Lá Liath Bakery

A British Isles Bakery

Lá Liath, pronounced la lee-ah, is Irish for "grey day." The name was chosen to reflect the usual Seattle weather, as well as to create a place where people could come to escape those grey days with a pastry and a cup of tea.

Bakery owner Marenka, pronounced Ma-zhen-ka, has a love for all things tea and pastry, as well as her partner, cat, and cookbooks. She hopes that everyone can find something they like to eat at her bakery!

The focus is on baked goods from the British Isles, such as scones, tarts, shortbread tea cakes. Many of the items come in a variety of flavors and are easy to handle while walk around or with a cup of tea in hand.