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1904 Pike Pl
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 448-4758
Deli / Bodega, French
Mon–Sun: 9:00 AM–5:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • Best lunch in the market and an excellent place to pickup sides for the seafood you just bought to grill.
  • The sandwhiches are the draw, but the sides keep me coming back. Try the artichoke salad!
  • Best panini I have ever had in my life
  • Big, cheap, epic Italian sandwiches. $3 halfs and $6 wholes.
  • Best deal at Pike's Place Market! Soup or salad + 1/2 sandwich for &5.50. Never had a bad meal.
  • Delicious and wallet-friendly! I have already recommended to friends and coworkers. I had the Roast Beef & Gorgonzola sandwich and it definitely did not disappoint!
  • Love the soups & s'wiches here! The tofu sandwich and artichoke cheese sandwich were excellent. Try their gnocchi and also their pasta salad. Excellent for a vegetarian. Great lunch place.
  • Not many options for vegetarians, but their tofu teriyaki sw was out of the world! Salads are very tasty as well. Get half a sandwich if you only wanna taste! Excellent vfm! (4 of 4 petals via Fondu)
  • $6 for Half Panini and Small Salad. Delicious!!! Try the Sierra Chicken Sandwich!
  • Best lunch in north downtown and market. Everything is delicious.
  • Can't go wrong with 3 for $1.00 mozerella cheese sticks.
  • Good sandwiches and salads. Didn't have to wait more than 15min in line for lunch midweek. Would come back for more.
  • Tuscan chicken sandwich and crispy chicken. Tuscan was better.
  • The food here is phenomenal! Would definitely come back
  • One of the best sandwich shops in Seattle. The bread is delicious and they also have some deli items to go.
  • Fantastic sandwiches. And great prices
  • The Thai beef sandwich was great. Also recommend the baklava
  • Sandwiches, salad, soup
  • Loads of great Vegetarian options, made fresh daily.
  • Great price, $5.75 for a salad soup combo and even cheaper for salad/soup + half sandwich combos. The pasta bakes and sandwiches are good! There is additional seating behind the utensils.