers my name and that just feels good! :-) The BLTA is yummy. And some of the pastries.

    (3)
  • Carl S.

    A great, one-of-a-kind experience. They serve, in many ways, as a commons to the Lake Forest Park community. Delicious pastries, fine coffees and beverages, and kid friendly environment make it a delight to visit.

    (4)
  • Ronnie K.

    How can you not like a place called Honey Bear? Seriously, Honey Bear was a great little find for me. I tried it out for the first time a couple of years ago after spotting it while on my way to a book signing at Third-Place Books. I've tried several items over the years, including a veggie lasagna of sorts, among others. By far, my favorite selection is the black forest ham sandwich with an Americano to wash it down. For dessert, I always have the biscotti. The only downer is the cafeteria-style seating. I'm not really into sharing a table with multiple strangers (not that I'm against people, mind you). Honey Bear is a bit out of the way for me, but worth the drive. I'd encourage you to check it out the next time you're in the vicinity.

    (4)
  • Ani K. O.

    YUM! Great Tomato Soup. I had their Basil Roasted Chicken: (Cucumber, avocado, spinach, provolone, and basil aioli.) It felt a bit pricey but it was SO tasty. The aioli was so amazing.

    (4)
  • Rachel S.

    The suburban strip mall setting is a little grim, but my tomato basil soup contained strips of real, fresh basil substantial enough to require chewing, and it came with a piece of whole wheat bread strong enough in its ordinary, wholesome goodness to break down (for that moment, at least) all my prejudices against adding sugar to things. The paper doilies between oval plate and soup bowl were frivolous but not actively objectionable, and the table I sat at demonstrated no potential to wobble or rock, ever. You can't fault a piece of furniture that would take four people to move. Besides, the magazine racks from Third Place Books are right next to the Honey Bear dining area, so it's all due to Honey Bear that I caught sight of Joshua Roman on the cover of Seattle (Sound) Magazine, so I cadged a read of the article and learned about an upcoming concerto concert at Town Hall that I've now bought a ticket for and anticipate enjoying tremendously. (His recital of unaccompanied works at Elliott Bay Book Company last month was great fun.) Three cheers (and four stars) for Honey Bear.

    (4)
  • Adah M.

    I love going over to the Honey Bear for a toasted bagel. It's relaxing to look at magazines then go over to browse the bookstore afterwards. Unfortunately, the coffee at Honey Bear leaves a lot to be desired. The americanos taste like drip, and the lattes are too milky, with no coffee flavor. And why are they always (9 times, literally, out of 10) out of cups???? PEOPLE, YOU NEED TO BUY MORE CUPS!!!I don't want to drink my coffee out of a paper cup. Maybe it's best to drop by Starbucks first (though I'm not a big fan, at least they're consistent), then head over for the bagel....Better yet, head over to Laughing Ladies cafe on 15th for the same bagels and delicious, rich coffee.

    (2)
  • Maria C.

    Zucchini and gruyere cheese frittata. Moist, dense muffins. This was breakfast last week and I've been dreaming of it since. The bakery smell as you walk in the door transports you to the happiest times of your life. The cakes made me drool. The cookies made my eyes light up. Next time I'm going for lunch, as I'm told the sandwiches and salads are to die for. Wish I'd had enough time to browse Third Place Books while I was there, but I could only look around with book lust and envy while waiting for the cheese to melt on my frittata. Next time.

    (4)
  • Kimberly l.

    The honey bear bakery has a great selection of sandwiches and soups and the breakfast sandwich on potato bread is something I dream about. The bacon is fantastic which makes the BLTA a favorite with every bacon lover. The atmosphere is cozy and the staff is friendly. The coffee isn't the best in my opinion, and they need a little help with some of their breads, but everything else is fabulous. They normally give large slices of cake so I don't know what that other person was talking about. I have gone there millions of times and never gotten a small slice, nothing smaller than like 2 to 3 inches thick. So I love it.

    (4)
  • Sara W.

    Love this bakery!!! (that is not just a bakery!) All of thier food is fresh and made that day right there in the bakery. I will often cruise down here for lunch and pick up a BLT, soooooo good!!! And to make it even better, it is located essentially inside Third Place Books so I can pick up a book or a magazine and sit and enjoy my lunch!

    (4)
  • Robyn H.

    Good pastries. Best pumpkin muffin around. Delicious desserts and well made sandwiches. I wish they still baked their own bread but different owners have different priorities. The big wooden bear near the counter was the replacement for the one that was stolen (bear-knapped?) from the original bakery in Tangletown, near Greenlake. With a latte in hand, walk next door to Third Place Books and grab two or twenty to take home.

    (4)
  • jamie d.

    I was very dissappointed to read the last review. ? I Go to Honey Bear for the amazing cakes, sandwiches, soups, and coffee. No one but the east coast can make a decent bagel anyway. Honey Bear Bakery is in an amazing location.....third place books is my favorite place to hang....and the manager, Gabe is very committed to making Honey Bear the best it can be. They can do specialized cakes and wedding cakes as well. they also sell awesome juices and drinks too. I don't know anyone that's in a hurry in Lake Forest Park and if u are then ur in the wrong place. Honey Bear Bakery and Third Place books are a great place to spend time with friends and family and enjoy life and good food and good books. I frequent this place a few times a week and I am very proud to support my local restaurants and community. Honey Bear Bakery belives in good local products and is a big supporter of their community which is super important in todays economy. All of their products are made fresh on site and a lot of good love is added to all the items. Great service as well. Keep up the good work

    (4)
  • Fran C.

    do not overlook desserts - great cookies, cakes even gluten free treats- take time for a cappucino in a real cup.....than the soup and salad are the best for lunch - I eat here often - spend some time enjoy the laid back atmosphere

    (4)

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Opening Hours

  • Mon :7:00 am - 10:00pm

Specialities

  • Takes Reservations : No
    Delivery : No
    Take-out : Yes
    Accepts Credit Cards : Yes
    Good For : Brunch
    Parking : Private Lot
    Bike Parking : Yes
    Wheelchair Accessible : Yes
    Good for Kids : Yes
    Good for Groups : Yes
    Attire : Casual
    Ambience : Casual
    Noise Level : Average
    Alcohol : No
    Outdoor Seating : No
    Wi-Fi : Free
    Has TV : No
    Dogs Allowed : No
    Waiter Service : No
    Caters : No

Honey Bear Bakery Cafe

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