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Curbside Pickup Map

 

Pike Place Market Curbside Parking Map

 

Pike Place Market retail businesses are opening up for curbside pickup as the Stay Home Stay Healthy order is slowly lifted across Washington State.

Below are retail businesses that are offering curbside pickup in the Market. Pre-order is required for curbside pickup. Walk-ups are not allowed at this time. 

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This Mother's Day give Mom the gift of relaxation.

At-Home-Spa Day

Mom needs a day to relax. This Mother’s Day, give her gifts from Pike Place Market that will soothe her body and mind. Ya know she deserves it.

Learn how you can create the perfect at-home spa day. Read the blog below for ideas. Buy before May 4th to get it delivered in time for Mother’s Day.

 

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Treat yourself or email a gift card to a friend!

A great way to support your favorite Pike Place Market businesses is by buying gift cards. We've compiled a list of Market businesses who sell gift cards. Click on the business to purchase.

We'll keep adding to this page. Check back for updates.

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From one-of-a-kind delicacies to gifts that will make you smile.

Easter and Passover will look different this year, whether you are cooking a feast for your family in quarantine or sending a little joy to a loved one -- pick up everything you need at Pike Place Market to make the day extra special.

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Support Your Market

Posted April 6, 2020

Donate to our Foundation, Shop Our Businesses or Pickup a Bouquet

During this worldwide crisis, the best way to support your beloved Market is by shopping. Food-related businesses in Pike Place Market are open. Pick-up produce, fresh seafood, meat, milk, eggs, bread and more from nearly 20 specialty food stores. A number of restaurants in the Market are also offering curbside pick-up or delivery. Get breakfast, lunch and dinner! 

For the Market businesses who are closed including our crafters, flower farmers, artists and DownUnder shops, consider supporting them by shopping online or by buying gift cards. We complied a list of over 170 Market businesses who have online stores. See that list, here.

Flower farmers have partnered with several Market businesses to offer bouquets for pick-up and delivery. Some are also selling bouquets at specific drop off locations throughout Seattle and King County. Learn more, here.

If you want to help the nearly 2,000 workers in Pike Place Market, consider donating to the Pike Place Market Foundation's Community Safety Net. Anyone who lives or works in the Market can apply to get emergency funds from this program. Click the button below to learn more about how Community Safety Net funds are used or to make a donation. 

We are stronger together!