The Bellingham Business Journal
The Grace Café, located at 1065 E. Sunset Dr. in Sunset Square, is celebrating its 10th anniversary in October with a fundraiser for ovarian cancer research.
The cafe is partnering with Tony’s Coffee to donate $2 for every 12-ounce package of Honduran Roast and $1 for every apple pie sold Oct. 11-23.
Todd and Heidi Larson founded The Grace Café in 2000. When they opened, the Larsons were replacing a business that featured handmade, New York-style bagels and the bagels continue to be a staple for The Grace Café.
But the Larsons have added many other handcrafted, made-from-scratch baked goods to the menu, including cinnamon rolls, fruit-filled scones and, of course, pies.
“We opened with a passion for pies and a commitment to customer service,” Heidi said in a news release.
Todd is the pie maker, producing more than 3,000 pies from scratch each year. Besides selling pie by the slice inside the restaurant, The Grace Café sells whole pies for receptions, large dinners and other special occasions. Pie orders soar at Thanksgiving and Christmas, Todd said.
The Grace Café is open from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays and from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays. For more information, call The Grace Café at (360) 650-9298 or visit www.gracecafepies.com.