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Seattle: Where to Eat at Pike Place Market

Whenever we're in Seattle, we make a beeline straight to Pike Place Market. The daily market has brought together farmers, fishmongers, and bakers since 1907. Even if you haven't been there, you're probably familiar with the iconic fish toss. "Hali-BUT! Hali-BUT! Heyyyyyy!" Next thing you know that slippery fishy is being hurled over your head and slapped onto a bed of ice.

We wish every city had a daily market as lively, colorful, and delicious as Pike Place. Not to mention have a mascot as great as Rachel, the bronze pig statue.

In addition to the fresh produce and seafood, we love the hot dogs, doughnuts, chowder, and other snacks from vendors all over the market. Here are eight of our must-stops.

Our Picks

Pike Place Chowder »
Gourmet Dog Japon »
Chicken Valley Fried Chicken »
Daily Dozen Doughnut Company »
The Crumpet Shop » Beecher's Cheese »
Seatown Seabar »
Piroshky Piroshky »

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