Pure Food Fish is a multi-generational fish market selling local fish and shellfish in Pike Place Market for more than 100 years.
In 1911, owner Jack Amon immigrated to Seattle from Turkey and immediately began selling seafood from a stall in Pike Place Market. In the 1950s, Jack’s son Sol took the reigns and worked at the fish market for over 60 years. Now Jack’s great-great-granddaughter Carlee Hollenbeck is at the helm, and their reputation of providing Seattle and its visitors with the very best seafood remains.
Today, Pure Food Fish is still a single long counter located in the center of Pike Place Market’s main arcade. Stop by and pick up or ship fresh seafood anywhere in the United States.