Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

Farmers' Market · Seattle, Washington


Pike Place Market is a public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront in Seattle, Washington, United States. The Market opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers' markets in the United States. It is a place of business for many small farmers, craftspeople and merchants. Named after the central street, Pike Place runs northwest from Union Street to Virginia Street.

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Seattle families come here to get fresh produce, see flsh fly and score the best deals on flower bouquets. The downstairs market shops are always worth a look and eateries like Piroshky Piroshky, Le Panier and Beechers are hard to beat. If you visit in August, don't miss the OMG peaches at Sosio's.
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Pike Place Market is part and parcel to Seattle, and it could very well define Seattle to the rest of the world. Good reason - it embodies the port city's resources, small family-owned businesses, and the birthplace of the iconic Starbucks.
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Pick up your favorite Market food, we’re talking Honest Biscuits, Matt’s in the Market, Shug’s Soda Fountain and more, and enjoy them at pop-up spots throughout the Market. Look for these new-this-year spots on the cobblestones, in the Secret Garden and Post Alley, as well as along First Avenue and Western Avenue. You’ll find all the dine-in or takeout options, plus hours for individual restaurants, online. Sound and city views? It doesn’t get any better than this in the summer!
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Pike Place Market is one of the USA’s longest-running farmer’s markets, having been in operation since 1907. Located on Pike Street, it’s a useful calling point for fresh, local produce. Whether you’re looking for the basics or hunting down gourmet, hard-to-find ingredients for your next dish, the market has got you covered. Pike Place also offers dining options and a craft market where you can pick up musical instruments, longboards, kitchenware and so much more, all handmade by local artisans
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Not only is Pike Place Seattle's most visited landmark (impressive for a market, right?), but it's also a great place for foodies to indulge in tasty grub. Sleuth out the rosy entrance to hidden local favorite the Pink Door for fresh Italian food or taste some of the best clam chowder this side of Boston at Pike Place Chowder.
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Wheelchair Accessible
Good for Kids
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