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Chinese dragons and lions took over Pike Place on Monday

Chinese dragons and lions took over Pike Place on Monday to celebrate Mee Sum Pastry’s 30th anniversary at the Market. The pastry shop is famous for its BBQ hum bow, considered a Market “must-have.” You can find Pike Place Market restaurants at http://www.pikeplacemarket.org/pages/where-to-eat

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Express Farmers Markets Bring Fresh, Local Produce to Downtown Neighborhoods

If it were a band and not Seattle’s famed public market, we’d say Pike Place Market is going on the road. No expensive tickets, or hand stamps are needed though. This summer, the Market is taking its farmers beyond its digs at 1st Ave. and Pike St. to three downtown Seattle neighborhoods. Beginning in June, the Market […]

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Taste Artisan Flavors of the Northwest at Arcade Lights

Pike Place Market brings artisan tasting to a new level with Arcade Lights, a semiannual celebration of artisan foods, craft beers and wine. Long dedicated to promoting independent producers (since 1907 but who’s counting?), Pike Place Market has invited 60 purveyors of finely crafted sweet and savory foods, local breweries and regional wineries to create an […]

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Mt. Townsend Creamery sources fresh local milk

Mt. Townsend Creamery sources fresh local milk from the northern region of the Olympic Peninsula, a region known for its plentiful grazing. Located in Port Townsend on the northeast coast of the peninsula, Mt. Townsend creates fine artisan cheeses with authentic northwest flavor. The creamery opened a small storefront at Pike Place Market, near Rachel […]

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