Scandinavian Food Resources
- Scandinavian Specialties – offers products from throughout the region, like lutefisk, Danish smoked eel, lingonberry jam, Norwegian chocolates, and more.
- Larsen’s Danish Bakery – offers the traditional Danish Kringle (“Flaky layers of Danish filled with almond paste and raisins, shaped into a pretzel, just before it is baked, it is topped with sugar and sliced almonds.”)
- Ikea – Obvious, of course, but in addition to the cafe's usual Swedish meatballs and the food market's ligonberry preserves (at a very good price), they also schedule periodic food events like all you can eat crayfish dinners.
Scandinavian Cultural Resources
- Nordic Heritage Museum - Cultural programs have included a series on different styles of Nordic pancakes, beer and drinking song evenings and more. Keep an eye out for the holiday bazaar.
- Swedish Club - Monthly pancake breakfasts, happy hours, Swedish Kafferep (coffee party), and more.
- Bothell Sons of Norway - Very reasonably priced and charming pickled herring and lefse classes. Other events, too!
- Daughters of Norway
- Icelandic Club of Greater Seattle
- Scandinavian Language Institute
- Norwegian Day
- UW Scandinavian Studies
- Northwest Danish Foundation
- Scandinavian Cultural Center at Pacific Lutheran University
- And if you want to know more history, check out two books from the Images of America Series: Norwegian Seattle and Swedish Seattle.