Store, Bakery and Coffee Bar
Daily 6:00AM - 9:00PM
Mon. thru Fri. 10:00am - 2:00pm
Mon. thru Fri. 7:00AM - 10:00AM
919 37th & Commercial
Anacortes, Wa. 98221
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The Store in Anacortes
Your Hometown Emporium to "Good Taste"
Priscilla Michaud owners
At The Store in
Anacortes you will find our
Espresso Bar, Bakery,
Deli, Wine Shop, and
There is a cozy dining room to sit and read the paper, have a Muffin from
the Bakery, or a light breakfast from the Deli, and/or enjoy an Espresso style
coffee from the
Espresso Bar; or a self-serve cup of coffee in the morning.
Bakery has a large selection of Muffins, Cookies and other Pastries baked daily.
Take a virtual tour of our Bakery Page for an
appetite enticing experience. The Bakery also features their own line of fresh
baked Artisan style breads.
lunch we serve Deli style sandwiches, soups, and salads. You can review the Deli
Menu at our Deli Page. This is a wonderful
place to meet and have a quiet and tasty lunch in the old world style with a
glass of wine or a soft drink.. We discourage cell phones and there is no WiFi.
A conscious decision to offer you a place of refuge in your hectic schedule.
Wine Shop at The Store has an exceptional selection of wines from around the
world at reasonable prices. We have what we consider a boutique wine shop, which
you might say is more intimate and friendly as well as wine savvy. The Wine Shop
selection is driven by the owner's, Frank Michaud, palate and he feels confident
in the Store's presentation. There is an excellent selection of Washington,
Oregon and British Columbia wines, as well as Californian, European and South
American wines. If there are any questions about the wines or wine pairings
Frank would love to assist you. Please refer to our
Wine Shop Page for further information.
Our Grocery at The Store is a true neighborhood grocery store, with items
from A to Z. Nestled in the Wine Shop is a Cheese Cooler with a selection of
domestic and international cheeses. The Grocery features cheeses made
locally in the Skagit valley from the
Samish Bay Cheese Company.