Let Them Eat Seattle (Chocolate) Cake

Let Them Eat Seattle (Chocolate) Cake

Who doesn’t love a special occasion; a reason to celebrate? A sheet cake that says “we love you” with red frosting roses. One single candle atop of fluffy tundra of buttercream. The off tune singing ceases and what do you wish for? More cake, of course. There’s layer, bunt, fruit, cup, devil’s food, angel’s food, king, carrot, cheese, coffee, Funfetti, ice cream, and perhaps most well-loved of all: chocolate cake. Where will you be on National Chocolate Cake Day? I know what Marie Antoinette would say. The only looming question is, can you have your cake and eat it too? Check out these Seattle spots and find out for yourself.

Salty's
Salty’s World-Famous White Chocolate Mousse Cake w/ raspberry coulis
Known for the fresh seafood and sweeping view, Salty’s on Alki is clutch for special occaisons, date nights, or just a damn good piece of World-Famous White Chocolate Mousse Cake. Moist and fluffy mousse cake is drizzled with sweet, tart raspberry coulis and served chilled. The view just got even better.

Stateside
Chocolate Cream Torte
Stateside was one of the hottest restaurants of 2015 and amidst the unique French Vietnamese menu items is your new chocolate cake craving. Head to the hill for modern savory flavors and stay for an old favorite. Stateside’s chocolate cake has fresh whipped chocolate cream, decadent chocolate glaze and pistachio-feuilletine crunch.

Hot Cakes Moten Chocolate Cakery
Dark Decadence
The top dog godfather of Seattle chocolate cake is Hot Cakes. Walk by on any night and see crowds waiting for their made to order hot-out-of-the-oven molton cake. Warm rich “molton” chocolate oozes out of the center of each cake, and with flavors like chocolate peanut butter and malted milk chocolate it’s hard to choose just one. The cakes are served with vanilla ice cream and gooey fudge.

Bakery Nouveau
“Classic” Chocolate Cake
The menu at Bakery Noveau varies seasonally and even weekly depending what’s in season. You can choose from the flakey warm breads, masterful pastries, and fresh jams, but if you ask me, you’ll want to get cake. The “Classic” Chocolate Cake is prepared with super moist chocolate cake and 64% chocolate mousse. It is finished with chocolate glaze and chocolate shards that line the outside. If you’re in the mood for something slightly less traditional but equally as sinful, try the Chocolate Mocha Cheese Cake is 60% Chocolate and indulgent coffee ganache on a chocolate crumb crust and finished with a chocolate glaze.

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