Pike Place Market is a Seattle institution and today we are going to be VIPs with an Early-Access Food Tour.
Our first stop is Honest Biscuits. The biscuit is warm, it is fresh, and it’s made with Beecher’s cheese. You know, Pike Place Market can be overwhelming, it’s nine acres of market space, so there’s a lot to see. Having somebody kind of guide you through it, and show you where to go and where to look, and sort of how to observe this amazing place really, really helps out. Ha!
We’ve made a stop here at one of the most famous stalls in the market, the Pike Place Fish Company, where they do the throwing and catching of the fish.
Viator Exclusive Early-Access Food Tour of Pike Place Market Seattle Photo Gallery
Ah! I caught it! That’s awesome! I think, just the entire experience of walking around, I just feel like I’ve learned so much, I got to try foods I’ve never eaten before, I think this is the highlight of our trip.
One thing I really love about the market are these places that are tucked away and these family businesses, you know, like this is run by a father and son team. Time for some Chinese street food, this is lo qui. After trying all these different types of food throughout the market, we’re finishing it off here at Shug’s, which is soda fountain and ice cream. It’s time for dessert.
Mmm, that’s good. This has been a delicious morning. We got such a one on one intimate experience with so many of the different vendors, tried all sorts of different types of food. This has been a truly VIP experience.
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