Pike Place Market
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Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

A pedestrian crosses Pine Street, a block from Seattle’s landmark neon sign at the Pike Place Market.

 (Don Bartletti / Los Angeles Times)
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A look inside Pike Place Market.

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For 75 cents an Elvis lookalike in a glass booth prints out a fortune at the Market Magic Shop on the lower level of the Pike Place Market.

 (Alan Berner / The Seattle Times )
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Pike Place Market is the hub of Seattle where fresh, local produce, seafood, specialty foods and crafts are bought and sold. Open since 1907, the market is a bustling place where live music provides the backdrop to the hundreds of shops and thousands of visitors each day.

 (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times)
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A Ferris wheel is is near the Pike Place Market.

 (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times )
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A vendor arranges a fruit display at Pike Place Market.

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Neon sign at the Pike Place Market.

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From left: a sign from Pike Place Market; a fishmonger tosses a fish; a write-on-me-with-chalk pig in the market’s garden.

 (Mark Boster / Los Angeles Times )
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Chef Eric Olinsky leads an Eat Seattle food tour at Pike Place Market.

 (Rosemary McClure)
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JB Johnson, owner of BLMF Books, has more than 50,000 books on his shelves and has worked at the market 21 years.

 (Rosemary McClure )
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The $74-million addition, with its panoramic views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, offers a pleasant alternative to older sections of the market.

 (Kjell Redal / The Seattle Times)
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