Pike Place Market#

A few steps away from the "Gum Wall" is the "Pike Place Market", Seattle's eldest farmer's market, where already since 1907 on several floors people are selling, negotiating and strolling. In addition to fruits, vegetables, spices and fresh fish there is pretty much everything your culinary heart desires. In short, a perfect place for a lunch break. While you enjoy your lunch from one of the many food stalls, you can watch de fishmongers heaving the fish over the counter singing, or meander through the many small - and sometimes bizarre - shops in the lower floors of the market.