Farmers, artisans, butchers, bakers, musicians and seafood-throwers can all be food at the Pike Place Market. This more-than-a-century old marketplace is a hub for Seattle’s locals to share their craft and fresh goods.
For us tourists, it is also the wonderful home to the most sanitary US monument: the Post Alley Gum Wall
The assortment of gum, although the main attraction, is not the only Post Alley eye-catcher. Street art is found as well (most with an anarchist twist)
Aside from the gum, art, and good eats, Pike Place also offers one of the most beautiful views in Seattle,
Off to eat more
P.s. Does anyone know if this is Super Mario? The resemblance is uncanny.