Pike Place market is easily one of the most visited locations in the state of Washington. With so much to see and do there is no humanly possible way to take it all in. Here's a short list of places worth a stop on your tour of the Market and beyond.
You'll find just about any spice you'll ever need in this place - and then probably a couple of more you you didn't even know you needed.Phenomenal tea selection as well.
Now that's a meatball sandwich! Step up to the counter at this Pike Place Italian mainstay and order up a sandwich that's guaranteed to come dripping in cheese and marinara sauce.
You see them cruising by with a driver in a goofy hat and people hanging out the sides quacking away. But have you ever boarded one of these things? If not, you should. Try it before you judge. It's fun.
The name says it all. Filled with offerings from some of the finest chocolatiers in the Northwest this place will undoubtedly satisfy your sweet tooth.
A fitting location for such luxurious chocolate. At the base of the Fours Seasons hotel, this stylish chocolate shop should be a a decadent stop on anyone's list. If you're there during the right time of year you can indulge in the chocolate covered figs.
It's all about the pickle at Britt's -- pickled cucumbers, pickled garlic, pickled onions, pickled lemons. And to top it all off they'll offer you a shot of pickle brine while you make your pickle decision.
If you're looking for a little moonshine - look no further than these new, yet rustic digs in the Market. You wont' have any trouble finding your favorite barreled aged cocktail (like the Smoked Maple Old Fashioned) from their daily "In The Barrel" specials. And they have some pretty serious eats to go along with all of that serious hooch as well.
A good Italian sandwich is sometimes hard to come by in Seattle. But not here. Roasted pork and beef sandwiches dot the daily menu board and they all satisfy. Pick up a beef brisket or meatball sandwich and head out for a picnic on the waterfront.
Once you've unwrapped one of these cheeses it's difficult not to eat the entire contents of this lovely package in one sitting. Luckily, you have plenty of places to replenish your need for cheese - like their modest, sliver of a cheese window at Pike Place Market. It's true -- good things do come in small packages.