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Pike Place Market
Food Tour

Experience Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market in the most unique way possible, by letting our local guides delight you with a fusion of Pacific Northwest staples and immigrant-inspired cuisine and histories.


  • Learn the history behind the market and the citizens who have helped preserve its character to this day

  • Meet locals

  • Perhaps spot some flying fish

  • Pass by the oldest existing Starbucks

  • See the notorious Gum Wall

  • Enjoy 5-7 tastes from market vendors, including locally made products, fresh fare, a seafood dish, a freshly baked item, and a tasty dessert.

  • Get a deep appreciation for the cuisine inspired by immigrants who brought their own style, ingredients, and stories to Seattle.

  • Support the market while you eat, as your ticket price already has a donation built into the price!

Pike Place Market Foundation

Beyond the fish and flowers, Pike Place Market is a village of farmers, artists, residents, and neighbors. With senior housing above the Market’s storefronts and a network of social services woven throughout the historic district, the Pike Place Market Foundation welcomes and supports a diverse community in the heart of downtown Seattle. Established in 1982, after a     decades-long fight to save Pike Place Market from the wrecking ball, the Market Foundation works to achieve the Market’s historic charter to provide services and support for our community, especially neighbors living on low incomes. Rooted in the model for a healthy community, the Market Foundation improves the health and well-being of our neighbors by promoting and increasing access to education, nutritious food, community support, economic stability, and a safe neighborhood

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