Know what’s better than one great restaurant? A whollllle bunch of them — that’s why our stomachs rumble at the mere mention of Seattle food halls.
We’re blessed to have several culinary destinations that pack a variety of vendors into one place. Pike Place Market is the biggest and most well-known of the bunch (if you wanna count it as a “hall”), but there are others to tantalize your taste buds.
Grab your forks as we explore the highlights at each one.
📍 400 Pine St., Seattle
⏰ Daily, 11 a.m.-9 p.m.
This new Southeast Asian-focused food hall at Westlake Center is already getting raves for its flavorful dishes and colorful atmosphere.
- Crawfish Chef | Cajun boils with customizable spices
- Rolling Wok | Overflowing Cup O’ Noodles = Insta sensation
- Sweet Moon | Croffles, honey toasts, and other decadent desserts
📍 205 Harrison St., Seattle
⏰ Hours vary
If you ever have fam in town to visit attractions like the Space Needle and PacSci, this is the place to refuel.
- Ceres Roasting | Cinnamon-glazed nuts — the snack you didn’t know you needed
- KABAB | Family-owned gyro joint with vegan options
- Skillet Counter | Diner faves — from fried chicken and waffles to burgers
📍 14200 Tukwila International Blvd., Tukwila
⏰ Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Local nonprofit the Food Innovation Network launched this food hall to support several women and immigrant-owned businesses.
- Jazze’s | Afghan cuisine like pulled lamb sliders
- Taste of Congo | Grilled mackerel and other Congolese comfort foods
- Moyo Kitchen | Delicacies from Somalia, Kenya, and Tanzania like potato stew
📍 600 Fifth Ave. S., Seattle
⏰ Hours vary
Get your grocery shopping done at the main market — then hit up the vendors for full-on meals and sensational snacks.
- Aloha Plates | Loco moco, musubi, and other lunchable Hawaiian items
- Boiling Point | Sit-down hot pot joint that’s good for groups
- Dochi | Dreamy mochi-doughnut hybrids — often coated with cereal