Market Makeovers Explainer: Pike Place Market's New MarketFront Wing Seattle's iconic emporium gains a many-angled annex. By Allecia Vermillion 5/15/2017 at 8:00am Published in the June 2017 issue of Seattle Met (Click here to view image in new window) Filed under MarketFront, Explainer, Pike Place Market Show Comments Up Next The Insider's Guide to Pike Place Market Pike Place Market's New MarketFront Has Arrived The glassy, expanded wing officially opens this afternoon. Best Pike Place Market Dining: Quick and Casual Looking for a snack? Here’s where locals grab lunch. Or eclairs. Or biscuit sandwiches. Best Pike Place Market Dining: Proper Sit-Down Meals The town’s grand master of sushi and one of the most atmospheric dining rooms in town are both hidden within the maze of the Market. Best Pike Place Market Drinking From made-right-here beer to seriously excellent cocktails. A Pike Place Market Shopping Crawl Yes, locals do buy stuff here. Spectacular Views and Seafood Abound at Tankard and Tun Pike Brewing's new market restaurant opened this week just above its beer-filled pub. The Remodeled Pink Door Open Again for Business Did absence make the heart grow fonder or what? The Best Places to Shop In the Market, According to Chefsteps Grant Crilly of culinary website Chefsteps shows us around his favorite Pike Place spots. The Cult of Ellenos Is Real How Seattle came to freak out about this (admittedly mind-blowing) Greek yogurt. Meet the Ghosts That Haunt the Market Mercedes Yaeger, owner of Market Ghost Tours, introduces Pike Place’s most distinguished ghouls. Pike and Western Wine Shop Celebrates 40 Years Owner Michael Teer on the iconic corner store and the industry that helped it grow. The Day Pike Place Market Almost Died (Again) How Victor Steinbrueck and his family saved Pike Place Market from demolition (twice). Louie Gong Is an Original A Pike Place designer reclaims appropriated native art—and inspires his community to do the same.