Public Food MarketOur Favorite Food Market: Pike Place
When conjuring up images of Seattle’s evergreen landscape it’s hard not to include the Public Market Center sign at Pike Place. Etched into the tapestry of the abundant Pacific Northwest, Pike Place, a nine-acre market, is a destination for food-lovers. With hundreds of vendors to choose from, the market offers more than just their famous fish-hurling. From a cone of overflowing dunganees crab at Pure Foods Fish Market to cornmeal-crusted catfish sandwich at Matt’s in the Market and pain au chocolat from Le Panier, the only thing you’ll need at the end of your visit is a coffee from the original Starbucks.