15 Vegan-Friendly Places to Eat in Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market may be well-renowned for its seafood specialties, but there are a number of stops fit for vegans looking to enjoy eats, treats, and drinks around our historic district. Dive in as we explore plant-based dining options available around the Market!

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Vegan-Friendly Eats

1. Alibi Room


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Hidden off the corner of the famous Gum Wall you’ll find an intimate speakeasy with a warm and boisterous vibe at the Alibi Room. Enjoy their vegan pizza made with a cheese-substituted garbanzo bean base, red onions, kalamata olives, and dressed with a vegan pesto sauce and balsamic reduction with a side of white bean hummus. They also have the option to build your own pie as well with any veggie toppings of your liking!

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2. Cinnamon Works


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Enjoy delectable pastries from this vegan-friendly bakery counter that wafts their sweet smells throughout Pike Place as fresh goods are baked each morning. Cinnamon Works‘ vegan selection includes maple cinnamon rolls, snickerdoodle and oatmeal raisin cookies, banana bread, pumpkin muffins, and lemon poppyseed bites. Catch them early for the freshest options!


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3. El Borracho


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Pike Place Market’s 100% plant-based restaurant for Mexican food includes creative twists on classic dishes at El Borracho. There are no shortage of options to fill your tacos, burritos, bowls, and nachos! Find shredded jackfruit, Impossible™ beef tex-mex crumbles, smokey sweet al pastro tofu and pineapple, chipotle potato, and more. Quench your thirst with spiced horchata, aqua frescas, freshly squeezed lemon-limeade, and a variety of margaritas to wash down a delicious meal.

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4. Honest Biscuits


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For a hearty lunch, stop by for a vegan biscuit at Honest Biscuits! Order it light with jam, top it with a lentil-based vegan gravy, or go for the vegan sandwich with Field Roast sausage, vegan cheese, pickled onions, arugula, and mustard! Stop in early to catch their open hours until 2 pm on weekdays, and 3 pm on weekends.

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5. indi chocolate


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Naturally vegan and delicious, indi chocolate is known for their single-origin, deliciously crafted chocolate made from bean to bar on site. Try a classic bar, or their specialty sipping chocolate made with coconut or oat milk. Vegan-friendly treats include truffles made with olive oil instead of butter, chai biscotti, and airy chocolate mousse. Enjoy a sweet pairing with any of their craft espresso beverages!

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6. Jasmine Thai Cuisine

Tucked away in Post Alley you’ll find a quaint little stop for noodles, stir-fry, and more at Jasmine Thai Cuisine. Try the pad Thai noodles or fried rice with tofu and ask to hold the eggs to make it vegan. Curries are another great option if you enjoy a richer creamier dish alongside a hearty side of rice.

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7. Michou Deli


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With daily rotating options and bargain pricing by the pound, you can sample a number of healthy plant-based items for lunch at Michou Deli for an affordable price. Choose from their variety of prepped salads like the Power Greens with kale, edamame, onion, and bulgur wheat tossed in a zesty lemon dressing. You’ll often see a varietal of glazed or spiced tofu in the deli case, and be sure to check their fresh-made sandwiches that include tofu or portobello mushroom options. Ask for it toasted for extra crunch!

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8. Old Stove Brewing

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Enjoy the view and great tasting bits at Old Stove Brewing. Their vegan opinions include a Black Bean Burger and a hummus plate. The brewery also boasts 24 taps featuring the finest craft beer made on-site right at Pike Place Market.

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9. Pike Place Chowder

Don’t miss the vegan-friendly and gluten-free chowder option at this popular Market lunch stop! Made with a velvety coconut milk and zesty lime juice base, Pike Place Chowder‘s Lime and Coconut Chowder comes with a hearty medley of bok choy, asparagus, leek, corn, potato, mushroom, and tomatoes. Enjoy it in a cup or go big with a sourdough bread bowl to sop up every last bit!

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10. Pike Place Market Creamery

It might seem counterintuitive that a shop decorated with cows has vegan options, but the Pike Place Market Creamery sells way more than milk and cow stuffed animals. Find tofu, vegan grain sausages, butter, cheese, jerky, snack bars, squeeze bottles of pancake mix, broth, maple syrup, and hummus. They also have several delicious salad dressings and local mayonnaise that are vegan-friendly. Just ask the friendly staff behind the counter for their vegan options.

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11. Piroshky Piroshky


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Enjoy a classic Russian snack that folds delicious savory fillings into a flaky pocket of pastry dough. Hand pies at Piroshky Piroshky are always a hit, with vegan flavors like Veggie Chipotle including Field Roast spicy Mexican faux sausage, Beef and Onion made with Impossible™ meat, and Potato and Mushroom. For fans of borscht, this classic vibrantly colored soup is entirely plant-based as well.

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12. Rachel's Ginger Beer


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All 13 handcrafted flavors at Rachel’s Ginger Beer are vegan-friendly. The restaurant specifically uses organic cane sugar in its drinks, as well. According to their website, “simple ingredients are key. fresh lemons, strong roots, organic cane sugar, and good water” create their signature flavors and rotating seasonal varietals. Rachel’s Ginger Beer also partners with several Seattle-area farms.

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13. Seattle Dumpling Co.

Seattle Dumpling Co, tucked away in the Soames Dunn building, offers a wealth of vegan-friendly options, including Carrot Tofu Napa Dumplings, Pan-Fried & Pickled Cabbage Buns, and Onion Pancakes. See their menu.

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14. Sisters European Cafe


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Known for their freshly baked focaccia, stop in at Sisters European Cafe and try their toasted vegan sandwich called the Nasruddin. Made with hummus, baked eggplant, olive tapenade, and tomato, it’s a hearty treat that pairs great with a cup of their vegan Indian spinach soup!

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15. The Crumpet Shop


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A Market morning mainstay of over 40 years, The Crumpet Shop‘s spongy specialty crumpets are a simple formula of just flour, water, and yeast. Available vegan-friendly options to top it with are fruit preserves, peanut butter, or spinach and tomato. Pair it with a fresh coffee or tea and you have the perfect English breakfast before kicking off your Market Day.

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