Piroshky Piroshky

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1908 Pike Pl (btwn Virginia & Stewart St)
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 441-6068
Bakery, Russian
Mon, Fri–Sun: 7:30 AM–7:00 PM Tue–Thu: 8:00 AM–7:00 PM

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  • Pike Place hole-in-the-wall with over two dozen piroshky, Russian pastries with sweet or savory fillings. Try the Seattle-appropriate smoked salmon and cream cheese version.
  • Don't worry about the line. It moves really fast.
  • Hundreds of thousands of tourists have stopped by this pastry shop, including Anthony Bourdain. Pastries are less than $5, try the smoked salmon piroshky.
  • Beef + Cheese? Check.
  • Get the beef and cheese piroshky!
  • smoked salmon pate piroshky is ace.
  • This is a must! Mushroom, onion....anything is good here. Every time I am at Pike Place I have to stop! You won't be disappointed!!
  • I grew up with fresh Piroshky on the beaches of Brighton Beach in New York City and these guys put them to shame.
  • Worth the line! However, if you don't feel like waiting, come back around closing time - selection is limited, but usually no waiting!
  • Try the Piroshky
  • Piroshky - Piroshky Russian Bakery serves up a wonderful array of pastries with many different flavors to choose from. The fresh pastry aroma that wafts out of the store is a must experience in itself
  • Everything! All of the baked goods, some savory, some sweet. I opted for the chocolate hazelnut creme.
  • Gotta get the smoked salmon pastry. Apricot pastry was also excellent. Lines move quickly and is worth the wait.
  • Don't let the long line deter you, it's worth the wait.
  • The smoked salmon is off the hook!!
  • Get a beef and cheese! Salmon is ok...
  • Well worth the often long line outside - smoked salmon pate is to die for.
  • Long, long line for buying Russian pastries. The beef and cheese Piroshky is really good.
  • Note the "smoked mozzarella, broccoli, and mushroom" one is 99% mushroom
  • Go stand in front of the vent out front and breathe deeply. Repeatedly.