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Pike Place Market has You Covered this Easter

Pike Place Market has You Covered this Easter

Posted April 7, 2020

From one-of-a-kind delicacies to gifts that will make you smile.

Easter and Passover will look different this year, whether you are cooking a feast for your family in quarantine or sending a little joy to a loved one -- pick up everything you need at Pike Place Market to make the day extra special.


The Essentials

Eggs: You can’t have Easter without Easter eggs! Pike Place Market Creamery has chicken eggs, duck eggs and ostrich eggs. Call (206) 622-5029 to place an order for curbside pick-up or stop by the store behind Jack's Fish Spot between 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. While you’re there stock up on milk, butter and cheese.

The Main Dish: Don and Joe’s Meats is offering no contact curbside delivery. Pick up your Easter ham, lamb or try something new. ​Call (206) 682-7670 or stop by the counter from 9 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Note: they are closed on Sundays.

If you are craving something from the deep sea consider shopping at one of the Market’s fish markets for fresh salmon, crab legs, prawns, halibut and more. Pike Place Fish is open and offers no contact curbside pick-up, next day local delivery and they ship nationwide. Order online here or call (206) 682-7181 for curbside pick-up. City Fish also offers local delivery. Call (206) 682-9329 to place an order.


The Delicious Delicacies

DeLaurenti Food & Wine is a one-stop-shop for delicious treats from chocolate eggs to Italian cookies to chocolate gift sets. Order online here for pick-up at their Pike Place Market store, next day local delivery and nationwide shipping. While you're adding things to your cart, make sure you browse the cheeses and wines.

Piroshky Piroshky is selling their Easter Kulich, a traditional Russian bread topped with sprinkles and filled with citrus and raisins. Call (206) 764-1000 for no contact curbside pick-up. They are open daily from 8 a.m. - 7 p.m. Or use to get this buttery delicacy delivered. Right now, they’re delivering to Seattle, Redmond, Kent, Issaquah, Mill Creek and Bainbridge Island. Check their Instagram for the latest delivery locations.

Sunny Honey Company is open. ​Stop by the store to pick up honey sticks for the kids and Worker Bee Body Balm for your dry hands. They’re open Monday - Saturday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.​ Sunny Honey Company is online too. Order here.


Chocolate Treats

Chukar Cherries re-opened its Pike Place Market location just in time for Easter. You cannot beat their chocolate covered cherries or sour cherry sauce (try it on ice cream). Call (206) 623-8043 for no contact curbside pick-up. They are open daily from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

indi chocolate has brought out their vintage bunny molds. Order a solid chocolate bunny, along with homemade chocolate chip cookies and brownies. Order online here. They offer no contact curbside pick-up, local delivery through DoorDash, and nationwide shipping. Decorate your Easter table with a famous Pike Place Market flower bouquet. indi chocolate has partnered with Market farmer, Maika's Garden to sell their exquisite arrangements.

For monster-size cookies stop by Cinnamon Works along the cobblestones Friday - Monday from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. ​​​Call (206) 583-0085 to order ahead.

Bottega Italiana is selling pints of their homemade gelato. Call (206) 343-0200 to place an order for curbside pick-up. They’re open Tuesday - Saturday from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.


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