Pike Place Market
A cavalcade of noise, smells, personalities, banter and urban theater sprinkled liberally around a spatially challenged waterside strip,...
Corner & Sanitary Market Buildings
Across Pike Place from the Main Arcade are the 1912 Corner & Sanitary Market Buildings, so named because they were the first of the...
Main & North Arcades
Rachel the Market Pig marks the main entrance to the Main & North Arcades, thin shed-like structures that run along the edge of the...
There are so many coffee bars in Seattle that it’s sometimes hard to see the wood from the trees, unless it’s the kind of wood that...
Matt’s in the Market
Matt’s is perched above the bustle of Pike Place Market with views out over the famous clock, and oversees a menu where most of the...
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Chez Shea information
Another treasure hidden in one of the market’s many corners (upstairs in the Corner Market Building), Chez Shea has great views over Puget Sound that combine with spectacular multicourse meals to make this one of the city’s most romantic restaurants. The chef’s tasting menu (seven courses, $75) makes the rounds of basically every edible thing to be found in the Pacific Northwest, depending on season. There’s also a seasonal menu and the more modest Shea’s Lounge menu.