Things to do for Foodies in Seattle, Washington 

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    Pike Place Market

    282 reviews

    I love all of the little shops. Getting very commercial of course yet there are still mom and pop shops here are there. A great place to explore and have a delicious lunch.

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    Theo Chocolate

    12 reviews

    A magical place where you can indulge your love of chocolate without getting hassled by oompa loompas! Yes, they are known for fair trade, high quality, organic, yadda yadda ya, but let's face it, if the chocolate wasn't so good, this place wouldn't be so popular. I have to admit I went on the tour really just because I knew ...

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    Capitol Cider

    3 reviews

    The most amazing food and drinks. Highly recommend the Pork & Pumpkin Hash!!! Plus they have a dedicated gluten-free kitchen that celiacs will appreciate (& the rest of us won't ever know the difference because the food is that good).

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    Rachel's Ginger Beer

    4 reviews

    If I lived in the area, I would come here all the time. I love ginger beer, so it's hard to go wrong with RGB. Love that there are so many flavors to choose from (seasonal too!), and if you are feeling like getting your booze on, there's that option as well!

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    Ballard Farmers Market

    9 reviews

    Love this farmers' market. It happens every Sunday and the whole street is blocked off. There are loads of organic vegetables, local meats and cheeses stands. You can get delicious street food from one of many food stands. Often time, you will find musicians playing to add to the lively atmosphere. Besides the temporary stands, the shops alongs the streets ...

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    Fremont Troll

    59 reviews

    Fremont is a very awesome neighborhood with good eats, great shops, and the Fremont Troll! You'll really enjoy the neighborhood and it's not too far from downtown so you can get to this area easily by bus or cab (not expensive at all)

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    Poco Wine Room

    4 reviews

    Poco is one of the more relaxed, refined parts of Capitol Hill's LGBT scene. It won the best new business award in its opening year from the Greater Seattle Business Association (Seattle's gay yellow pages) and with good reason. Poco has a great wine list, focusing on bottles from vineyards in the Pacific Northwest. They also have an inventive menu ...

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  • 8

    The Saint

    2 reviews

    The destination in Seattle for tequila enthusiasts. A huge selection of tequila and fun cocktails. The happy hour is a shot and a beer.

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    Mick's peppourri

    2 reviews

    Mick's Peppourri is a jelly-lover's dream come true. Their family-owned stand at Pike Place Market always has a huge selection of jellies made from things like hot peppers and wine grapes. The Death Valley jelly is a real challenge, even for iron-tongued heat freaks, but the wine jellies are really out of this world and the reason to check out ...

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    Sitka & Spruce

    2 reviews
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  • 11

    Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory

    2 reviews

    Well if ya have a sweet tooth this is the place for you candy apples of every kind Sweet on the outside Crisp and delish on the inside

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  • 12

    Waterfront Park

    2 reviews

    Parking is expensive but when you get here there's the Seattle Aquarium, street vendors, huge ferris wheel, restaurants, etc. There's even lounge chairs to relax on the decks. Great for all ages!

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    Seattle Center

    2 reviews

    Space needle, IMAX theater, children's theater, park space, galleries, tons of food in the Amory with children's discovery center below, etc.

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  • 14

    Holland America Line

    3 reviews

    I will speak of the ms Zuiderdam. My husband and I have travelled on this ship on 4 separate cruises. The ship is comfortable, the crew is amazing and the captains are superb. Compared to other cruise lines, I would say the food offerings would rate as the best in all the restaurants aboard. The art work never fails to ...

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  • 15

    Pioneer Square

    30 reviews

    City life with bars, shops, restaurants, museums, stadium, etc. Lots of expensive parking garages, light rail runs through the area, homeless all around as well.

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    Fisherman's Terminal

    5 reviews

    I kick myself that I don't make it over here more often. Who can justify buying shrink wrapped fish from Safeway when this place exists where you can buy fish so fresh it practically flops off the boat into your arms? It's also much more interesting to look at the boats and talk to people who make their living in ...

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  • 17

    Brave Horse Tavern

    2 reviews

    It's a great place to be on Sunday Funday! The brunch menu is excellent, and the service is wonderful. I love their selection of food, spirits, and beer is wonderful. I highly suggest trying one of their pretzels. The PBJ pretzel is my ultimate favorite! While you're there make sure to play a game of shuffle puck...Enjoy!!!!

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  • 18

    Space Needle

    241 reviews

    I am terrified of heights but this has an amazing view and great food. But the restaurant is terribly expensive.

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  • 19

    Lake Washington

    15 reviews

    Huge lake fantastic for swimming, boating, jet skiing, etc.

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    Victoria Clipper

    21 reviews

    If you start in Portland, one thing you MIGHT want to try, is to leave your car in Seattle, and take the Victoria Clipper up to Victoria, Canada. Their public Tranportation is good, and you can have "High Tea" at the Empress Hotel. It's a charming and amazing town. even if you Drive to Vancouver, Canada, it's worth the drive ...

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