Reviews on Cafe food in Lynden, Washington, United States. Lynden is the second largest city in Whatcom County, Washington, United States. Located within the Metropolitan Area of Bellingham, WA Named and established in 1874 near the site of the Nooksack Indian village Squahalish (Nooksack: Sqwehálich), the city of Lynden began as a pioneer settlement headed by Holden and Phoebe Judson.
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4 based on 172 reviews
I always stop here when Iâm in Lynden. So many wonderful delicious items to choose from. Pies, cookies, bread, doughnuts and cinnamon rolls. They of course have unique Dutch pastries too. Always fresh. The staff are very friendly and helpful. This is a must stop for anyone in Lynden.Thank you so much for the thoughtful review. We absolutely love customers like you that appreciate our efforts in providing fresh handmade bakery products served with a smile. Thank you!
4 based on 124 reviews
We were promptly greeted upon entry even thought signage stated to use self-seating.Our servers were very friendly and attentive throughout our meal. Our entree portions were large. All components were excellent - very good flavours. Menu with just too many great selections to name only a few. From present to past meals, all choices are rated very good to excellent. We patronize this place despite being 20 kms away..
This is a combo farmer's market and health foods store. Everything is healthy and fresh. You can get coffee and sandwiches, healthy snacks, fruit and vegetables. There is no seating, but does have off the road parking. It's a cute, clean place to stock up on all your healthy wants and needs.
Modern and trendy cafe in the heart of downtown Lynden! Paninis, soup, salads, small plates, appetizers, breakfast sandwiches and more!The Firehall Cafe is located on the main floor of the newly renovated 22,000 square foot Jansen Art Center in downtown L
Firehall Cafe is new to Lynden. Sean and his colleagues have put together an excellent assortment of snackies including paninis, wraps, plates, and pastries. I had a panini, and while very tasty, consider it a light snack - you want more. Another time I had the Caesar Chicken wrap in a spinach tortilla. The wraps are large and would make a light supper all by themselves. Excellent, and I didn't go away hungry. Firehall Cafe also has beers on tap - I especially like the Transporter, a dark ale. Bottled beers and wine are also available. Thurday evening is piano lounge time, and a variety of performers come by to entertain. I'm pleased to report that the house gets full, and that means success for this endeavor. Diners can choose to eat at sidewalk tables, inside the Jansen Art Center Firehall Cafe, or on a balcony overlooking the Cascade Mountains and the Nooksack River Valley.
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