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New Public Seating at Pike Place Market

New Public Seating at Pike Place Market

Posted July 9, 2021

There are now more ways to enjoy Pike Place Market! 

 

Get ready to dine in front of Pike Place Market's iconic Public Market Center Clock and Sign.

For the very first time, visitors can grab food or drinks from any of our 30+ eateries and restaurants to enjoy in two new public seating areas on Pike Street and Pike Place. 

The new seating areas include wooden picnic tables, umbrellas and are sectioned off with white fencing.

Both seating areas are open daily from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

They will remain open through Labor Day weekend. So come down and enjoy this unique opportunity!

 

We're Reopening 5 Public Seating Areas

public seating at Pike Place Market

 

If you're not near the new public seating areas, don't worry. We're reopening five public seating areas across Pike Place Market. 

public seating at Pike Place Market

 

1. Economy Market: Enjoy donuts or a bagel in this public seating area in between Daily Dozen Doughnut Co. and Bagelbop. See photo to the right. 

 

2. Economy Market Atrium: Take your meal and eat it in the Economy Market Atrium! Tenzing Momo, Eighth Generation, Pasta Casalinga, Crepe De France, Atrium Kitchen, and Studio Solstone are located near this public seating area. Sasquash and a giant squid can be found here, as well.

 

3. Enjoy Lunch with a View! Walk under the Public Market Center Clock and Sign and head down the ramp. You'll pass Marakesh Leather, Glass Eye Studios, Productions at Random, Seattle Hats, and 3D Wood Puzzles. At the bottom of this ramp is a bar top public seating area with a view of Puget Sound. See photo above.

 

4. Sanitary Market Seating: This public seating area is near Jack Fish Spot, Los Agaves, and Lamplight Books. Head inside the Market near Jack's Fish Spot and Three Girls Bakery, a public seating area is behind the stairs near Kitchen Basics. 

 

MarketFront Sundeck at Pike Place Market

 

5. MarketFront Sundeck: If you're in the North end of the Market near Piroshky Piroshky, Michou's Deli or Le Panier, head through the Crafts Market to the MarketFront Plaza and Sundeck. Picnic tables with umbrellas are set up so you can relax and take in the view.

Steps along the MarketFront Pavilion also make for a casual spot to rest your feet and take in the waterfront and the Olympic Mountains. 

 

 

 


 

To learn more about which businesses are open for walk ups, dine-in, takeout, or delivery click the icons below. 

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