Viaduct-mania is taking over Pike Place Market! Demolition on the Alaskan Way Viaduct has reached the halfway mark and it's in front of Pike Place Market.
From now through the second half of July come shop the Market, relax in the sun and watch the demolition from our unobstructed view on our new MarketFront Plaza.
Make it a Market day with these viaduct-themed specials and deals:
Try the Wrecking Ball from Bavarian Meats located at 1920 Pike Place. The sandwich features pulled pork, ham, a pickle, slaw and BBQ sauce. Yum!
Get a free gift with every $50+ purchase from Chukar Cherries. The special is only available at their Pike Place Market location.
Charles Saul Designs
All Chuck Saul needed was large pieces of round and square rebar to create his viaduct inspired mementos and pendants. These paperweights are polished on one side and etched with the State Route 99 road sign that lined the viaduct for 66 years. Find Chuck Saul in the Pike Place Market Crafts Market Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and sometimes on Saturday.
It's a rock, it's a monster, it's a rock monster! Artist Patty Roberts of Falcorations Odyssey turned viaduct rubble into funky whimsical creatures. Also, look for her zombie bunnies and kitties, dark fairy rag dolls and plush tooth fairy monsters in the Pike Place Market Crafts Market.
Old Stove Brewery in the Pike Place MarketFront is offering a 10% "Front Row Seat Locals Discount." The discount works hand-in-hand with their late night happy hour menu starting after 8 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Watch the sunset or admire Puget Sound -- it's easy to see why Seattle Magazine named Old Stove one of the Best Brewery Taprooms of 2018.
Pike Place Market Creamery
Pike Place Market Creamery is getting in on viaduct demolition fun with crumbled goat cheese. Pick some up today at their shop at 1514 Pike Place inside the Sanitary Market.
Polish Pottery Place
Polish Pottery Place on the 5th floor of the DownUnder is selling adorable 100% cotton Goodbye Viaduct Hello Tunnel tea towel made by Seattle artist Oliotto. Pick one up today!
Wear a piece of the viaduct and get compliments! Kristeena and Ron Sabando of Sabando Design created stunning rings, necklaces and pendants from Alaskan Way Viaduct rebar and cement. The collection is called, Highway 99 Revisited. Find Sabando Design in the Pike Place Market Crafts Market Monday through Friday.
Kristin Schwartz of Silver Cherry found rubble from the Alaskan Way Viaduct created the perfect texture for her Full Moon series. Varies sizes of full moon earrings and pendants are currently at her table. Find Kristin Schwartz in the Pike Place Market Crafts Market Sunday, Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Strange Bean Productions
Discover Seattle from the eyes of artist Jon Strongbrow of Strange Bean Productions. At his table in the Crafts Market, Jon is selling surrealism prints of downtown Seattle and the Viaduct.
Come see the demolition of the viaduct, but stick around for a show! Unexpected Productions is offering a 2 for 1 ticket discount to Seattle Theatresports every Friday and Saturday at 10:30 p.m. The offer runs through July 13th. Use promo code: BYEVIADUCT when you buy tickets, here.
Need a desk rock? Karen Kvernenes of Windhorse Rocks took concrete chunks from the viaduct and sandblasted unique phrases into them. Find Karen in the Crafts Market 6 days a week.