Taiwanese-American blogging about his travels outdoors and occasionally his thoughts on life.

Monday, August 01, 2016

Pike Place Market, Washington Part 1 (Pacific Coast Highway Roadtrip)

Returning to Pike Place Market on a Monday turned out to be a good decision. Parking was incredibly easy and we didn't have much of a crowd to deal with while walking around. To find Pike Place Market, simply type it in to any map application on your phone. Pike Place Market is a huge tourist attraction and should show up on most, if not all, map applications. However, if you still need it:

Official Site: http://pikeplacemarket.org/
Yelp: https://www.yelp.com/biz/pike-place-market-seattle
Wikipedia: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pike_Place_Market

First thing we did was get something to snack on. Tom Douglas' Rub with Love Shack caught our eye. There, we ordered a lobster sandwich and it was amazing.

Address: 2010 Western Ave Seattle, WA 98121
Official Site: http://www.rubwithloveshack.com/
Yelp: https://www.yelp.com/biz/rub-with-love-shack-seattle

After, we began our expedition into the market.

I've actually been to the market before. Once when I was a child, and another time when I was in college visiting Kayvan. Both times, I didn't really develop much of an impression of the area. This time, I definitely enjoyed it a lot more. Most likely because I had money to spend.

Even on a weekday, the market was still crowded. I shudder to imagine what a weekend is like. There are lines everywhere.

Once again, rather than tell you which stands to visit, I suggest just taking your time to stroll around and buy what catches your eye.
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