Take a bite out of Seattle with a guided food and walking tour of Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market. Enjoy BIG bites, beverages and a free reusable shopping bag.
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Sink your teeth into a generous helping of intriguing tales and delicious food! VOTED #1 by KING 5 EVENING MAGAZINE- The acclaimed Seattle Bites Food Tours takes you behind the scenes of the historic 100 plus year old Pike Place Market, internationally recognized as Americas best farmers market and the epicenter of Seattle’s lively food culture.
Meet the unique and animated merchants that give the market its captivating personality, from charming specialty mom and pop eateries, to one of a kind artisan food shops to the beloved neighborhood cafes. Seattle Bites pairs memorable stories of the market and its merchants with delicious gourmet and unique food and beverages tastings. And we’ll throw in our favorite Market restaurants, recipes and entertainment recommendations too!
Seattle Bites provides discreet and comfortable audio devices to maximize your tour experience up to 75 feet. So go ahead, walk away! Enjoy all the market has to offer while never missing an intriguing tale from your tour host.
2.5 hour tour includes these generous BIG bites and beverages! (Tastings are subject to change without notice.)
“Art Worthy” Smoked Salmon Flatbread with Creme Fraiche
“America’s Best Chowder”-New England Chowder Hall of Fame. Really!
Authentic New York Deli Big Bites-it’s the real McCoy (imported from Brooklyn!)
Grilled Brats from a German Sausage Master
Paris Inspired Fruit and Nutella Crepes
Local Cuisine-Inspired Boutique Sodas, paired with your bites!
Decadent Alderwood Smoked Salmon from the “Cod Father”
Fresh and Exotic Produce of the Season from the boys on The Corner
And other Big Bites!
Tour Includes: All Bites and Beverages, Seattle Bites reusable souvenir eco-friendly “I Took A Bite Out Of The Market” shopping bag, use of audio equipment, 10% merchant discounts
SEATTLE BITES BACK! A portion of all tour sales go to maintaining this beloved Seattle landmark.