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  • Top 5 Places to Shop Local in Seattle

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    Seattle is known as an open-minded city. That being said, you should be sure to shop locally whenever possible. In addition to supporting your local economy and community members; many individuals in Seattle find that purchasing products with the help of small businesses helps them feel more connected to their communities.

    Look no further if you’re looking for the best places to shop locally in Seattle. We have rounded up five of the best places worth visiting in Thurston County where you can get your hands on the best local goods and meet some talented farmers, artisans, and chefs.

    1. Pike Place Market

    Pike Place Market is a great place to shop locally in Seattle - if you aren't already familiar with this historic neighborhood in downtown Seattle. It's known for being home to hundreds of different shops and eateries with outdoor seating overlooking Elliott Bay and Pioneer Square. The market is open year-round, but it's especially busy during the summer months when tourists flock here. Take time to know The 5 Best Things About Summer In Seattle.

    Pike Place Market is one of the most iconic places in Seattle, and it features hundreds of stalls selling everything from fresh flowers to souvenirs to jewelry (including some unique finds) as well as food vendors offering everything from burgers to BBQ ribs and seafood dishes like dungeness crab legs or freshly caught salmon, other handcrafted goods, and many more!

    Therefore, if you're looking for something unique or handmade, this is a great place for you.

    Location: Neighborhood in Seattle, Washington

    2. Seattle Antiques Market

    The Seattle Antique Market is a unique spot where you can find antiques and collectibles from people who have been bringing their treasures to the market for decades. The market is open every day of the week, and it's one of the best places to shop locally in Seattle. 

    It is a must-visit for anyone who loves to shop for local art, crafts, and antiques. The market has been open since 1976 and has grown into one of the largest and most popular markets in the city. It's located on Second Avenue between Pike Place Market and Pioneer Square.

    In addition to antiques, there are also art galleries and jewelry shops with handmade items made by local artists who live in the area. This is one of our favorite things about Seattle — we love supporting local artists by shopping their wares in person!

    Also, there are plenty of restaurants nearby if you're looking for some food inspiration. 

    Location: 1400 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101, United States

    3. Show Pony

    The Show Pony is a brand-new store located in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. The store is owned by local farmers and producers and offers unique products made from sustainable materials.

    The Show Pony is a cool little shop that sells all kinds of local goods, from books to clothes to vinyl records, baked goods, coffee, natural cosmetics and soaps, teas, and more. They also have an impressive selection of art and jewelry. 

    It's a great place to find things that you'll love, without having to travel far away from downtown Seattle. A must-visit for any fashionista!

    Location: 3501 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103, United States

    4. Pacific Place

    Pacific Place is another great place for locally-made goods. This huge department store stocks everything from housewares to clothing and accessories, but its main focus is local artists and designers. You'll find unique items, including paintings by local artists and jewelry created by local artists too! 

    It's also a great place to find something authentic for yourself or someone special — they have tons of unique gifts for both men and women, so there's something for everyone here!

    It is perfect for anyone who loves beautiful things!

    Location: 600 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101, United States

    5. PCC Community Markets - Fremont

    PCC Community Markets are another great place to shop locally in Seattle! 

    This market is one of our favorite places to shop in Seattle because they always have something different from what's already been sold out everywhere else! They have everything from fresh produce.

    There are several different locations throughout the city where you can find fresh produce or meat from local farmers, plus there's a butcher shop that sells meats from local providers like Small Acres butchery & butcher shop (you'll find them at 100 North 45th Street). These markets are open nearly every day during daylight hours encase you need some fresh produce or meat while on vacation.

    You can also find them online under PCC Community Markets Ballard.

    So, if you love fresh produce, then visit this market.

    Location: 600 N 34th St, Seattle, WA 98103, United States

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