Copperpot Bakery, 314 PIE to bring sweet and savory treats to Edmonds’ Main Street Commons

314 PIE plans to offer its full array of savory-to-sweet creations at the new Edmonds location. (Photo courtesy 314 PIE)

How about a take-out window for fresh baked goods in the heart of downtown Edmonds?

“Permits are filed and construction is underway,” said an exuberant Mike McMurray, as he described the latest addition to his Main Street Commons project: a collaboration between Seattle’s Copper Pot Bakery and 314 PIE that promises to bring a bit of international flavor to Edmonds, but with a distinctly Northwest touch.

Installed just last week, the take-out window in the Copperpot/314 PIE space will offer customers the convenience of quick take-out service. (Photo courtesy Mike McMurray)
The Copperpot/314 PIE interior space is currently being configured. (Photo courtesy Mike McMurray)

Edmonds market-goers are likely already familiar with 314 PIE, as their food truck made several appearances during the summer market season. With fare running the gamut from savory to sweet, 314 PIE creations cater to the full range of tastes and moods — including caramel apple to accompany your coffee and steak and mushroom for a satisfying meal.

Copperpot Bakery’s coconut macaroons have developed a passionate following among its customers. (Photo courtesy Copperpot Bakery)

Copperpot bakery was started in Seattle by pastry chef Casey Cooper, whose passion for taking regional specialties from around the world and giving them a local twist has brought him a loyal following.

“I’m always looking for new things to add to the menu, and it’s great fun discovering the history of foods for a region, then making them yourself,” he says. “I’ve always liked finding recipes that are favorites…then adapting them to be more local. I started Copperpot to produce made-from-scratch, hand-made baked goods.”

In addition to sweet treats, Copperpot offers a variety of fresh-baked breads like this whole wheat sourdough. (Photo courtesy Copperpot Bakery)

Both Copperpot and 314 PIE started out focused on a food truck/catering/home delivery business model, and both have developed a strong customer base. The Edmonds Commons location promises to build on this by providing a brick-and-mortar presence in the heart of downtown.  But that doesn’t mean they’ll forget where they came from. Once they’re up and running, Cooper says he would “definitely would like to make deliveries” in Edmonds.

— By Larry Vogel

  1. I am absolutely delighted and cannot wait for the opening! What a fantastic idea for Edmonds and some new innovation to bring in an exciting 2022. Thank you so much Casey, I will be one of your first customers!

  2. Any clue yet when Main Street Commons will be open? With much of the heavy construction nearing completion, I’m guessing maybe late spring or early summer?

  3. If you want to check out Casey’s breads and pastry he is at Tonnemaker’s farm stand in Woodinville 1st and 3rd Sat of every month. His whole-wheat and sourdough is delicious.

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