Sequim-area businesses make the A-List

A number of North Olympic Peninsula businesses cracked the top five in several categories in a voted competition on Seattle A-List, created by CityVoter.

The Cedars at Dungeness was the top voted golf course, and That Takes the Cake, also in Sequim, snagged three titles: first for best cupcakes and best desserts, and third for best wedding cake.

In the food and drink categories, Sequim’s Wind Rose Cellars took third place among all Seattle-area wineries while Maggie May’s Espresso and Outfitter was third in the food trucks category, and Blondie’s Plate was voted fifth for tapas.

Sequim’s own Dungeness Kids Co. was voted third best place for children’s clothing, while Olympic Game Farm came in fourth for fun places for youths.

Pippa’s Real Tea in Port Townsend was named the tea shop Best Tea House in the Seattle area for the second year. PT’s Mt. Townsend Creamery was voted fourth best cheese shop, and Port Angeles’ Port Scandalous Roller Derby team was voted third best roller derby team.

The list, released on Aug. 28, details the “best places in and around Seattle based on more than 18,000 votes from local experts,” according to best.cityvoter.com.

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