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Year-round produce stalls feature an abundant variety of seasonal fruits and vegetables. Fish markets provide fresh seafood from Pacific Northwest and Alaskan waters, and Market butchers provide shoppers with the finest, locally produced meat and poultry. Shop from purveyors of artisanal foods made from regional products like pickles, sauerkraut and kimchee as well as artisan cheese, chocolate-covered Washington cherries, preserves, dried fruit and jams.
Handcrafted items made locally are a great way to share a love of the Pacific Northwest with family and friends. And with more than 200 local and regional craftspeople offering their unique wares at Pike Place Market, there’s sure to be something for everyone on your list. Browse through the diverse array of art, jewelry, paintings, toys, pottery, and even body care products made from local ingredients.
One of the first things many people think of when they hear the words “Pike Place Market” is the wonderful abundance of specialty foods available. Shoppers will find the spices, ingredients and products foodies, and their friends and families, love. Specialty grocery stores sell pasta, truffle oil, herbed vinegars, olive oils, teas, spices, grains and curries.
It’s easy to work up an appetite at Pike Place Market. Luckily, shoppers will fine more than 30 restaurants offering a dizzying array of menu options. Market dining is eclectic — one may savor breakfast or lunch at a deli counter, share appetizers in a casual restaurant or bar, or enjoy a romantic dinner for two. Because indoor dining isn’t an option, restaurants have made an effort to ensure eating outdoors is a pleasant experience.
The best gifts feel like they were made just for you. And some of the best places to find these gifts are Pike Place Market’s small, owner-operated shops. They specialize in unique products—like lavender, vinyl records, miniature cars, maps from around the world and magic. You’ll also find antiques and collectibles, art of all kinds, new and used books, clothing and accessories, kitchen products and more.
It’s important to keep your energy up on holiday shopping trips. It’s easy to do that at Pike Place Market, where takeout snack and dining options abound. The options are as diverse as the Market itself: sushi and teriyaki, Indian curries, burritos and tacos, fried chicken, slices of artisan pizza, roasted Italian sandwiches, Greek gyros, shrimp cocktails, Chinese pastries, soups, salads and Korean bibimbap. And if it’s baked goods you’re craving, look for stuffed pastries such as empanadas from Latin America, piroshkies from Russia, humbows from China, böreks of Turkey, feuilletés from France or samosas from India.
support the market
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on the vibrant Pike Place Market neighborhood made up of thousands of farmers, craftspeople, artisans, small businesses and senior residents. Visit Pike Place Market Foundation’s new online Charitable Marketplace featuring more than 100 Market businesses and products that all support the recovery of Pike Place Market.