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Los agaves at Pike Place Market

As the Stay Home Stay Healthy order is lifted across Washington State, Pike Place Market restaurants are opening up their patios and dining rooms. Currently, dining space can be open at 50% capacity with tables no larger than 5 people. 

Please review the list of restaurants below for their hours and if they are accepting dine-in guests, takeout, or meal kits. 

 

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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.

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Seattle Restaurant Week

Seattle Restaurant Week 2019 runs from April 7 - 18.

This time around, ten restaurants in the Pike Place Market Historic District are participating in the event which offers a special three-course dinner menu for $35 and a two-course lunch menu for $20 Sunday through Thursday. 

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Whether you're trying to impress out-of-town guests or just looking for a new brunch spot, these four low-key Pike Place Market restaurants not only have delicious hearty breakfast items on the menu they also have breathtaking views.

So grab your friends and your phone and head to the Market for Instagram-worthy meals and views.

 

Lowell's Restaurant

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Cafe Campagne's Seasonal Specials

Posted August 24, 2018

We're well into tomato season and Cafe Campagne is taking full advantage! Executive chef and owner of Cafe Campagne, Daisley Gordon, gave us a behind-the-scenes look at some menu items featuring the versatile fruit.

(Tomato Soup)

(Tomato Quiche with salad)

(Tomato salad with gazpacho)

According to Chef Gordon, he tries to use seasonal fruits/vegetables as much as he can in as many dishes as possible. The discipline and creativity that go into menu items with seasonal ingredients guarantee a unique dining experience that keeps guests coming back for more. You can often find Chef Gordon in the kitchen creating new and innovating dishes, so the next time you're at Cafe Campagne don't forget to thank the chef!

Fun Facts:

  • Chef Gordon has been at Cafe Campagne since 1995.
  • There are two staff members that have been at Cafe Campagne since it's opening in 1994.
  • Chef Gordon carries on the Pike Place Market tradition of "Meet the Producer" by being an active chef in the restaurant he owns.