Pike Place Market - AMERICA'S #1 CHOWDER + Must-Eat Market Tour in Seattle | American Food!


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Pike Place Market is a landmark of #Seattle, and one of the oldest continuously functioning markets in the United States. I had been there once before when I was a kid, but this time I was on a mission to go on the ultimate Pike Place Market food tour!

In this video you’ll find some of the best food within the market and all the details about what to order and eat when you’re in Seattle, Washington. One tip - go early to start eating before the main huge rush comes - when it gets to mid-day, the market is packed.

Here are all the restaurants we tried at #PikePlaceMarket:

Lowell's Restaurant - For breakfast we went to the legendary Lowell's Restaurant, serving a mix of classic American food including seafood. I wanted to try their dungeness crab eggs benedict, which was a little expensive, but pretty good.
Dungeness crab eggs benedict - $25

Pure Food Fish Market - Next to Lowell’s don’t miss the smoked salmon. Again, it’s not cheap, but it’s so good, salmon glistening and embedded with smoke.
½ Pound salmon - $16.56

Ghost Alley Espresso - Next on this Pike Place Market food tour I was in desperate need of a coffee to begin the morning so we navigated our way past the gnarly gum alley to Ghost Alley Espresso. Great place for a quick cup of espresso.
Doppio espresso - $3

Piroshky Piroshky - A legendary bakery that serves mostly Russian influenced baked goods, both sweet and savory, is Piroshky Piroshky. Again, I tried to keep it pretty classic, and Seattle style, so Jason and I split the salmon pate piroshky. It was very tasty, with a cream cheesy taste.
Salmon - $6.85

Pike Place Chowder - Having won every chowder competition and award in the US as possible, Pike Place Chowder serves America’s #1 Chowder. So you know you can’t miss it when you go to Pike Place Market. We got in line about 20 minutes before they opened and line didn’t take long. You order, get your chowder, and then sit down. I don’t have too much experience with chowder, but indeed it was good, and I also really liked the seafood bisque.
Total price - $37.76 total

Beecher's Handmade Cheese - Another classic is Beecher's Handmade Cheese where you can sample cheese curds and also order grilled cheese sandwiches.
Flagship sandwich - $7.49

Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt - They also have a very loyal following and for sure it’s some of the best yogurt I’ve ever tried.

Market Grill - Finally to end this Seattle food tour we stopped at Market Grill, right in the heart of the market and I ordered the grilled salmon plate. Overall, it was good, and a perfect ending to this extreme food tour!
Grilled salmon plate - $15

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Maybe I'm the only one who would complain about this but the "rule" of not holding a table until you have your tray? Sorry, not sorry but If I'm standing in line ordering, or my husband is, one of us usually always holds a table! I'm spending money at your establishment, by god, I'm holding a seat! Also my husband is a heart surgery/2x stroke survivor and he can't stand very long at times, plus on occasion we have my 82 year old Mother in law with us and I REFUSE to allow her to STAND until our order is ready! Food looks amazing but that one rule may stop me from ever trying their chowder plus I think It's a bit too expensive, but its also 2019 and its Seattle, its going to be

23 hours ago

Ketchup mixed with Tabasco sauce is the best on hash browns!

1 day ago

omg this looks amazing now i want some 8)

1 day ago

I live in New Jersey and for what he got I think the prices were reasonable. Well not the chowda.

ETA: this is a tourist area, if he went to local places I bet it’d be cheaper.

2 days ago

U see that face he made on Lowels vs the face he makes on the salmon. Yeah that egg Benedict was "okay".

3 days ago

I'll be honest I just visited seatle and the food was extremely overpriced and not good to many hipster reastraunts los Angeles has a way better food screen

4 days ago

This guy looks wrong

5 days ago

People complaining about prices. Seattle is a big city. It's a major center of commerce and innovation... Boeing, Microsoft, Starbucks... it's going to be expensive, that's a fact of life. If you go there, just plan to spend some big bucks and have fun. It's called the "Emerald City" for a reason. 😎
If that's too much for you, go back to small town America and enjoy your Diners, Drive-ins and Dives. 😜

6 days ago

Can you ever take a normal size bite

1 week ago

Next video in India 🇮🇳

1 week ago

Tacos Chukis is a MUST next time you’re in Seattle!

1 week ago

what is the seltzer after the coffee shot for? ive never seen that before

1 week ago

Most SATISFIED AND HAPPIEST MAN, Iove you man..👍👊

1 week ago

Almost $40 for a few bowls of chowder?

1 week ago

I was gonna scream at you if you didn't get the salmon Piroshki Piroshki, but you did. You're the man, Mark.

2 weeks ago

Supper-solmen-teasty

2 weeks ago

10:00 someone's getting tased! 🤣

2 weeks ago

Cant help but notice the print on Mark's friend T-shirt. Pokpok in the Philippines means something not nice. Hahahah i love it tho. Love your videos Mark! Keep it up and be safe.

2 weeks ago

His reactions is so over acting lol

2 weeks ago

Why you didn’t try the Mac n cheese is to die for there!

2 weeks ago

gyu in blue shirt demonstration normal reaction :)

2 weeks ago

I used to manage a shop in the market during the 70's and 80's. We were a tobacco/cigar shop in Post alley, right across from La Coppa Pan. Both long gone. I ate breakfast at Lowell's everyday. Breakfast was 3.50 plus tip, and it was always more than I could eat. Baby Gramps used to play outside out shop every Friday and Sat. This was before street musicians needed a license and needed to schedule a time and place. After Baby Gramps would leave, a saxophonist named Arnie would play. I used to give him packs of Chesterfield cigarettes. There was a little grocery store down the main entrance and they would sell me 2 beers for 75 cents, provided I didn't care about the brand. You could buy huge slices of pizza from DeLaurentis on the corner for a dollar a slice. There was an old man that had a news stand across from Delaurentis, his name was Arnie, he owned the stand with his brother. I would get the morning paper and head straight for Lowells. You could walk right up to the counter at Starbucks. Times have changed. I took my sons down there about 2 years ago and I barely recognized the place. But I still loved it. Only difference was, I took them back to my parents house to make them dinner...…

3 weeks ago

For some reason I can't edit. Newspaper mans name was Isaac, not Arnie. And I used to sell him cigars for 5 cents. He always wanted to pay something but never had much money.

3 weeks ago

That is the face my husband makes in our marital quarters.

3 weeks ago

I enjoy watching you. I’m so impressed with your work. Mostly, I enjoy how you interact as a family. Lovingly caring for each other and Micah. Inspirational. Thank you.

3 weeks ago

0:38 why does he look like he got caught watching porn lmao

3 weeks ago

Wow $25 for that little bit of crab with eggs

3 weeks ago

Jason's shirt stands for slut here in the Ph. 🤣 awesome video mark!

3 weeks ago

Jeeezus.. that jason is boring.. .. get him a triple expresso... . liven him up a bit..

3 weeks ago

Ok, we are going to Seattle in 6 weeks. Where is a good place to try some of these dishes that arent as expensive as Pike Place Market? I really want to try the breakfast dist at the beginning of the video. That looks really good.

3 weeks ago

Pok Pok can Fok Fok right off

3 weeks ago