22 Breakfast Spots at Pike Place Market
Whether you prefer a coffee on the go or a full sit-down meal, Pike Place Market has a destination for every breakfast eater. Make the most out of the most important meal of the day and start your morning right with one of these breakfast spots.
Grab & Go
DeLaurenti Food & Wine: DeLaurenti has a dependable café section located for sandwiches, cookies, and a full espresso bar for the mornings you need a staple sweet to get through your day.
Ghost Alley Espresso: If a caffeinated beverage is your breakfast of choice then Ghost Alley Espresso is the place to stop. This isn’t your conventional coffee shop. Their most popular drink is the Mystery Mocha, a drink different for each customer with dark or white chocolate among syrups, salts, or spices.
indi chocolate: Chocolate lovers rejoice! indi chocolate was made for you and their passion does not stop at cacao beans. They offer specialty coffee drinks that match the decadence of the chocolate bites seen on their menu.
Storyville Coffee Company: Tucked away from the hustle and bustle of Pike Street, Storyville Coffee Company is an oasis for caffeinators. Storyville’s artful roast and freshly baked pastries from scratch paired with its cozy fireside setting make it a shop that’s easy to get lost in.
Grab & Go
Bagelbop: Starting at 7am, Bagelbop is hopping with breakfast egg sandwiches and crab melts rolling out to early birds on their way to work. The stall offers 15 different toppings, from a poppy seed to asiago, with bagels from the Seattle Bagel Company.
Cinnamon Works: Starting at 9am, Cinnamon Works is a scratch bakery selling vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free and good-tasting regular treats. They also have delicious coffee togo!
Daily Dozen Doughnut Company: There’s nothing like bite-sized doughnuts for an on-the-go breakfast. For the mornings you’re too late to think, Daily Dozen Doughnuts Co. makes it easy. Just choose a flavor!
Freya Bakery Cafe: Freya Bakery Cafe is one of the newest additions to the Market offering a Scandinavian twist on pastries, savory bites, and specialty coffee drinks. Stop by their newly remodeled shop on Western Ave!
Honest Biscuits: Inspired by his grandmother’s recipe, owner Art Stone of Honest Biscuits has been experimenting with making the best biscuits around that respect tradition, but also embrace originality. Try a buttered biscuit or go with the works and order from their biscuit sandwich menu.
Le Panier: Start your day at a classic French bakery. Le Panier serves classic French pastries and savory bites (come early for the ham & swiss croissant)! All their pastries, assorted croissants, and seasonal items are made using traditional French baking techniques. And don’t forget to grab a latte from their cafe!
Los Agaves: Los Agaves’s breakfast menu is packed with the flavors and nutrition to get you through your day. Try their Instagram-worthy breakfast burrito, breakfast bowl, or classic huevos rancheros. As a family-owned and operated business, they know the importance of a hearty first meal and serve you the same quality goodness they would serve their loved ones.
Piroshky Piroshky: Blending traditional Russian recipes with Pacific Northwestern flavors, Piroshky Piroshky hand crafts 32 different piroshkies daily, both savory and sweet. What’s a piroshky? The simple answer is a handheld baked pie, great for an active morning without sacrificing any quality!
The Crumpet Shop: The Crumpet Shop is Seattle’s first and original crumpet baking company, pairing their famous English griddle cakes with your choice of over two dozen toppings. Ever wanted to try Green Eggs and Ham? The Crumpet Shop has it! Order a crumpet on the go or if it’s a nice day enjoy a meal at one of their sidewalk tables.
Sisters European Cafe: Step off Post Alley and into this European-style deli. Enjoy specialty grilled Focaccia bread sandwiches with country-fresh eggs and European meats and cheeses. Sisters European Cafe’s breakfast menu focuses on different egg dishes on classic European bread, including ‘Eggcellent’ and ‘Egg & Hop’ among many other great titled meals.
Three Girls Bakery: Three Girls Bakery has been serving the Market for over 100 years! Their beautiful pastries and baked goods are on display like art for all to see and taste just as remarkable as they look. Their sweets may take the cake but Three Girls serves several savory treats as well.
Crêpe de France: Crêpe de France offers a medley of both sweet and savory crêpes alongside a full espresso bar. All of their family recipes are made with the freshest and finest ingredients purchased within Pike Place Market.
Lowell’s Restaurant & Bar: Lowell’s Restaurant & Bar has been serving the public for close to 100 years with three floors of scenic views. With fresh seafood daily, options like the Dungeness Crab Benedict and Alderwood Smoked King Salmon Scramble are a no-brainer.
Market Diner: Hidden away in the Sanitary Market Building, Market Diner is a gem for traditional diner food. Their breakfast menu includes the classics with a few Pacific Northwest twists, all served in a casual atmosphere.
Pike Place Bar & Grill: Pike Place Bar & Grill may be located in Seattle, but their breakfast menu includes endless Belgian waffles and New York steak and eggs. Any dish is sure to fill you up and energize you for a full day at the Market!
Sound View Café: Nestled in the middle of the Market, Sound View Café is a cozy and family-friendly eatery that offers a relaxing environment to enjoy your first meal of the day.
The Athenian Seafood Restaurant and Bar: Opened in 1909, the Athenian Seafood Restaurant and Bar is a Seattle classic with a setting and view worthy of the big screen. In fact, it has been; their establishment is featured in the 1993 film Sleepless in Seattle.
The Dressing Room at Can Can: Dine in style at The Dressing Room at Can Can. Their French-inspired brunch menu reflects the fantastic decor of the space by using relics from the Can Can’s famous theater shows. Sip a mimosa and enjoy a Market-fresh salmon benedict under a canopy of chandeliers.
The Virginia Inn: This historic restaurant at the corner of 1st Avenue and Virginia Street has been serving the community since 1903. Head over for brunch on Saturday and Sunday to enjoy refined takes on classic brunch options with a fresh Northwest style. Try their fan-favorite, Fried Chicken Biscuit!