I finally found a neighborhood bakery in Burien- The Danish Bakery, which has been there all my life, in Olde Burien. It is embarassing to walk in say "Hi! My first visit here..." "When did you move here?" "1962, when I was 2!"
The Danish Bakery in Burien was opened in the old part of Burien in about 1930 by a Danish baker. Johannes Pitzner purchased the Burien Danish Bakery in 1967. Mark Pitzner continued the family tradition in 1977. The Bakery specializes in carefully baked Scandinavian products including Danish pastry, pumpernickel, and various other breads, cookies, and decorated cakes. They serve coffee, espresso drinks, and cold beverages in a small cafe. They also have a fine assortment of hard to find imported Scandinavian goods such as imported jams, cheeses, chocolates, lefse, etc.
Finally fresh baked bread baked in Burien. Which is good. Cause I get tired of beer bread!
So lets see, found a local bakery, went to the farmers market today! Good day!
P.S. AFTER THE FACT- CHILE- I DID NOT EAT A BRATWURST AT THE FARMERS MARKET TODAY!