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The flowers are still blooming! Brighten up your home and support a Pike Place Market flower farmer during these unprecedented times.

Throughout our peak season, April to October the Market hosts 30-40 small flower farms each day selling fresh tulips, daffodils, dahlias, peonies and more. Many of our tulips farmers have been growing for 30 years. These are all small family farms locally growing in Snoqualmie Valley, Carnation, Fall City, Duval Woodinville, Monroe, Auburn and Kent.  

With these businesses closed at Pike Place Market and other farmers markets across Western Washington shuttered through May, small family flower farmers need support.

Below are five ways you can purchase a bouquet and help keep family farms open.


Pick Up at Sosio’s Fruit & Produce

(Photo Credit: @kkbrumbaughweigelt)

Sosio’s Fruit & Produce teamed up with six Pike Place Market flower farmers to offer bouquets. Stop by Sosio’s stand in the main arcade for apples and artichokes, and now flowers! Bouquets are $25, with $10 going to the farmers and $15 to the Community Safety Net.

See the farm schedule:


Pick Up At Piroshky Piroshky


Pick-Up at the Farm

Take a short drive and pick-up fresh flowers right from the source. 

 

  • Santos Farms
    • Stop by the farm at 26307 W Valley Hwy N S, in Kent, WA. Open daily 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.
  • Sweet Blissful Blooms
    • Call (425) 270-0981 to order ahead or stop by their farm at 4050 Fall City-Carnation Road Southeast, Fall City, WA. Open Tuesday - Sunday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. (Closed on Mondays)

Santos Farms in Kent, Washington on March 19th. (Photo Credit: @foodmancing)


Pick Up in the University District

  • Alm Hill Gardens 
    • Email almhillgardens@gmail.com to pre-order a tulip bouquet. Pick up Saturday, March 28th from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the University Heights Center located at 5031 University Way NE, Seattle, WA. Pre-orders must be made by 9 a.m. on Friday. Click here for additional details. 

Shop Online

 

To our Market Community and Downtown Seattle – we’re your local grocer and we’re here for you. Pick up something delicious for dinner tonight. Browse the list below to see which Market businesses are open.

Many Market restaurants are offering takeout and delivery, as well. Click the buttons below to see those businesses. 

Locally sourced fish and a prime cut of beef for dinner – we’re here for you.

Fresh produce and seasonal favorites – we’re here for you.

Take-out and grab-and-go meals – we’re here for you.

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Pike Place Market has been the soul of the city for more than 110 years and we’re committed to fulfilling that role by supporting the Market and downtown community through these very challenging times. However, in order to do our part to keep our community safe and healthy, we’re temporarily making a few changes.

Fresh fish and a prime cut of beef for dinner – we’re here for you.

Fresh produce and more – we’re here for you.

Take-out and grab-and-go meals – we’re here for you.

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We're Open, But With Changes

Posted March 17, 2020

Pike Place Market has been the soul of the city for more than 110 years and we’re committed to fulfilling that role by supporting the Market and downtown community through these very challenging times.

However, in order to do our part to keep our community safe and healthy we’re temporarily making a few changes.

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Your favorite Pike Place Market restaurant may be closed, but that doesn't mean you can't order your favorites and get them delivered to your door.  

Maximilien is offering a new Meal Bag dinner to-go program.

At Catch22Delivery.com --  Piroshky Piroshky, Pike Place Fish and Old Stove Brewery delivery services are available. Also on Catch22, find Market favorites indi chocolate, Maximilien and Uli's Famous Sausage available to order and pick-up.  

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The best way to support small businesses is to shop local! Come take a walk along the cobblestones and enjoy the magic of exploring all nine-acres of the Pike Place Market Historic District. But when you can’t get to the Market – many shops do have online stores or are on food delivery services.

Pro tip: Bookmark this page! 

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