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Pike Place Market

Farmers Market, Fish Market, and Flea Market · Pike Place
85 Pike St (at Pine St), Seattle, WA 98101, United States
Closed until 6:00 AM (Show more)
  • Mon–Sun
    • 6:00 AM–1:30 AM
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Established in 1907 to connect citizens and farmers, the Market continues its “Meet the Producer” tradition with a year-round farmers market, crafts, owner-operated bakeries, fish markets, butcher shops, produce stands and specialty food stores.


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    Nichole B.
    "Don't miss the original Starbucks, but be prepared for a long wait."(20 Tips)
    Justin V.
    "check out the everchanging graffiti @ the gum wall ^_^"(15 Tips)
    Peter d.
    "Go early and enjoy the fish throwing & enjoy some fresh food."(10 Tips)
    A.G. A.
    "first Starbucks shop built in Pike Place"(10 Tips)
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  • flowers
  • gum wall
  • fish
  • original starbucks
  • fish throwing
  • chowder
  • donuts
  • scenic views
  • coffee
  • crab
  • tours
  • bouquets
  • organic food
  • bakeries
  • breakfast food
  • tourism
  • oysters
  • people watching
  • wine
  • sandwiches
  • Brian F.

    Go early to beat the crowds of tourists. It's truly a great place to find produce and fish. Get some fresh cracked crab for dinner! Just ask th email fishmonger to crack and clean 'em!

    Brian Flock · 1 day ago
  • Ashley M.

    Dried fruit stand - get the apples!

    Ashley Mead · 4 days ago
  • Robin T.

    I always love visiting Pikes Market. I have been many times and this time I found more stores. There is always something new.

    Robin Thurman · 1 week ago
  • Greg W.

    Really cool that the city has still kept this mostly small local vendors. Definitely worth a visit, I still visit as a local!

    Greg Wilcox · 1 week ago
  • Tana B.

    Come early to avoid crowds and down forget to check out the lower levels!

    Tana Babcock · 2 weeks ago
  • Neha P.

    Fresh fish and vegetables and fruits. Flowers. Honey and wax products.

    Neha Patwari · 3 weeks ago
  • Alex L.

    Check out the underground levels for cheaper prices!

    Alex Lee · 3 weeks ago
  • Jan O.

    The place to visit when in Seattle. My favorite.

    Jan OR · 3 weeks ago
  • Amy R.

    Go before 8am for some fresh fruit for breakfast

    Amy Robertson · October 29
  • Todd A.

    It's touristy but if you haven't been you got to go

    Todd Alexander · October 28
  • Simmi H.

    Beautifuuuuuullll flowers

  • Paul N.

    There is a big bronze pig here that is great for photo ops.

    Paul Novarese · October 19
  • Anna R.

    Great place to stroll around. Must see

    Anna R · October 13
  • Sean R.

    Always a stop when we come into Seattle. Fresh food everywhere.

    Sean Reed · September 28
  • E B.

    So fun! A great mix of food and art!

    E Birdshaw · September 22
  • Natasha K.

    Gum Wall, Flying Fish, Persoki, first starbucks, eat till you drop

    Natasha Koley · September 17
  • Ryan C.

    It's a Fun a lively place. Lots to do and see. It just goes on and on.

    Ryan Catron · September 13
  • Chris C.

    Braving the crowds is worth it. This market is full of energy on the weekends.

    Chris Camargo · September 9
  • Chris M.

    So cool and fun

    Chris Marshall · September 2
  • Bill P.

    My home away from home, and just down Post Alley from the Pink Door. The Market is a must see/experience for everyone!

    Bill Pritchard · August 31
  • Vallyri

    So much to see and taste! The fruit is fresh, the flowers are abundant, and there is no shortage of people to watch

    Vallyri · August 30
  • Skye H.

    Everything is good here but sure to bring lots of money and your spare change. Everything is local and state.

    Skye Henderson · August 24
  • Connor G.

    This place is kinda tourist trap-y but it's still super neat to visit at least once. Ignore the shops on the lower levels.

    Connor Garrett · August 22
  • Doug V.

    Avoid on weekends.

    Doug Valente · August 21
  • Mike G.

    Go early before the crowds....and buy something local.

    Mike Garrett · August 17
  • Gabriela R.

    The jellys. The fish

    Gabriela Rodriguez · August 5
  • Nina K.

    Not all that r was really cracked up to be. Typical tourist stop.

    Nina K · July 31
  • Alex R.

    This is a market, no idea what the fuss was about.

    Alex Richards · July 30
  • Erin C.

    Really liked it here, tourist trap stores but such fresh fish

    Erin Carrigan · July 30
  • Mallorie S.

    Woodrings northwest jelly and preserves are the best! I am obsessed with the lavender jelly. My friends from Detroit have me send them jars ever since their last visit.

  • Rachel Dawn K.

    "Ma'am, no photos allowed."quickly became a response when I tried to take photos - not cool 👎🏻

    Rachel Dawn Kane · July 29
  • Jacquie R.

    Ellenos Greek Yogurt, Le Panier macarons, and cocktails at Rachel's Ginger Beer aren't to be missed!

    Jacquie Rooney · July 28
  • Amy B.

    Come during the week, middle of the day to avoid crowds.

    Amy B · July 26
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    Ryan · July 25
  • Philip G.

    Less crowded before noon

    Philip Garcia · July 25
  • Nicole C.

    Absolutely disappointed. Dirty, overpriced and overrated. Guess I can say I was there.

  • Katie Y.

    The most fresh, cheapest flowers you'll ever find. Such a fun place to walk through even if you don't buy anything, a classic Seattle must-see

    Katie Yamada · July 23
  • Karsten M.

    Crowded, hot, and full of delicious fresh goodies

    Karsten McVay · July 22
  • Christopher B.

    Impressed with the selection of fresh meats and produce at great prices. The flower bouquets are surprisingly inexpensive. I recommend having Hungarian sausage and draft beer at Uli's Famous Sausage.

    Christopher Best · July 21
  • Bill C.

    Vendors in market

    Bill Caples · July 18
  • Bill C.

    Cruise ship pier

    Bill Caples · July 18
  • Bill C.

    Seattle wheel

    Bill Caples · July 18
  • Mauricio A.

    A must visit while in Seattle

    Mauricio Alayola · July 17
  • Erin C.

    Fish, spices and food. The clothes and souvenirs are a bit cheap

    Erin Carrigan · July 16
  • Lhot S.

    Love Pike Place Market. I can come here everyday and still enjoy it. Make sure to try the greek yoghurt, piroshky, original starbucks and a lot more!

    Lhot Sarno · July 15
  • Scott F.

    Very cool place. You could spend all day down here. If you don't like crowds...stay away.

    Scott Fornwall · July 6
  • John S.

    There's sometimes a waiting line outside but late evening it's not bad. Cool place.

    John Smith · July 6
  • Ricardo R.

    Food shooping. Tourist shopping.

  • Caroline D.

    So many things to do and see! Flower bouquets for $5, $10, and $15! The Gum Wall is nearby, and so is the original Starbucks! It does get very crowded.

    Caroline Deng · July 2
  • Hollie S.

    When visiting Seattle you have to go here.

    Hollie Sick · July 2

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