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Pumpkin Everything: Beyond the PSL

Posted October 5, 2017

It’s no secret that pumpkin spice is a favorite fall flavor. If you’re a fan of all things pumpkin, the next time you’re at the Market take a stroll to enjoy an abundance of pumpkin spice goodness—all before you reach the original Starbucks! Here’s a quick roundup of Market businesses on the iconic Pike Place cobblestones and nearby that are offering pumpkin-y treats this season:

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Skip the Line, Order Online

Posted September 7, 2017

Pike Place Market boasts more than 70 restaurants and eateries, so it’s easy to find anything from a piping hot cup of chowder to dozens of decadent pastries. What’s not so easy is waiting in line, especially if you’re in a hurry or on a short lunch break.

Good news! Several Market businesses now have online ordering available. Just order from their website, pay online, skip the lines and grab your food to go.


DeLaurenti

From signature pizzas and sandwiches to savory soups and sweet treats, you can easily customize your food orders and be on your way.

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Pike Place Chowder

Place your order for chowder or bisque (online orders include sourdough bread, a piece of fruit and bottle of water) anytime and pick-up at a window designated for to-go orders!

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Cycene

Get a taste of Southern comfort foods like shrimp grits or pimento cheese sandwiches. Cycene is open for breakfast and lunch only, and is closed on Wednesdays.

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So the next time you’re at the Market for lunch, order online, pick-up your food and enjoy it (along with the views) from the steps of our new MarketFront!

For a complete listing of restaurants and eateries at Pike Place Market, visit the “Where to Eat” section on our website.

Cycene Serves Up a Taste of the South

Posted December 12, 2016

This month, Pike Place Market celebrates the grand opening of Cycene, a new restaurant on First Avenue serving up Southern-inspired cuisine. Open early for breakfast and lunch seven days a week, hungry patrons will be delighted by the simple-yet-satisfying selection of sandwiches and grits.

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Pike Place Market welcomes Dot’s Butcher & Deli! Chef and owner Miles James is proud to present the only whole animal butchery in the Market. James has over 20 years of experience in the food industry, starting out as a dishwasher and working his way up. Dot's may be new to the Market but this isn't its first appearance in Seattle. Dot's Charcuterie & Bistro, located in Fremont, closed its doors in 2014 after three years in business. Now, the deli is back, with a menu featuring familiar cuts of meats like pork belly, ground beef, and rib eye alongside some less familiar meats like rabbit (upon request). As the name states, Dot's is not just a butchery; their deli menu boasts of delicious sandwiches such as porchetta, meatball, and cheesesteak with house made cheese wiz. With items that sound this delicious, it's hard to believe that James used to be a vegan. Dot’s is open from 10 am-6 pm.

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Art-to-Go as You Nosh

Posted June 22, 2016

The next time you purchase a tasty stuffed pastry at Piroshky Piroshky, check the bag. On one side you'll find the shop's logo, and on the other side? Artwork created by one of the Market's 200+ local craftspeople. It's a unique opportunity to promote another aspect of the Market community that grew from a change in bag manufacturers.

Oliver Kotelnikov and Olga Sagan, owners of the shop, were in the process of choosing a new bag maker when they brainstormed ideas for images that could go on one side of the bag. "There is so much beautiful art for sale in the Market, we thought we'd like to share it with our customers at all our stores," Olga said. After consulting with some Market craftspeople, who reacted positively to the idea, Olga and Oliver chose artwork by Sally Simmons for their first printing of 300,000 new bags.

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