Groceries & Markets in White Center

$2 Buys You a Coupon for 10% Off Any Purchase at Pike Place Market Creamery

Pike Place Market Creamery

Pike Place Market

$2 $2

For $2, receive a coupon for 10% off any purchase

$29 for a 12-Month Meal-Plan Subscription to Make 5 Dinners in One Hour ($72 Value)

Make 5 Dinners in One Hour

Online Deal

$72 $29

Monthly timesaving meal plans show clients how to do five days' worth of cooking in about an hour; feeds 4–6 people

$14.50 for Three Slices of Signature Fudge at Seattle Fudge ($29 Value)

Seattle Fudge

Seattle Center

$29 $14.50

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Boiled, cooled, and hand formed in an open kitchen, signature fudges come in 11 flavors, including chocolate walnut and rocky road

$5 Buys You a Coupon for 20% Off Purchases of $30 or More at The Wine Alley

The Wine Alley

Cascade-Fairwood

$5 $5

For $5, receive a coupon for 20% off purchases of $30 or more at The Wine Alley.

$6.50 for $12 Worth of Gourmet Flavored Popcorn from Freedom Snacks

Freedom Snacks

Des Moines

$12 $6.50

Seasonal gourmet flavored popcorn includes sea salt caramel, double chocolate drizzle, kettlecorn, cheddar bacon, and sweet hot jalapeno

$14 for $25 Worth of Gourmet Food — Magic Flavors

Magic Flavors

Kent

$25 $14

Choose from 200 dishes from more than 12 cultures; pick your magic flavor

Natural and Organic Groceries or Supplements and Beauty Products at Nature’s Market (Up to 50% Off)

Nature's Market

Kent

$30 $20

Healthy foods line the market’s walls, including a vast supply of gluten-free, dairy-substitute, and vegan fresh and frozen foods

$40 for $50 Worth of Meat and British Specialties at Proper British Bacon & Meats

Proper British Bacon & Meats

Multiple Locations

$50 $40

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Butchers craft hormone- and antibiotic-free meat into more than 500 products, including bacon cured in the proper British—or American—style

$20 for $30 Worth of Meat at Fischer Meats

Fischer Meats

Issaquah

$30 $20

Butcher shop in service for more than 100 years provides customers with cuts of beef, poultry, and handmade jerky

Seasonal Fruits and Vegetables at Foley's Produce (50% Off)

Foley’s Pro­duce

Maple Valley

$10 $5

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A constantly changing selection of fruits and vegetables may include oranges, peaches, fresh kale, and rutabagas

Select Local Merchants

Shari Courtier and Scott Carpenter run Three Tree Wellness Center, a place that is part spa, part classroom, and part bodywork-supplies store. The staff nurtures mind, body, and spirit with spa services such as massages, which can incorporate reiki energy work, and mud wraps, which draw toxins from the skin while equipping it to someday sprout an apple tree. Art-therapy classes put students in touch with their inner power animal, and continuing-education classes keep massage therapists abreast of body mechanics and best practices. The retail portion of the center, SNL Supplies, hawks wares such as essential oils, shower gels, and candles.

643 SW 152nd St
Burien,
WA
US

Decades ago, brothers Bob and Earl Green founded a business dealing in red meat and seafood on April Fools' Day. Later, on another fateful April 1, they passed the shop to Bob's son and daughter-in-law, and today, more than 50 years since its 1958 opening, B & E Meats and Seafood still cuts, smokes, and marinates prime carnivorous fare at three locations.

Beef raised in Washington and Oregon comes to B & E Meats in three variants: natural, traditional, and grass-fed on the grounds of Harlow Ranch. The staff preps T-bones and tenderloins alongside signature kalbi beef ribs, whose soy, ginger, garlic, and sesame-oil marinade evokes tropical barbecues. Such meticulous seasoning is par for the course—the staffers smoke their beef jerky for up to six hours with alder and cherry-wood chips to preserve rustic flavor, and they cover pork roasts in sea salt before wrapping them in banana leaves. Their smoked candy salmon also boasts a tantalizing mix of sweet and salty notes, and corned beef comes traditionally cured for St. Patrick's Day.

Freezer variety packs tempt those who can’t decide on one meal with 25–100 pounds of cuts and goodies, which include steaks, roasts, ground beef, and bacon. In the interest of convenience, the store provides cooking instructions for many of its popular dishes, as well as game-processing services that package meats by weight.

15003 Ambaum Blvd SW
Burien,
WA
US

A barbecue place is only as successful as its saucy foodstuffs, and the hot and mild meats at Jones Original Barbeque have been winning affections for more than 20 years. The family business still makes full use of the original sauce recipe devised by the Jones family patriarch, William U. Jones, Sr., and refined by his son, William U. Jones Jr. . With signature ribs and smoked brisket featured on Food Network's BBQ with Bobby Flay, the eatery was voted Best BBQ for five years in row (2004–2008) by readers of Seattle Weekly. Beside bountiful rolls of paper towels, tables populate with chopped pork, brisket, and hot links in sandwiches and on platters with collard greens and mac 'n' cheese. After wrestling down sharable meat combination platters, patrons can snatch bottles of their signature barbecue sauce to slip into holiday stockings filled with coal and other grilling essentials.

2454 Occidental Ave S
Seattle,
WA
US

Forget lengthy lists of hard-to-pronounce preservatives?each batch of Empire Ice Cream starts with a base that contains just four ingredients: eggs, evaporated cane juice, and cream and milk from Fresh Breeze Organic Dairy. From there, the ice cream makers simply fold in extra ingredients to make various flavors, relying on local providers like Hayton Farms, who supply the berries for the shop's raspberry and strawberry ice creams, or Stumptown Coffee, who delivers the ground espresso beans for Empire's coffee-flavored ice cream. There's even a unique bacon-flavored ice cream made with real pieces of local, natural bacon, as well as a s'mores ice cream loaded with house-made marshmallows and real vine-ripened graham crackers. Brownies and cinnamon rolls from Eat Local are also available in the shop, and sometimes make their way into decadent sundaes.

2400 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US

The chefs at BluWater Bistro elevate classic comfort food by working mainly with premium, largely local ingredients. Take, for instance, a BLT—reinterpreted with additions of Pacific Northwest king-salmon fillet and pesto mayo—or a burger ascending to gourmet status with layers of Tillamook cheddar spread over wagyu beef raised on pastures near the Snake River. BluWater Bistro's owners strive to match their chefs' quality and creativity by giving each waterfront location a refined yet cozy aesthetic, surrounding diners in large windows, fireplaces flanked by leather furniture, and flat-screen televisions that play more interesting shows when they sense lulls in conversation. The Green Lake establishment also extends to an outdoor patio. The kitchen staff continues sending out dishes from the full menu as late as 1 a.m. every night of the week and shows up early on the weekends to prepare brunch.

102 Lakeside Ave
Seattle,
WA
US

What began as a small counter selling sausages at Pike Place Market mushroomed into a meaty empire with Uli Lengenberg in the role of chief link master. The shop remains a popular spot in the Market, where diners looking for a little slice of Germany can order from the extensive lineup of brilliantly seasoned sausages. The varied selections cover a lot of territory, from Spanish chorizo, spicy Italian and German bratwurst to the exotic South African Boerewors, seasoned with generous amounts of coriander and red wine vinegar. The world tour continues with Louisiana hot links, English Bangers and Polish kielbasa, each available to take home and grill up yourself, or for on-the-spot snacking, topped with coarse grain mustard and curry ketchup. In this casual, snug space, the TV is often tuned to sports and it’s not unusual for new friendships to form over a perfect sausage and a beer.

1511 Pike Pl
Seattle,
WA
US