Experience the shopping soul of Seattle. Located on the Seattle Waterfront, the Pike Place Market is a lively Seattle marketplace and a unique historic district that awakens your spirit with sights, sounds, and smells of the Pacific Northwest. Sample superb Seattle coffee and baked goods, smell fresh flowers, eat farm-to-table cuisine and find unique hand-made arts and crafts at this quintessential Seattle market. Watch the famous fish mongers fling fish into the air. Pike Place Market is a truly exciting place to eat, shop and play!
Pike Place Market . . . Heartbeat of Seattle
Originally opened over 100 years ago to bring produce growers directly to consumers, Pike Place Market is a cultural landmark and a colorful shopping experience in Downtown Seattle. Recognized as America's top farmers' market, Pike Place Market is home to more than 200 retailers and restaurants,190 craftspeople and 100 farmers who sell everything from fish to art. Meet the farmers and fisherman and enjoy the musings of street performers and musicians.
Pike Place Market Food and Fun
Taste Seattle at unique restaurants and eateries at Pike Place Market, including Pike Place Bar & Grill, Pike Place Chowder, Market Grill, 94 Stewart Restaurant, Bayou on 1st and Lowell's Restaurant & Bar. Dig into succulent seafood, local brews and an array of world cuisines. Enjoy beautiful views of the Puget Sound and best people watching in Seattle.
Pike Place Market Hotel in Seattle
A few blocks from Pike Place Market, the ultra-hip W Seattle is an urban retreat where you dream of everything and want for nothing. After a day at Pike Place Market, come enjoy fresh Pacific Northwest cuisine at Trace, or get flirty at W Bar. Relax in modern rooms and suites with plush lifestyle luxuries, or get energized in our FIT gym. Think big in over 10,000 sq, ft. of meeting and event space, or stay connected in our business center. At the W Seattle, you can work, play, laugh, lounge, surf, sip and smile the W way . . . wonderfully!
Pike Place Market Tours
Explore Pike Place Market on your own, or get an insider's view on a guided Market Heritage Tour lead by The Market Foundation - Wednesday through Saturday. Learn about the history of the market and hear playful stories like the Fat Lady Barber who haunts Down Under.