There is one Farmer's Market that has a reputation all over the world and that is Pike Place Market in Seattle. I hadn't been here in over 30 years and yet I found it exactly the same as I remembered it if not a little busier. The market opened for business on August 17, 1907 so it will be 111 years old this coming Friday!
You can find everything at this market from fresh-off-of-the-boat fish to fresh-off-the-farm vegetables.
And, fresh-off-the-tree fruits!
There are also several places to eat within the market but, on the very busy Sunday that I was there, the wait for a table would have been over an hour.
It happened to be Mother's Day on the day I was there so the flower vendor's stalls were overflowing with flowers and even after leaving the market, it seemed like everyone I passed on the street was carrying a bouquet.
Pike Place Market is one of those places you will never forget. It's busy and colorful and strolling it's stalls will surely whet your appetite!