Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Pike Place Fish Market

Seattle Pike Place Fish Market

This past summer 2018, I acted as a tour guide for friends visiting Seattle for the first time. We had so much fun exploring not only Seattle, Washington but also Victoria, B.C. (which I will write about in another article).

If you visit Seattle, the main stops downtown are the central waterfront area which includes: the Pike Place Market, the Ferris Wheel overlooking Elliott Bay, Seattle Aquarium, a variety of restaurants, and unique shops. A monorail ride will take you from the waterfront to the iconic Space Needle, Seattle Center, Museum of Pop Culture (MoPOP), and Chihuly's Garden and Glass exhibit.

If you find yourself in Seattle for business and/or pleasure, take the time to explore. You will be glad you did. If you don't you will miss some things that make Seattle truly remarkable.

I had to show my friends the fish market at the Pike Place Market. Pictured below, covered in ice, are some of the freshest variety of seafood.

Monk Fish

LOVE the sign on the lower bottom right

We waited to see a fish thrown into the air to a customer, and we were not disappointed. Our cameras, however, were not ready for it since we had just begun to head to the unique shops within the market. These shops sell flowers, food, jewelry, gift items and much, much more. 

I will post more Seattle and Victoria adventures as time permits. Seattle is a beautiful place, scenic, creative and entertaining, and I hope we can keep it that way.

Check out their official website: Pike Place Fish 

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