There is something that I love to do in Seattle every summer. Ever since I meet my husband 2003, we went to pike several times each summer. The streets of the lively and diverse heart of downtown Seattle . The Pike Place Market is founded in 1907; it’s a market that offers fresh produce, unique foods, seafoods, floral shops, and handmade arts and crafts. The market is overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront. It’s a tourist attraction to visit first Starbucks Coffee shop, watch fish toss by employee, and enjoy street music and performers, and unique foods.
As for me, I don’t care too much about the floral stands, tossing fish, or the first Starbucks; I love the ambiance and vibrant atmosphere are so unique to bring me back to childhood memories like the market in Vietnam. Pike Place market has great selection of organic produce there for fresh herbs and vegetable. To avoid the crowd, we normally walk through the Post Alley in which give you the little ambiance atmosphere of cafes at Bastille, France in which it brought many wonderful memories for my husband and I. Post Alley has many small restaurants and cafe that allow you to sit out patios and great place to sit down, relax, and people watching.