Pike Place Market
968 locals recommend ·
Why locals recommend it
Pike Place is chock full of amazing vendors selling crafts, flowers, fruit, and of course - fish. Wander the stalls and sample the wares. Some highlights include: Rachel’s Ginger Beer, Bavarian Meats, and Ellenos and the gum wall. Grab a Salmon sandwich for lunch at Market Grill.
Tips from locals
A travelers delight, oh the old Pike place, a historic staple of seattle founded in 1907! Fresh cheap foods to buy and try.
Walk around there is much to see and lots to eat. Hop on the #28 get off at Pike and walk west a few blocks and you are there. Breakfast at Lowell’s or Baccos (or tons of others) Old Stove for a beer, or a glass of wine In Post Alley… bring you proof of vaccination.
Pikes Place is such a fun scene at all times of the year. Be sure to try food at as many vendors as you can. Its all amazing! After you eat, get your gum ready so you can add to the famous gum wall. Its right below Pikes.
A 15 minute drive from the cottage or a bus ride in about the same time. A must visit!
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