Shop at Pike Place Market from the comfort of your own home

Mar 27 2020, 11:58 am

Originally opening as a public market place where farmers and consumers could meet directly to sell and buy goods, Pike Place Market has developed a longstanding legacy as one of Seattleites’ most favored shopping destinations.

Now more than ever, we need to come together to help keep these small merchants and farmers afloat. The easiest way to do so is by continuing to purchase goods online.

Here are nine food vendors of Pike Place Market that need our help:

DeLaurenti Food & Wine


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Just because you’re home doesn’t mean you should give up on date night. Start your Italian date by making pizza with DeLaurenti’s flour, and then enjoy scrumptious pasta, and finish off the meal with wine, chocolates, and other sweets. The vendor is currently offering all of their goodies for pick-up and delivery.

Island Girl Seafood


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Island Girl Seafood is allowing Seattleites to stock up on seafood soups, Alaskan salmon, and fresh bread loaves delivered right to your doorstep. We suggest stocking up and freezing their seafood dishes. Deliveries are available to those in Whatcom, Skagit, Snohomish, Pierce, King, and Jefferson Counties.

Ellenos Yogurt


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Although you won’t be able to stop by Ellenos for a freshly packed Greek yogurt cup, you can enjoy their creamy ‘gurts through Instacart and AmazonFresh. Their packed yogurts are just as tasty and healthy as the ones in the market.

Made in Washington


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Celebrate two weeks of staying indoors with a Made in Washington gift basket. Choose between chocolates, a happy hour set, preserves, soaps, coffees, smoked salmon, and more. The best part of shopping at Made in Washington is that all proceeds go towards local Washington businesses.

Market Spice


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If your throat is feeling a little itch, don’t worry, it’s probably just a cold or allergies. Combat your sniffles by downing cups of tea from Market Spice — they’re all equally delicious.



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Besides toilet paper, it seems as though pasta is Seattleites’ next quarantine favorite. Avoid a pasta-less disaster by ordering from Pappardelles, who delivers fresh sauces and pesto, dry pasta, and even kits that include everything you need to create perfect pasta.

Uli’s Famous Sausage


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Do you know what’s easy to cook? Sausage. Do you know who makes it fresh and tasty? Uli’s. Pick between lamb, chicken, and pork sausages to be delivered straight to your door.

City Fish Seafood Market


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Enjoy everything from scallops and clams to whole fish and squid from City Fresh Seafood. All orders are guaranteed fresh and will arrive at your door nice and chilled. You can even have their fish mailed to relatives across the country!

Sunny Honey Company


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Help save the bees by purchasing honey from Sunny Honey. Spend your self-isolation by becoming a honey connoisseur and tasting creamed honey, cranberry blossom honey, and even crimson clover honey. If you’re not in need of the sweet nectar, opt for some beeodorant, beeswax lip balm, maple syrup, and more.