Groceries & Markets in Seattle


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  • BluWater Bistro
    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.
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    102 Lakeside Ave.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Uli's Famous Sausage
    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.
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    1511 Pike Pl.
    Seattle, WA US
  • QFC Quality Food Center
    The Wedgwood location of QFC is smaller than some among this grocery chain’s portfolio, but with friendly staff and late hours it fulfills shoppers needs for organics, staples and healthy foods. Everything is in its place at this well-designed store, with long aisles that stock the basics, though a full-service bakery, deli with prepared meals, butcher department, coffee bar, and an extensive beer and wine department all hug the exterior walls, making for next-level shopping that supplies more than just the usual canned goods and prepackaged breads. A colorful floral department offers seasonal features like seeds and plants for the yard in summer and festive plants for the winter holidays. And if you’re picking up a bottle of wine and premade meal for dinner with a loved one, grab a DVD from the Redbox inside to complete the night.
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    8400 35th Ave NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Freggies
    When Jerrod Sessler was diagnosed with advanced-stage cancer in 1999, he found a link between his diet and his illness?and he sought the nutrients of organic produce to help him fight it. Sessler founded Freggies to offset the then-high prices and low availability of organic produce, and today, the company delivers Organic Trade Association?certified fruits and vegetables throughout the Seattle area. Participants can set up recurring deliveries of Freggies' latest harvest or create their own boxes from whatever produce is in season, from avocados, chard, and fennel, to coconuts, pears, and baby bok choy. Freggies also stocks dry goods such as dried fruit and citrus juice.
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    1800 SW 152nd St
    Burien, WA US
  • Zaw Artisan Bake at Home Pizza
    There was once a pair of friends who shared the same name. These friends?the Gregs?also shared the belief that even casual food should be fresh. So they put their heads together to found Zaw Artisan Pizza in Seattle, where seasonal, organic, unique, local ingredients (endearingly referred to as "S.O.U.L.") top carefully crafted bake-at-home pies. Recently, they revamped their Capitol Hill location with a new concept that offers baked pizza, salads, and local beverages?but customers can also still pick up the bake-at-home pizzas that Zaw is known for. Diners can enjoy traditional, gluten-free, or paleo crusts, along with a wide array of seasonal pizza offerings. To further their commitment to quality, the Gregs strive to source local ingredients from neighborhood farmers' markets whenever possible.
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    7320 35th Avenue Northeast
    Seattle, WA US
  • Pinnacle Acupuncture & Chinese Herbal Medicine
    Relaxation is both a concept and a destination at Soma Health & Fitness, where sleek wooden floors are bathed in the sunbeams streaming in from symmetrical skylights. Here, visitors steep selves in soothing services such as massage therapy and physiotherapy, which pairs clients with certified professionals for one-on-one treatments that tackle movement difficulties with postural correction, muscle stimulation, and ultrasound treatments to seek out cursive injury reports spelled out in knotted tendons. Rehabilitative kinesiology combined with yoga and cardio fitness classes in the fully-equipped gym boost clients' cardiovascular health and muscle tone while providing an outlet for emotional renewal.
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    509 Olive Way
    Seattle, WA US

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