Several Edmonds establishments were recognized in ParentMap magazine’s 2015 Golden Teddy Awards.
Pagliacci Pizza, with locations in Edmonds and Shoreline, was named Best Pizza in the North Sound Dining and Food awards. Evviva Wood Fired Pizza in Edmonds was a finalist. Edmonds’ Revelations Yogurt and Dessert Bar was a finalist in the Best Ice Cream category.
The Rusty Pelican Cafe, with locations in Edmonds and Mill Creek, was named a finalist in the Best Family Breakfast category.
Kafé Neo on Highway 99 in Edmonds was named the winner in the North Sound Cross-Cultural Eats category, for its authentic Greek food, and Thai Cottage in downtown Edmonds was picked as a finalist in that category.
The big orange Edmonds-based food truck Here and There Grill was a finalist in the food truck category.
Both the Edmonds Summer Market and PCC Markets were named as finalists in the fresh food category. The Edmonds Summer Market “boasts not only a wonderful produce section, but also crafts, art and live music that kids love,” the magazine said.
Goodwill, with multiple locations including Edmonds, was a finalist in Kids’ Clothing and Consignment Shops. The Edmonds waterfront was a finalist in Date-Night Spots.
And for those anxiously awaiting the opening of Top Pot Doughnuts at Salish Crossing in Edmonds, the Seattle-based chain was named Best Doughnuts.
Located nearby, Cinebarre, which offers ages 21-plus dinner, drinks and a movie in Mountlake Terrace, was the winner in the Date-Night category.
Pump It Up, with locations in Lynnwood, Kirkland and Bothell, won best Birthday Venue. Lynnwood’s PlayHappy Cafe won best Coffee Shop and was a finalist in the Kid-Friendly restaurant in the North Sound Dining awards, and was a finalist in Birthday Venue and the Rainy Day Refuge categories.
Lynnwood Kids Dentist was named best Pediatric Dentist.
Red Robin, with multiple locations including Lynnwood, was named best Kid-Friendly Restaurant.
Menchies in Lynnwood and Bothell won best Ice Cream.
The awards were voted on by readers.