Not only is Duane’s Garden Patch celebrating their 20-year anniversary, they were just awarded “Best Business that Makes a Difference” in Boulevard Park 2024 at the Discover Burien Best of Burien awards.

We all know and love Duane’s for its fresh fruits and vegetables but did you also know that Duane’s carries many locally-produced grocery items like Tutta Bella pizza, Penny’s tortilla chips, salsa and guacamole, many varieties of Foster’s pickled vegetables. A daily delivery of Smith Brothers Farms milk, eggs, butter, half & half and sour cream, along with locally-made Lopez Island Creamery ice cream and a good selection of groceries are always on hand.

Beautiful large hanging baskets, annuals, perennials, bedding plants, herbs, soil, compost and much more.

Fresh produce delivered daily, including fresh floral bouquets, roses.

Owner Duane Camerota started his interest in the produce business working as a young boy at his Aunt and Uncle Genzale’s farm in Sunnydale. In 1969, Duane began working alongside his Grandpa. They worked together taking locally grown produce to his uncle’s stand at Pike Place Market for many years. Now Duane’s is a multi-generational family business that remains a Burien classic.

Duane’s Garden Patch is also known for their super helpful and friendly staff. They will help you load your car if needed or offer advice on how best to enjoy your purchase selection, recipes and more.

Follow Duane’s on Facebook here.


  • Open Monday through Saturday: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • Sunday: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.


Phone: (206) 244-2924


11215 8th Avenue South, Burien, 98168:

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