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Bake's Place Moving to Greener Pasture in Downtown Bellevue

Eastside's popular jazz supper club Bake's Place is heading for greener pasture in downtown Bellevue in early spring 2012!



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At its new downtown Bellevue venue, located in the Columbia West building on the corner of 108th Ave NE & NE 2nd St next to Seastar Restaurant, the Jazz Alley-inspired Bake's Place will double it seating capacity to 110 seats with a main stage, floor and mezzanine seating, a full-service bar, large floor to ceiling windows and a spacious patio for outdoor dining and special events. 

Dinner shows are offered six nights a week and feature a variety of musical genres including R & B, Latin, Big Band, singer-songwriter, jazz, blues and more. 

To elevate both the quality and scope of its lunch and dinner menus to match the expanding musical palette, owners Craig and Laura Baker have brought in new executive chef and business partner, Christopher Peterson, to put together a menu that features an array of both small and large plates inspired by global cuisines. Chef Peterson's resume includes the illustrious Café Campagne, as well as a long time executive chef position at Bis On Main in Old Bellevue.

While the venue and cuisine are seeing major upgrades, Bake's Place's focus remains the same: "offer world-class music, outstanding cuisine and friendly service in a uniquely intimate setting."


Published: Juanuary 6, 2012
Photo courtesy of Bake's Place 


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