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To help you get started, here are some favorite Market Days curated for different occasions. To choose your own adventure, select the heart button on the businesses you’d like to visit to add them to your customizable Market Day. Find your selection in the top right corner and share for a guidebook to your visit!

Early Riser

We all know that the early bird gets the worm, but in this case, the early bird gets first dibs on the best produce and flowers + breakfast & lunch! You’ll also get to see the Market come alive. This Market Day starts at 8 a.m., and don’t forget your shopping bags.

Ghost Alley Espresso is one unique coffee shop with an equally unique history.

Daily Dozen Doughnut Company's famous mini-donuts have been crowd pleasers for years. You know they’re fresh when you can watch them come off the machine.

The Pike Place Secret Garden is a thriving community-led garden and a quiet place to relax, rejuvenate and learn! The garden is run by Market residents and staff from The Market Commons. All produce grown is donated to the Pike Market Food Bank. Nearly 500 fresh herbs and vegetables are donated each year!

In 1911, Jack Amon came to America and began selling fine seafood from a stand in Seattle’s world-famous Pike Place Public Market.

A pasta stand located in the historic Pike Place Market in the heart of downtown Seattle.

Uli’s Famous Sausage believes in providing only the highest quality sausages for our customers.

Mary Rosary Patos of Memories Unlimited Seattle screenprints original artwork on various canvas clothing and accessories. Her current product line includes tote bags and aprons in more than a dozen colors.

Aaron Murray creates porcelain figurines and earthenware that combine his love of folk art and animal forms with a dash of humor.

Tlingit artist Harmony Hoss has sold her work at Pike Place Market since 2008.A Seattle native, Harmony is entirely self-taught, and her intricate prints are drawn freehand using pen and ink, acrylic paint, and colored pencils.

PATTERN & Posy is a brand of handmade, block-printed home and infant products by surface pattern designer and printmaker Carrie Narducci. Carrie’s product line includes tea towels, napkin sets, cork coasters, and organic infant onesies, hats, and bibs.

Choice Produce sits on the corner of Post Alley and Pike Place, a family owned business providing our city with a splash of color and an affordable alternative to the large impersonal super markets.

El Mercado Latino is a family-owned and operated Latin grocery located in Post Alley to the left of Choice Produce. Every time you walk into this shop, you'll discover something new, from their wall of hot sauce to unique spices from South America.

Made in Washington is a crucial destination for gifts which celebrate the best of Washington State: our food, our art, our lifestyle.

Martin Family Orchards is a family run business with all three of Rick and Terri Martin's sons (Ricky Jr., Jamie and Jonny) involved in the day to day operations.

Cinnamon Works has been serving vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, and good tasting classic treats since 1983.

It began in 1983, when Le Panier opened its bakery doors onto Pike Place to bring a taste of France to Seattle for all to share.

A casual restaurant in the Pike Place Market, specializing in oysters and many fresh seafoods.

The Soap Box has been offering quality personal body care for over 32 years. They sell the finest in private label and European soaps, bubble baths, and lotions. Also find humorous soap bars and other body care products for all ages.  

Owners Michelle and Jeremy Kyncl of Hierophant Meadery are on a mission to make you love mead aka the nectar of the gods.

Kate Endle of Kate Endle Illustration & Fine Art uses a truly original style of multi-medium art to create collaged canvases, prints, home décor, paper products, and children's books. (She is the illustrator for the Caspar Babypants album covers.)

LeonArdo and Cat Jamison are a mother-daughter duo who create eccentric paintings that they sell under the name, LeoneArdo and Cat Jaimison.

Lionheart Bookstore is a venerable indie bookseller showcasing an eclectic selection of new & used titles in a quaint space. Lionheart Bookstore is beloved by locals and visitors alike.

Resembling an entrance to a circus sideshow, the Giant Shoe Museum is a flamboyant presence at Pike Place Market. While it is essentially a single exhibit wall, it occupies a sizable chunk outside Old Seattle Paperworks.

Old Seattle Paperworks specializes in unique, vintage posters and advertising art and is located next to the world-famous Giant Shoe Museum.

Gradient Art Gallery is a group of artists and friends who have opened the gallery to share their work with the world.

Cobb’s Pike Place Popcorn is THE Gourmet Popcorn Shop in Seattle.

See Lee Garden is family-owned and family-operated flower farm located in Fall City and sold at Pike Place Market.

Family Day

With all the sights & smells, Pike Place Market is perfect for families looking for a day out and about. This list includes the best family-friendly restaurants and shops in Pike Place Market.

Reminder: Our parking garage connects directly to the Market. Learn more!

Native Italians Luca Guerrieri, Antonella Ragazzi and David Arato opened the doors to Bottega Italiana in the summer of 2003. Their goal was simple: to make the highest quality small-batch gelato.

Crepe de France has been operating within Pike Place Market since 1991 as Seattle’s favorite restaurant creperié.

Daily Dozen Doughnut Company's famous mini-donuts have been crowd pleasers for years. You know they’re fresh when you can watch them come off the machine.

Rachel the Piggy Bank is the mascot of Pike Place Market and one of our best public fundraisers. She has been “bringing home the bacon” for The Market Foundation since 1986, raising more than $200,000 and counting. Legend has it that if you rub Rachel’s snout and make a donation, you’ll have good luck!

"We're the guys that throw the fish!" Located in Seattle’s Pike Place Market since 1930, Pike Place Fish Market has endured as the local favorite for fresh, wild, premium Pacific seafood.

Three Girls Bakery was the first business licensed to women in the city of Seattle! Founded in 1912, this bakery is one of the oldest businesses in Pike Place Market.

Since 1901, the Athenian Seafood Restaurant and Bar has served delicious food and beverages in one of Seattle's most iconic restaurant settings.

Sosio’s Fruit and Produce is the exclusive home of "Oh My God" Fruit. Peaches, pears, and melons that are oh so big and juicy get this exclusive label. You'll know it when you have tried a sample of these elite fruits.

One-of-a-kind, three-dimensional wooden puzzles for all ages!

Seattle Hats was established in Seattle in 1998 by local artist Jo Kaseter, whose line of hand-crocheted hats is perfect for newborns to adults. 

Lionheart Bookstore is a venerable indie bookseller showcasing an eclectic selection of new & used titles in a quaint space. Lionheart Bookstore is beloved by locals and visitors alike.

Sweetie's Candy may be tiny but carries over 200 different products, including gums, liquid candy, gummy candy, hard candy, mints, PEZ, chocolate, nostalgic candies, and, of course, gifts for all your sweeties!

Located in Pike Place Market, the Market Magic Shop, run by its owners Sheila Lyon and Darryl Beckmann since 1973, is the longest running magic shop in the Pacific Northwest.

For over 50 years, this unique little shop has offered rare coins, political and sports memorabilia, plus a wide variety of reproduction posters at the famous Pike Place Market.

MarninSaylor is Thomas Marnin and Skye Saylor, two country kids in the big city hand-making Donut Cats, Pastry Pets, and other toys.

Golden Age Collectibles might just be the oldest comic shop in the world! Founded in 1961 by Rod Dyke, we sell new and vintage comics, manga, collectibles, figurines, Funkos, board games, movie scripts, posters and so much more.

Gem Heaven offers a vast collection of high-quality minerals, crystals, fossils, and jewelry fit for any treasure hunter with an eye for sparkle and a curiosity to discover pieces forged thousands, or even millions of years ago.

Resembling an entrance to a circus sideshow, the Giant Shoe Museum is a flamboyant presence at Pike Place Market. While it is essentially a single exhibit wall, it occupies a sizable chunk outside Old Seattle Paperworks.

Metal diecast Cars, Airplanes, Models And Toys.

Sound View Café is a family eatery whose goal is to provide locally inspired dishes with fair prices coupled with a fantastic view of Puget Sound.

Pike Place Bar & Grill is a great place to have some sea food and wine, try crab cake and enjoy a wonderful view of the market.

Cobb’s Pike Place Popcorn is THE Gourmet Popcorn Shop in Seattle.

Deneen Shank of No Boundaries Books makes sustainable handmade leather journals fastened with elegant gemstones, clasps, snaps, or leather ties. These journals are ideal for writing, drawing, photography, scrapbooking and more!

Dan Gregory of It's Just Art has been honing in his funky and animated illustrations since he began drawing at the age of 5.

Cascadia Printworks has been making hand-dyed and screen-printed clothing and accessories at Pike Place Market since 2004.

Kelice Penney of Careful It Bites is know for the wild, mystical, adorable and bizarre! Whether you need a mini yeti in specific colors, a one-of-a-kind toy for your nephew, or a full-size plush costume.

Kate Endle of Kate Endle Illustration & Fine Art uses a truly original style of multi-medium art to create collaged canvases, prints, home décor, paper products, and children's books. (She is the illustrator for the Caspar Babypants album covers.)

Ramona Golinveaux creates beautiful art and magnets using rolled-up recycled paper on canvas. She also pasts inspiring words on top.

indi chocolate sources cacao beans directly from farmers and cooperatives to make small-batch, single-origin, dark chocolate. They make a wide range of cacao-based products including teas, spice rubs, mixology kits and body care products made from cocoa butter.

Honest Biscuits was started by Art Stone, who learned biscuit making from his grandmother in rural North Carolina. Head to the Pike Place MarketFront off Western Avenue and grab one of their fried chicken Butterhole Biscuit Sandwiches.

Rachel's Ginger Beer is made in Seattle using fresh lemons, strong roots, organic cane sugar, and top-quality water.

In the heart of historic Pike Place Market, Shug’s Soda Fountain & Ice Cream takes a classic idea and brings it to Seattle with a modern flair.

Robot vs Sloth is a small shop dedicated to bringing Seattle the very best animal art and curated handmade animal-themed gifts for all ages. The shop offers a curated selection of textile works and collectibles featuring art by shop owner La Ru (Lauren Rudeck) and talented artists both local and beyond.

Ugly Baby follows a mantra, "Unapologetic art for immature adults". 

Cinnamon Works has been serving vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free, and good tasting classic treats since 1983.

Blending traditional recipes with PNW flavor, Piroshky Piroshky makes 32 different piroshkies daily, both savory and sweet.

The story of Starbucks begins in 1971 along the cobblestone streets of Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market.

Chocolate & Ice Cream delight offers a medley of sweet small bite treats ranging from truffles to scoops and blended drinks. Stop in to try one or more of over a dozen rotating flavors they keep in-house, or pick from their selection of specialty chocolates!

Find unique figurines for all your animal lovers

If you are looking for heartfelt wall art and small-batch felt goods, stop by Catshy Craft’s booth in Pike Place Market. Find cute dumpling hairclips, taco headbands, avocado badge reels and joyful felt flower bouquets that inspire warm and fuzzy feelings with every stitch.

Tisbury Pringle-Ennis of Tisbury Art Glass is a flame work glass artist that creates sculpture, jewelry, and enchanting ornaments that explore her life-long fascination with the underwater world.

Stephanie Shull of Pike Place Pigs has been perfecting her adored ceramic piggy banks since 1998. That's when Stephanie made her first piggy bank for her 8-year-old daughter.

Chue Neng Cha and Yia Yang arrived in the US as refugees from Laos with just enough resources to rent a small farm near Carnation, named Chue Neng Cha's Garden.

Since 1981, Claudia Kelly has been selling handmade scarves and accessories, as well as, Stuffed Shirt Tie Co. Bow Ties at Pike Place Market. You can find Claudia in the North Arcade.

F & J Great Western Trading Co. sells some unique, one-of-a-kind gifts from all over the world. You can get stuff for your desk, plaques for the wall, cups for your coffee, steins for your beer, or framed insects for... well, why not?

Maika's Garden has become famous at Pike Place Market for their beautiful bouquets.

Isis Ray sells her vividly intricate handmade glass beads and jewelry under her name, Isis Ray. Isis has been melting glass to create flame-worked beads since 1992.

Lyall Farms is a 5th generation family farm that’s had plenty of experience growing fruit over the past 50+ years.

My name is Linda Boitano, owner of Market Lavender, and I have been farming and selling lavender at the Pike Place Market for nearly 30 years.

Down an unassuming alleyway in Pike Place Market is a hidden work of art dubbed The Gum Wall. This unexpected and colorful display is an intriguing representation of Seattle’s unique charm and character.

Day Date

It’s Saturday, and the sun is shining. Grab your special honey and head to Pike Place Market for a day of delicious food and memories! For this Market Day, come hungry. First stop, lunch – progressive lunch!

Rachel the Piggy Bank is the mascot of Pike Place Market and one of our best public fundraisers. She has been “bringing home the bacon” for The Market Foundation since 1986, raising more than $200,000 and counting. Legend has it that if you rub Rachel’s snout and make a donation, you’ll have good luck!

Pasta Casalinga serves up authentically artisanal pasta dishes in the heart of Pike Place Market.

Pike's Pit Bar-B-Que traces its roots to 1980 when Ron and Debra Wise opened a Pecos Pit Bar-B-Que in 1st Avenue South.

Owner Jack Mathers' 40 years in the fish business has given him plenty of experience on what makes pristine seafood, which you'll be sure to get at Jack's Fish and Chips.

Owner, Larry Mellum, has only one mission: prepare and serve great chowders with the sparkling taste and aroma of premium seafood, farm vegetables, fresh milk and cream, and perfectly balanced seasonings.

Blending traditional recipes with PNW flavor, Piroshky Piroshky makes 32 different piroshkies daily, both savory and sweet.

Rachel's Ginger Beer is made in Seattle using fresh lemons, strong roots, organic cane sugar, and top-quality water.

Hip outpost for used & vintage vinyl, CDs & DVDs offered in a loft-like industrial setting.

BLMF Literary Saloon is proof that there are endless treasures to be found in the lower levels of Pike Place Market. What this little shop lacks in square footage, it gains back in an eclectic selection and friendly personal attention from a knowledgeable staff. Restock your to-read pile here without emptying your wallet.

Osara Commissary features original artwork by Mikako Hamaguchi and offers a variety of cute and unique items from Japan.

Orange Dracula is a recreation of owner Chad Smith's favorite teenage shops. Imagine a Woolworth’s or an old Five and Dime, now imagine it run by the ADDAMS family. That’s the Orange Dracula!

MarninSaylor is Thomas Marnin and Skye Saylor, two country kids in the big city hand-making Donut Cats, Pastry Pets, and other toys.

Gem Heaven offers a vast collection of high-quality minerals, crystals, fossils, and jewelry fit for any treasure hunter with an eye for sparkle and a curiosity to discover pieces forged thousands, or even millions of years ago.

Golden Age Collectibles might just be the oldest comic shop in the world! Founded in 1961 by Rod Dyke, we sell new and vintage comics, manga, collectibles, figurines, Funkos, board games, movie scripts, posters and so much more.

Northwest Tastings is an artisanal food bar and tasting room located in Pike Place Market's DownUnder.

Founded in 1978 in Seattle’s famed Pike Place Market, Glass Eye Studio is one of the oldest and largest privately-owned hot shops in the country and served as a training ground for some of the most famed glass artists of the Pacific Northwest.

Down an unassuming alleyway in Pike Place Market is a hidden work of art dubbed The Gum Wall. This unexpected and colorful display is an intriguing representation of Seattle’s unique charm and character.

Leonardo Lanzolla of Leonarte is a self-taught contemporary artist from Torino, Italy. His paintings and prints are spontaneous, jovial, and intriguing reflecting the nature of mankind, modern life, and his senses.

Knuckle Kiss Jewelry features sculptural, and geometric-inspired pieces pared down to essential lines and shapes. The collection is handcrafted by designer and maker Angela Delarmente in her Seattle home studio.

Twyla Dill’s ability to blend lace, wood, and metal into one compatible form is what has made the jewelry of Twyla Dill’s Design a fan-favorite of Seattleites and visitors. Twyla discovered crocheting while living in Istanbul where she started by making lace on the edge of an old t-shirt.

Particle Goods creates candles and fragrances made from pure renewable soy wax and a mix of essential oils and perfume oils.

KOBO Art Garden is a fine handmade glass art small business created by couple Joshua Swanson and Motoko Hayashi. They create one-of-a-kind pieces that are perfect for your home and garden.

Husband-and-wife team Eric and Clarita Santos, of Santos Farm, have sold produce and flowers in Pike Place Market for more than 30 years.

Sua Yang, owner of Yang Farm, came to America in 1980 as a refugee from Laos. Her love of farming led her to start growing vegetables for the market in 1987. During the 1990s she transitioned to growing flowers.

The Pike Place Secret Garden is a thriving community-led garden and a quiet place to relax, rejuvenate and learn! The garden is run by Market residents and staff from The Market Commons. All produce grown is donated to the Pike Market Food Bank. Nearly 500 fresh herbs and vegetables are donated each year!

Brooke Westlund, a native Seattleite, has always loved art. She studied Photography, Art History, and Business at Western Washington University.

In the heart of historic Pike Place Market, Shug’s Soda Fountain & Ice Cream takes a classic idea and brings it to Seattle with a modern flair.

Located at the gateway to the world-famous Pike Place Market, Pike Place Flowers is a full-service florist located on the corner of First Avenue and Pike Street.

At Silver + Salt, you’ll find handmade, environmentally-conscious jewelry that reflects your own unique style.

Cheesecake lovers welcome to heaven; The Confectional makes over 10 flavors of individual serving cheesecakes.

Date Night

There’s still plenty to do at Pike Place Market in the evening. After work, grab your date and enjoy the savory side of Pike Place Market.

Reminder: We have an evening parking rate in our garage. Enter after 5 p.m. and exit by 2 a.m. for a flat rate of $5. Learn more!

Rachel the Piggy Bank is the mascot of Pike Place Market and one of our best public fundraisers. She has been “bringing home the bacon” for The Market Foundation since 1986, raising more than $200,000 and counting. Legend has it that if you rub Rachel’s snout and make a donation, you’ll have good luck!

Xai and Kher Cha started Xai Cha’s Farm in 1995 on a 2-acre piece of land in Kent, Washington.

Located at the gateway to the world-famous Pike Place Market, Pike Place Flowers is a full-service florist located on the corner of First Avenue and Pike Street.

Cheesecake lovers welcome to heaven; The Confectional makes over 10 flavors of individual serving cheesecakes.

The vision for Old Stove Brewing Co. has always been to carry on the Market’s “Meet the Producer” tradition by producing amazing beer onsite to be enjoyed in a comfortable and enticing taproom.

The story of Starbucks begins in 1971 along the cobblestone streets of Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market.

Voted one of the best new bars by Seattle Magazine in 2013, Radiator Whiskey opened as an instant classic.

The Pink Door is a restaurant-cabaret where fun and delicious Italian food makes for a memorable experience.

Located in Seattle’s Historic Pike Place Market, the Virginia Inn has been here serving Seattle fine food and drink since 1903. 

Down an unassuming alleyway in Pike Place Market is a hidden work of art dubbed The Gum Wall. This unexpected and colorful display is an intriguing representation of Seattle’s unique charm and character.

The Alibi Room across from the world-famous Gum Wall in Post Alley is a cozy speakeasy-style restaurant serving up brick-oven pizza, salads and cocktails. It has long been a favorite bar for Northwest authors, writers, and artists alike.

Unexpected Productions is Seattle’s oldest, and most successful improvisational theater company. The troupe has called Pike Place Market home since 1991. Their shows are improvised, based on audience suggestions. Late-night comedy fun for all ages!

For nearly forty years, IL Bistro has offered Seattle regional Italian cuisine in an intimate fine-dining setting. The romantic and warm atmosphere that started back in 1975 still resonates within its walls. People flock here for their sophisticated sense of romance, consistently naming the dining room the “Most Romantic” in Seattle.

JarrBar is an intimate tapas restaurant serving traditional Spanish cuisine and cocktails created by Bryan Jarr. 

Over 21

Indulge in all the delicious foods, cocktails, and microbrewed beers made right here in Pike Place Market. This list includes the best entertainment, restaurants, and bars in Pike Place Market. Come gather your crew for a special night out! We have an evening parking rate in our garage. Enter after 5 p.m. and exit by 2 a.m. for a flat rate of $5.

The Can Can Culinary Cabaret is an intimate 120 seat dinner theatre and production house. The venue's entertainment, food, and drink experience are unlike any other in the world. Featuring a menu of French-inspired Pacific Northwest fare sourced from the freshest ingredients from neighboring Market farmers, butchers, and seafood businesses.

For nearly forty years, IL Bistro has offered Seattle regional Italian cuisine in an intimate fine-dining setting. The romantic and warm atmosphere that started back in 1975 still resonates within its walls. People flock here for their sophisticated sense of romance, consistently naming the dining room the “Most Romantic” in Seattle.

The Alibi Room across from the world-famous Gum Wall in Post Alley is a cozy speakeasy-style restaurant serving up brick-oven pizza, salads and cocktails. It has long been a favorite bar for Northwest authors, writers, and artists alike.

The Pink Door is a restaurant-cabaret where fun and delicious Italian food makes for a memorable experience.

Unexpected Productions is Seattle’s oldest, and most successful improvisational theater company. The troupe has called Pike Place Market home since 1991. Their shows are improvised, based on audience suggestions. Late-night comedy fun for all ages!

Place Pigalle is a historic restaurant that pairs locally sourced French fare & Puget Sound views.

JarrBar is an intimate tapas restaurant serving traditional Spanish cuisine and cocktails created by Bryan Jarr. 

The vision for Old Stove Brewing Co. has always been to carry on the Market’s “Meet the Producer” tradition by producing amazing beer onsite to be enjoyed in a comfortable and enticing taproom.

Pike Place Bar & Grill is a great place to have some sea food and wine, try crab cake and enjoy a wonderful view of the market.

Voted one of the best new bars by Seattle Magazine in 2013, Radiator Whiskey opened as an instant classic.

El Borracho is one of the best places in Seattle to get your Mexican food fix and they're now serving 100% plant-based Mexican food. Try their massive tacos, burritos, and burrito bowls, browse their small bites menu, and don't forget about the drinks!

Le Pichet owners Jim Drohman and Joanne Herron opened Le Pichet in 2000 with the hope of recreating the personal, neighborhood-style restaurants they had come to love in France.

Located in Seattle’s Historic Pike Place Market, the Virginia Inn has been here serving Seattle fine food and drink since 1903. 

Northwest Tastings is an artisanal food bar and tasting room located in Pike Place Market's DownUnder.

Kiddos and Teens

From tiny fairy houses to funky plant holders, leather journals to art perfect for any bedroom! We’ve gathered a list of superb gifts that even the pickiest tween will love.

Deneen Shank of No Boundaries Books makes sustainable handmade leather journals fastened with elegant gemstones, clasps, snaps, or leather ties. These journals are ideal for writing, drawing, photography, scrapbooking and more!

At Metsker Maps, we are proud to have map enthusiasts, explorers, and little ones call us their favorite shop! Metsker Maps offers a wide variety of maps from travel & recreational guide books to globes, art, and even magnets.

Orange Dracula is a recreation of owner Chad Smith's favorite teenage shops. Imagine a Woolworth’s or an old Five and Dime, now imagine it run by the ADDAMS family. That’s the Orange Dracula!

Kelice Penney of Careful It Bites is know for the wild, mystical, adorable and bizarre! Whether you need a mini yeti in specific colors, a one-of-a-kind toy for your nephew, or a full-size plush costume.

Golden Age Collectibles might just be the oldest comic shop in the world! Founded in 1961 by Rod Dyke, we sell new and vintage comics, manga, collectibles, figurines, Funkos, board games, movie scripts, posters and so much more.

Ugly Baby follows a mantra, "Unapologetic art for immature adults". 

If you are looking for heartfelt wall art and small-batch felt goods, stop by Catshy Craft’s booth in Pike Place Market. Find cute dumpling hairclips, taco headbands, avocado badge reels and joyful felt flower bouquets that inspire warm and fuzzy feelings with every stitch.

Kate Endle of Kate Endle Illustration & Fine Art uses a truly original style of multi-medium art to create collaged canvases, prints, home décor, paper products, and children's books. (She is the illustrator for the Caspar Babypants album covers.)

Stephanie Shull of Pike Place Pigs has been perfecting her adored ceramic piggy banks since 1998. That's when Stephanie made her first piggy bank for her 8-year-old daughter.

Mutsuko Mitsui of Flyingcat Creations creates delightful and whimsical ceramic cups, mugs, earrings, necklaces, and cartoon-style drawings.

Fashionista

We’ve rounded up a list of gift ideas for the fashionista in your life. Whether you want to take a risk with an unexpected piece or stick to the basics that work with everyday life, you’ll be sure to find something worthy of your trendiest friend.

WithTheRain is an Indigenous-owned business that creates SLUGS fleece rain boot liners and Two Summer Tunic Dresses. Owner Rayana White is Tsimshian & Haida. She started making SLUGS fleece rain boot liners about 12 years ago in her hometown of Ketchikan, Alaska. 

Seattle Raindrop Jewelry is hand-crafted by Silversmith Rachel Strodtbeck. Rachel creates unique modern silver and gold jewelry pieces that are made to fit comfortably and stand the test of time.

MountainFoxGoods creates a line of functional leather goods to support the modern creative and explorer in all of us. By recognizing essential functionality and using traditional techniques, they naturally build longevity into every product.

Möbii’s multifunctional design lets wearers style their hat as a bandana, face mask, headband, slouchy beanie, or infinity scarf! All options are easily convertible with a single motion.

Twyla Dill’s ability to blend lace, wood, and metal into one compatible form is what has made the jewelry of Twyla Dill’s Design a fan-favorite of Seattleites and visitors. Twyla discovered crocheting while living in Istanbul where she started by making lace on the edge of an old t-shirt.

Katy Racines of Galaxy Wear makes hand-painted hats, tees, hoodies, and totes inspired by scenes from the cosmos. The results are something vivid that cannot be replicated and style that will not be ignored.

At Marakesh Leather we specialize in handmade leather belts and unique accessories for style and quality conscious men and women.

Fusion in Glass offers incredibly gorgeous, beautiful, and original fused dichroic and enameled glass pieces by Seattle glass artist Kyle Kinsey. His product line includes pendants, necklaces, rings, and earrings in all shapes, sizes, and colors.

Decorate for the Holidays

Is your home ready for the holidays? We’ve curated a list of Pike Place Market shops, craft vendors, and farmers who specialize in making your home warm and bright! From dried flower wreaths to leaf-imprinted spoon rests to Market themed posters and more!

Osara Commissary features original artwork by Mikako Hamaguchi and offers a variety of cute and unique items from Japan.

Founded in 1978 in Seattle’s famed Pike Place Market, Glass Eye Studio is one of the oldest and largest privately-owned hot shops in the country and served as a training ground for some of the most famed glass artists of the Pacific Northwest.

Hands of the World has an impressive 35-year history in Pike Place Market, matched only by the countries represented in the store—Nepal, Pakistan, Indonesia, Mali, Kenya, Thailand, India—to name a few.

For 30 years, Michael and Sarah Yaeger have been producing "Watercolors Fresh Daily" at Studio Solstone.

Sua Yang, owner of Yang Farm, came to America in 1980 as a refugee from Laos. Her love of farming led her to start growing vegetables for the market in 1987. During the 1990s she transitioned to growing flowers.

Orna Eliyahu-Oron of Orna’s Pottery has been selling handmade pottery at Pike Place Market since 2005. Orna’s work is inspired by the rich natural environment of the Pacific Northwest and by indigenous pottery-making traditions from around the world.

Andrea St. John with Catching Light Studios creates a variety of unique stained glass art from Light Catcher's, ornaments, candle holders, wind chimes, mosaics, and much more.

PATTERN & Posy is a brand of handmade, block-printed home and infant products by surface pattern designer and printmaker Carrie Narducci. Carrie’s product line includes tea towels, napkin sets, cork coasters, and organic infant onesies, hats, and bibs.

From The Heart Pottery features handbuilt one-of-a-kind ceramic art, which is kitchen safe and unique! All the pieces are made by hand by artist Shari Druckman-Roberts using local materials and clay.

Holiday Food Tour

Whether you’re looking for the best quick stops to hit while knocking out your holiday shopping, seeking a memorable sit-down experience with a great ambiance, or satisfying your sweet tooth, Pike Place Market has you covered!

Three Girls Bakery was the first business licensed to women in the city of Seattle! Founded in 1912, this bakery is one of the oldest businesses in Pike Place Market.

The Three Girls Bakery Lunch Counter serves a wide variety of soups and sandwiches made to order. Don't forget to try their Famous Meatloaf sandwich. They've been making Zelda's meatloaf recipe for over 30 years and it's a fan favorite. 

Honest Biscuits was started by Art Stone, who learned biscuit making from his grandmother in rural North Carolina. Head to the Pike Place MarketFront off Western Avenue and grab one of their fried chicken Butterhole Biscuit Sandwiches.

Mee Sum Pastry has been feeding passerby the best of Chinese dim sum since the 1980s.

Bagelbop serves Seattle's best breakfast sandwiches starting with kettle-boiled bagels from Seattle Bagel Bakery. Try a breakfast bagel sandwich with ham, sausage, bacon, smoked salmon lox, crab melts, Korean beef bulgogi or spicy pork bulgogi.

Blending traditional recipes with PNW flavor, Piroshky Piroshky makes 32 different piroshkies daily, both savory and sweet.

Place Pigalle is a historic restaurant that pairs locally sourced French fare & Puget Sound views.

Every day, Executive Chef Shane Ryan creates a menu based on the best ingredients the Market currently has to offer, selectively augmented by the choicest fare from around the Pacific Northwest and the world, with unswerving dedication to deliver unforgettable culinary pleasures every time.

Owner operated since 1997, Maximilien has all the old-world charm of any romantic hideaway in Paris.

The Pink Door is a restaurant-cabaret where fun and delicious Italian food makes for a memorable experience.

A casual restaurant in the Pike Place Market, specializing in oysters and many fresh seafoods.

In the heart of historic Pike Place Market, Shug’s Soda Fountain & Ice Cream takes a classic idea and brings it to Seattle with a modern flair.

For 26 years, Chukar Cherries has been a "must stop" in Pike Place Market's main arcade.

indi chocolate sources cacao beans directly from farmers and cooperatives to make small-batch, single-origin, dark chocolate. They make a wide range of cacao-based products including teas, spice rubs, mixology kits and body care products made from cocoa butter.

Cheesecake lovers welcome to heaven; The Confectional makes over 10 flavors of individual serving cheesecakes.

It began in 1983, when Le Panier opened its bakery doors onto Pike Place to bring a taste of France to Seattle for all to share.

Whether you’re a Seattle visitor or a local, Truffle Queen is a must visit destination for wine lovers and foodies. They provide unique and delicious specialty foods and wines to customers online and in-store in Pike Place Market.

Since 1946, DeLaurenti Food & Wine has been Seattle’s most complete source of hard to find ingredients from around the world.

Chocolate & Ice Cream delight offers a medley of sweet small bite treats ranging from truffles to scoops and blended drinks. Stop in to try one or more of over a dozen rotating flavors they keep in-house, or pick from their selection of specialty chocolates!

The story of Simply The Best began more than 30 years ago when Paul Sweat designed and built an alternative wood fueled dehydrator at his Omak orchard.

Entertainer

This holiday season, delight your host with these unique, thoughtful, and one-of-a-kind gifts from Pike Place Market. We’ve gathered up some of our favorite hostess gifts that we bet you’ll want to keep for yourself from organic tea, wine & chocolate gift sets, and handmade cards!

indi chocolate sources cacao beans directly from farmers and cooperatives to make small-batch, single-origin, dark chocolate. They make a wide range of cacao-based products including teas, spice rubs, mixology kits and body care products made from cocoa butter.

DrinkingStraws.Glass is a husband and wife team that specializes in reusable glass drinking straws and carrying cases. Jeremy is the man behind the torch and Kattie is the woman behind the serger.

The history of MarketSpice can be traced back to a small tea and spice shop established in Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market in 1911.

The Paper Feather is a small boutique & design studio in Pike Place Market specializing in cards, stationery, custom invitations, calligraphy, home goods, fun paper pretties, and more! 

For 26 years, Chukar Cherries has been a "must stop" in Pike Place Market's main arcade.

Don & Joe’s Meats began in 1969 with a commitment to offer the finest quality meats to their customers in a friendly and personalized manner.

Cheesecake lovers welcome to heaven; The Confectional makes over 10 flavors of individual serving cheesecakes.

Whether you’re a Seattle visitor or a local, Truffle Queen is a must visit destination for wine lovers and foodies. They provide unique and delicious specialty foods and wines to customers online and in-store in Pike Place Market.

Brooke Westlund, a native Seattleite, has always loved art. She studied Photography, Art History, and Business at Western Washington University.

Owners Michelle and Jeremy Kyncl of Hierophant Meadery are on a mission to make you love mead aka the nectar of the gods.

Cyrus Saffron is the dream born from German-Iranian couple Darush Amiri and Nicole Beretha to have their own saffron ranch.

Body Care Lover

We’ve pulled together the best handmade stress relief gift ideas aimed at self-soothing and chilling out. Find everything listed below at Pike Place Market – from all-natural soaps and scrubs to scented candles for any mood!

Grey Day Candles is a family business owned by Shane Gregory. Their signature candles are multi-layered with alternating scents on each layer, so your senses stay tantalized.

Moon Valley Organics is a sustainable skincare company created by Kim and Aaron Otto. Their product line started with just 4 bar soaps, a Rejuvenating Rub, Lip Balm, and of course the ever popular Lotion Bar. In 2005, Moon Valley introduced a line of medicinal salves with the help and guidance of Dr. Daniel Newman.   

Seattle Candle Company's products are hand-poured in small batches in their local Seattle studio. To create high-quality candles, they use 100% soy wax, coconut oil, cotton and paper wicks, skipping the dyes, parabens and phthalates.

Bryan Roberts of Buddha Bath followed the motto of "return to basics" when developing his superior handcrafted bath and body care products.