9 Best New Seattle Desserts in 2019

At some of the year’s best new restaurants, dessert—for breakfast, midday or late night—is king. Check out our slideshow for our favorites
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  • Mango bingsoo from Snowy Village. Photo courtesy of Snowy Village
  • Gold-covered soft serve from Matcha Café Maiko. Photo courtesy of Matcha Café Maiko
  • Buko pie from Hood Famous Café and Bar. Photo by Jeriel Calamayan
  • Crueller from Good Day Doughnuts. Photo courtesy of Good Day Doughnuts
  • Entremets from Lady Yum. Photo by Alex Crook
  • Stuffed cookie from Lowrider Baking Company. Photo courtesy of Lowrider Baking Company
  • Sorghum and buckwheat fudge brownie from Lucinda Grain Bar. Photo by Kelli Thoumsin
  • Injeolmi toast from Milkie Milkie. Photo courtesy of Milkie Milkie
  • The Garden (under sugar dome) from Conversation. Photo by Nick Johnson

This article appears in print in the September 2019 issue and is part of our Best New Restaurants cover story. Click here to subscribe.

Mango bingsoo from Snowy Village (University District)

Gold-covered soft serve from Matcha Café Maiko (Downtown)

Buko pie from Hood Famous Café and Bar (Chinatown-International District)

Entremets from Lady Yum (Pioneer Square)

Stuffed cookie from Lowrider Baking Company (Central District)

Sorghum and buckwheat fudge brownie from Lucinda Grain Bar (Ravenna)

Injeolmi toast from Milkie Milkie (Edmonds)

The Garden (under sugar dome) from Conversation (Downtown)

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