American/New American
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This hidden bistro behind the Pike Place Market fish tossers is français to the max—down to the black-and-white floor tiles and très cosmopolitan little bar boasting regulars who come for the hard-to-find aperitifs. But the little place with the charming ferry view has a Seattleite soul, lighting with particular fondness on Northwest seafood. The bacony steamed mussels are locally famous—they’re an appealing antidote to the ubiquitous wine-butter rendition, served in a tangy balsamic near-gravy you’ll want every last Grand Central Bakery baguette to dispatch. Other dishes ply the regions between solid and pleasing, with the occasional foray into truly admirable—like the lush creme brulee for dessert.

Meal Times
Dinner, Lunch
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Place Pigalle

81 Pike St, Seattle, WA, 98101
Pike Place Market  •  206-624-1756
Sun–Thu 5:30pm–9:30pm<br> Fri & Sat 5:30pm–10pm