24 Hours in Seattle – According to a Foodie

Washington, Seattle Guide (B): 24 Hours in Seattle – According to a Foodie

When in Portland (more on that in the next few weeks), do as the Oregonians do and take a city trip to Seattle. Better still, drive up the Oregon coast and stop off at the beaches and forests to take in some Pacific air en route. We had only 24 hours in Seattle, but we made the most of them the only way we know how – by eating! If you want to follow our itinerary, you’ll need to arrive by lunchtime on day 1 and leave after brunch on day 2. Just enough time to catch a few restaurants, a market and some Seattle coffee houses. Enjoy!

Split across multiple levels and spilling out into the street as well as indoors, the Pike Place Market is a feast for the senses – especially of the gustatory variety. Walk past vibrant flower stalls on the upper level until you reach Pacific-fresh fish mongers and patchworks of colourful fresh produce. We stopped at a bagel stall for a just-baked sesame bagel with cream cheese and lox (I believe it was made from chinook, the local northwest salmon). We also headed inside for a pasta-and-wine stop at Casalinga. What’s the one thing I wish I’d had room for? Typical Northwest clam chowder from Pike Place Chowder! ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: 24 Hours in Seattle – According to a Foodie
Guide Location: USA » Seattle
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Vicky Hampton
Read it on author's website: https://www.amsterdamfoodie.nl/2018/24-hours-in-seattle/
Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Pike Place Market
  • Starbucks Reserve Roastery
  • Taylor’s Shellfish
  • Melrose Market
  • Victrola
  • Din Tai Fung

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