Restaurants

Crepe de France

206-624-2196
93 Pike Street, No. 204

Authentic French crepes made to order, filled with fresh fruits and vegetables of Pike Place Market producers. Crepe de France offers a place of solace with the pleasure of comfort food. This petite cafe has over 17 different varieties of creps ranging from savory to sweet. 

Cycene

206-617-6838
1523 1st Ave

Southern inspired sandwiches and grits dishes. Open daily for breakfast and lunch. Breakfast sandwiches, Cajun boudin, greens, grits, beer, chicken fried pork, lunch and more.

Dot's Butcher & Deli

206-682-2828

Dot's Butcher & Deli is located in Seattle's historic Pike Place Market, with a focus on whole animal butchery offering charcuterie and amazing sandwiches.

Emmett Watson's Oyster Bar

206-448-7721
1916 Pike Pl #16

Emmett Watson and Sam Bryant opened the city's first Oyster bar in 1979. It is cozy and casual spot with fresh oysters, fish and chips with plenty local beers on tap.

Farvahar Persian Cafe

206-467-4892
1530 Post Alley, suite 3A

Farvahar Persian Cafe specializes in authentic Persian cuisine. Prepared fresh everyday and just as good as homamade, the dishes include kebobs, lentil soup and hummus.

IL Bistro

206-682-3049
93A Pike Street

For 40 years, IL Bistro, tucked away underneath the Pike Place Market, has provided Seattle with romance and intimate fine dining. We feature authentic, market-fresh Italian cuisine in a candlelit Tuscan cavern with a cozy bar specializing in handmade cocktails.

Japanese Gourmet

206-728-6204
82 Stewart Street

Our remodeled restaurant serves the freshest seafood and sushi. We also have an array of traditional Japanese dishes, including our famous lunchtime bento boxes. With our impeccable and friendly service, and delicious menu choices.

JarrBar

1432 Western Ave.
Jarrbar features a speakeasy type setting with Spanish-style tapas. Owner Bryan Jarr was the executive chef of the Conservatory in Madison Park and co-authored a cookbook with Pike Place Fish. Brian transformed this “hole in the wall” into a fun and interesting setting, great for unwinding in the afternoon or evening.

Jarrbar

1432 Western Ave

Jarrbar features a speakeasy type setting with Spanish-style tapas. Owner Bryan Jarr was the executive chef of the Conservatory in Madison Park and co-authored a cookbook with Pike Place Fish. Brian transformed this “hole in the wall” into a fun and interesting setting, great for unwinding in the afternoon or evening.

Jasmine Thai Restaurant

206-382-9899
1530 Post Alley

We serve authentic Thai cuisine which incules noodles, authentic Thai curry as well as chicken and beef dishes with rice. And also serves vegetarian.

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