No trip to Seattle would be complete without a visit to the iconic Pike Place Market. The public market is Seattle’s original farmers’ market, and one of the oldest in the country. Opened in 1907, the Seattle landmark now covers nine full acres where you can find everything from farm-fresh produce to crafts and books to specialty foods. Located within easy walking distance of Seattle Oasis Vacation Rentals properties, visit the Market’s historic arcade, and travel through winding alleys to experience all that Pike Place Market Seattle has to offer.
Eat at Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market Seattle WA proudly continues the Meet the Producer tradition founded in 1907 that allows Seattle citizens direct access to local farmers selling their fresh produce and specialty farm products. New in 2018, the Market allows local residents to double their EBT and WIC/Senior FMNP checks five days a week, giving everyone access to healthy, high-quality foods. Pike Place Market is committed to serving the local economy, and to promoting the health and well-being of all people.
While you’re here, don’t miss the famous fish market. Talk to the friendly and knowledgeable fish mongers to discover when, where, and how the seafood they peddle was caught and raised. They’ll even be happy to share their cooking tips and best recipes with you!
Though well-known for the fish markets, Pike Place Market Seattle WA butchers offer a variety of meats that outdoes even the best grocery stores. Sourced from small local farms, our meat vendors are proud to offer only the very freshest and best meats and poultry.
The 30+ restaurants and more than a dozen bakery cafes mean that you can grab a bite while you’re here, and you’ll likely work up an appetite as you peruse the market stalls, gathering ingredients to make your own gourmet meal! You’ll find everything from sandwich shops to fine dining and international flavors in the Pike Place restaurants. You can even enjoy pizza on the dance floor at Alibi Room, or dinner and a show at Can Can Cabaret! Pike Place Market Seattle is also home to the original Starbucks, which has remained true to its roots, serving only coffee and espresso.
Walk off your meal by perusing the Market’s many owner-operated shops. You’ll find everything from books, art, and music to artisan chocolates, apparel, and toys. Small scale shops support local artisans and free trade artisans around the world, so you can feel good about shopping with a social conscience. Don’t leave Seattle without picking out a few unique items for your family and friends!