Tag: Bake’s Place

Bellevue Downtown Association Announces 2012 Place Makers

The Bellevue Downtown Association announced their 2012 Place Maker awards on Thursday at their 39th Annual Celebration.  The awards go to people and organizations that contributed to making Downtown Bellevue a great place to live work and play. === Arts Champion: Mary Pat Byrne Arts are an important piece of […]

An Inside Look at Bake’s Place

“Without the space between the notes, there is no music.” It’s a quote from motivational author Wayne Dyer, and announced regularly before nightly performances at Bake’s Place by owner Craig Baker, who’s glad to take the stage to introduce performers and meet the crowd. Craig describes the act of enjoying […]

Bake’s Place Announces Grand Opening Performances

Bake’s Place will celebrate its grand opening on May 11-13 in downtown Bellevue. This new jazz supper club will feature vocalist Dee Daniels at 7:30pm Friday and Saturday, May 11 and 12, and at 7pm Sunday, May 13. Daniels infuses her jazz style with blues and gospel. Other upcoming performances […]

Bake’s Place to Open in March

Last autumn Bake’s Place announced its plan to move from Issaquah to downtown Bellevue. Now the jazz supper club is preparing to open in March, at the corner of 108th Avenue NE and NE 2nd Street. The downtown venue will include a main stage, plenty of floor and mezzanine seating, […]

New Jazz Club to Open in Downtown Bellevue

A new dining and music venue will add some jazz to downtown Bellevue’s nightlife scene. Bake’s Place, a jazz supper club owned by Craig and Laura Baker, plans to move from Issaquah to downtown Bellevue in winter. The club will present a dinner show with jazz and other genres of […]