Pike Place Market is undeniably one of Seattle’s most iconic landmarks. Not only is it a cool building but it also houses some amazing vendors selling fresh produce, meats and wares. Part of what makes it so unique is that it only exists in one place, or does it? Turns out there’s a few Pike Place Markets.

Now we’re not saying that Pike Place is any less special, rather we’re letting you know that you can have access to it without going to the often extremely busy OG market. That’s thanks to three express markets that are available to shoppers this month. They’re located at City Hall, First Hill and South Lake Union.

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Now because these markets are express markets they simply stock the best of the best. You can can find local and seasonal produce, flowers, honey and value added products, like beef jerky. It’s a great option if you just needed a few ingredients or a hot lunch. But if you’re looking for a long browse and wide selection, heading to the OG market is your best bet.

As more people return to downtown offices this is a great option to keep in mind. After all you’re supporting local farmers and business owners while getting high quality products. If you’d like to learn more about the markets you can click below. Enjoy folks!

Pike Place Express Farmers Market

City Hall Farmers Market
Where: 600 4th Avenue (City Hall Plaza)
When: Tuesdays until September 28th
Time: 10am – 2pm

South Lake Union Farmers Market
Where: 426 Terry Avenue N. (Van Vorst Plaza)
When: Thursdays Until September 30th
Time: 10am – 2pm

First Hill Farmers Market
Where: on Seneca in between 9th Avenue & Terry Street (Lindeman Plaza)
Dates: Fridays from August 6th – September 24th
Time: 10am – 2pm