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Explore Seattle from the culinary perspective of a chef! Eat Seattle offers chef-guided food tours of Pike Place Market and cooking classes; highlighting Seattle through food. Learn where local chefs shop, taste seasonal Northwest food, discover...more
All reviews cooking class history of pike place market highly recommend this tour chef eric mixology class pickle juice mini tour food tour smoked salmon interesting facts greek yogurt mac and cheese two hours guided tour unique experience great tour vendors
We did the early tour at 10 am and Chef Eric was kind and knowledgeable about all things Seattle, Pike Place Market, and most of all food! We started with some incredible Ellenos Yogurt (which we sadly don't get on the East Coast and would...More
We lucked out with our guide, Eric was amazing and very informative about the history of the market and as he was a chef, he consantly told us about how he would use various items in the market to cook with. The tour provided us...More
Excellent tour of the Market. Showing some of the insider tips and providing a history of the Market and its vendors. Samples were outstanding and reinforced the information provided by Chef John. Woould probably do again when next we visit Seattle.
An early morning start is key to seeing the Market Place before the crowds. Eric our chef guide is very passionate about his job and it comes across in his tour of the market place and the stops along the way. He guided us through...More
The guided food tour was amazing - so much better that trying to navigate the market yourself. You learn so much history and get samples of the best of the best, without waiting in the lines. Our guide, Kat, was very knowledgeable and a lot...More
Our favorite stop in Seattle. Chef Eric was an amazing tour guide and the samples were amazing...our favorites include the clam chowder, the dried fruit, fresh yogurt, the fresh cheese curds from Beecher's, and the various samples in the truffle shop. Go Team Eric!!
We had a fantastic time. Chef Eric was friendly and exceedingly knowledgeable about all things market, Seattle, food and drink. The market could be a little intimidating but Eric gave us the inside scoop. Food was delicious , tour was fast paced but not too...More
I could not recommend this tour any more highly! We had previously visited Pike Place Market but our tour guide Eric absolutely brought it to life. A chef himself, he clearly knew the best food purveyors in the market and took us, it seems, to...More
Heather did a phenomenal job educating us on the food culture and community of Seattle. We experienced some amazing food samples and got a lot of background at each stop. My wife and I were very impressed at how much we didn't know regarding food....More
Took my visiting friends on the Happy Hour Tour with John, it was great! I have taken the food tour and know some about the market's food scene, but have never explored the drink world, and never knew there were so many offerings! John was...More
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Hello, Most of our menus use fish for the main dish. We could potentially swap a protein for you if you are OK being around seafood. The starter doesn't have any seafood. We will switch out of seafood around October for a... More
Hello, Most of our menus use fish for the main dish. We could potentially swap a protein for you if you are OK being around seafood. The starter doesn't have any seafood. We will switch out of seafood around October for a month or two. Hope that helps! Let me know if you have any more questions. Liz