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We're Open, But With Changes

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 have made a few changes.

 

Curbside Pickup

 

Pike Place Market Curbside Pick-up Map

To make picking up fresh seafood, produce, baked goods and prepared food from our restaurants easy, we added 9 curbside pickup spots throughout the Market.

Park at the business' designated curbside pickup location, let the business know you arrived and they will bring your items to your vehicle. 

 

How Curbside Pickup Works

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Shopping the Market on Foot

You are more than welcome to shop our open-air market on foot. To encourage social distancing we have created one-way paths marked by signs throughout Pike Place Market. Please reference the signage and map below before you arrive at the Market. 

We also added two hand washing stations for the safety of our shoppers.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We want to remind visitors to be mindful of others and adhere to social distancing recommendations while in the Market. 

Please wear a mask or face covering, look for tape, chalk or signs to help you maintain 6 feet distances and use the provided hand washing stations when necessary. 

Together we can keep our community healthy. 

 

 

To learn more about what businesses are open for walk ups, takeout, curbside pickup or delivery click the icons below.  We’re all in this together and we, like all of you, are looking forward to a time when the city’s soul is full again.

Our Senior Center, Food Bank and Clinic is open to provide vital services to the most vulnerable among us. At this time, the Senior Center is providing only to-go meals for the community. And, in partnership with the City of Seattle Human Services Department, we will continue our bi-weekly produce deliveries to low-income preschool sites.