Where to Eat
Pike Place Market has long been the heart of Seattle’s vibrant food scene. Within the nine-acre historic district, foodies, locavores, epicureans, professional chefs, home cooks, and those who simply love to eat enjoy a feast of bakeries, cafes, intimate bistros, casual and fine dining restaurants, and take out counters serving quick bites. Every trip to the Market provides an opportunity to indulge in favorite regional dishes like clam chowder, taste sweet or savory artisan foods or try a new dish from one of the many vendors serving ethnic cuisine.
At more than a century young, the Market continues to grow organically. New emerging restaurants open next to established award-winning eateries. Though each is distinct, every Market restaurant shares the same enduring value of Pike Place Market—a dedication to serving authentically prepared dishes made from the freshest, highest quality ingredients, often sourced from the Market itself.