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Create Your Own Food Tour Through the Market

Create Your Own Food Tour Through the Market

Posted January 2, 2020

Make your next Market Day a food tour. 

Pike Place Chowder

Pike Place Chowder. Photo credit: @loiscezca

Pike Place Market has long been the heart of Seattle’s vibrant food scene. Within our 9-acres foodies, locavores, professional chefs, home cooks, and those who simply love to eat enjoy a feast of bakeries, cafes, intimate bistros, casual and fine dining restaurants, and take out counters serving quick bites.

Every trip to the Market provides an opportunity to indulge in favorite regional dishes like clam chowder, taste sweet or savory artisan foods or try a new dish from one of the many vendors serving ethnic cuisine.


"Walk Around" Cup from Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt

This small walk-up counter on the corner of the Corner Market Building introduced the Greek yogurt craze to Seattle. Yes, it’s yogurt... but think rich, thick and creamy, served up like gelato, swirled with mouthwatering toppings like marionberry, lemon curd, ginger raspberry and passion fruit.


 

Sesame Ball from Mee Sum Pastry

Sesame seeds on the outside, but what's on the inside? These toothsome Chinese pastries known as jian dui are made from glutinous rice flour and filled with sweet red bean paste. Open sesame!


 

Seasonal Fruit Cup from Growing Washington

100% organic, 100% local! Growing Washington moved into one of Pike Place Market's historic Highstalls to bring you fresh produce and specialty farm products year-round. Their grab-and-go fruit cups feature a medley seasonal favorites.


 

Bacon on a Stick from Bavarian Meats

Photo credit: @obaliciouspnw

Cured and smoked to perfection by Bavarian Meats, their bacon on a stick makes for the perfect savory snack for your stroll down Pike Place.


 

Drinking Chocolate from The Confectional

The Confectional Cheesecake

Photo credit: @letsdodessert

Swing by the The Confectional for a personal mini cheesecake or a Cheesecake Dips. These tasty treats are a perfect way to indulge without spoiling your appetite. 


 

Maple Bacon Doughnut from Daily Dozen Doughnut Company

Watch fresh mini doughnuts being made on the mesmerizing "Donut Robot" as you pick up an assorted half-dozen of plain, cinnamon, powdered sugar, sprinkled, or maple frosted with bacon.


 

Flavored Honey Straws from Sunny Honey Co.

Sunny Honey Co. Honey Sticks

Here’s the spot for local, raw, unfiltered honey—full of flavor and healthy attributes. Mix and match flavored honey straws for a buzz-worthy grab-and-go treat!


 

Wheatgrass Shot from Juice Emporium

Juice up with a freshly-pressed wheatgrass shot packed with vitamins, minerals and antioxidants.


 

Nanaimo Bar from Michou Deli

Named after their city of origin, Nanaimo, British Columbia, these no-bake bars consist of three layers: wafer crumble, custard-flavored butter icing, and melted chocolate.


 

Piroshky Piroshky

Piroshky Piroshky

Follow your nose to the aromatic Piroshky Piroshky bakery and pick up a cheddar cheese and garlic roll. This treat made from Tillamook cheddar cheese is perfect on a chill morning or as an afternoon snack. 

CATEGORY: WHERE TO EAT