Where to Order a Thanksgiving Feast in Seattle
This classic French bistro in Pike Place Market boasts serious views of Elliot Bay and a six course menu on the big day, starting with an amuse bouche of blinis & caviar, and moving on to things like like squash bisque, roasted venison tenderloin, and upside down apple pie with pumpkin ice cream, plus an optional wine pairing. Oh, and if that's not enough there will also be live accordion music.
The Best Patios for Eating and Drinking Outside in Seattle
The best way to experience Pike Place Market is to completely avoid the crowds all together, pull up a seat at Maximilien, and simply take in the scenery. From here, you’ll get sweeping views of the Puget Sound and the Olympics, with none of the chaotic energy that usually accompanies a trip to the market. Order the oysters—it’s only right.