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October 2, 2019 / Anne Erickson / King5 News

Delicious New Finds for Foodies in Bellingham

Got a day to spend in Bellingham? We've got you covered, morning to night! Start with breakfast at Camber - home of the ‘Best coffee in Washington. ’

Right down Holly Street from camber is Saltadena: a cake shop run by a woman so devoted to her craft, she has a stick of butter tattooed on her arm. 

Just a couple of blocks away from Saltadena is a new Bellingham dinner hot-spot, Bantam 46. Their sign says ‘Chicken. Drinks.’ They do both well, and the cozy interior with an upstairs bar feels like you're in your cool rich uncle's library. 

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