There's no mistaking the heavenly scent of fresh pastries wafting along Pike Place between Stewart and Virginia streets
Posted July 15, 2015
There's no mistaking the heavenly scent of fresh pastries wafting along Pike Place between Stewart and Virginia streets. That's the smell of Le Panier's baking team hard at work, crafting piles of macarons, croissants, breads, and other pastries from scratch each day, as they have since opening in 1983.Read More
Posted July 6, 2015
Let’s get your post-holiday brain working with Market Trivia! Do you recognize this scene from Sleepless in Seattle? It lasted less than two minutes but forever made this Pike Place Market restaurant famous. Can you name the spot? Is it:
A. Maximilien Restaurant
B. The Athenian
C. Matt’s in the Market
D. Lowell’s Restaurant and Bar
Posted July 2, 2015
Blia Lor started her farming career at a strawberry farm after she moved to Washington from Laos 30 years ago. She later started her own 14-acre flower farm in Carnation and has been selling at Pike Place Market for 20 years. She also grows an acre of produce that she sells through the Pike Place Market Basket CSA, though you'll find her selling flowers in the North Arcade.
Blia's son Peter started helping his mom when he was seven years old, and he still pitches in at the market and the farm, while also balancing a busy freelance photography business and his studies in radiology. You might also see Blia's four other children helping out at the stall.