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Reviewed April 4, 2018 via mobile

Very overcrowded and overpriced inside. Filled with tourist. Couldn’t enjoy walking in bc overcrowded. Nice to stroll around the outside on the waterfront.

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Reviewed April 3, 2018

Great for a wander through to see what Seattle has to offer. Very close to the original Starbucks store, and close to the main Pier. Information booth staff was witty and delightful on the day we visited. :)

Thank AdventuringPerthian
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Reviewed April 3, 2018 via mobile

Don't expect to see anything out of the ordinary here - just ugly jewelry, glass art and too many honey stands. The fish market is fun for a minute, until you have to move out of the way for the hoards of people that are trying to take photos over your head. Basically like any other street market anywhere - just with more bums outside.

Thank Lauren R
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Reviewed April 3, 2018 via mobile

Beautiful Market. The seafood section is absolutely impressive, it doesn’t smell bad and they sell the biggest lobster tails, crab legs and fish I’ve ever seen in my life. The flowers section is very beautiful and in the market you can also find organic candies, chocolates, jam and syrups which by the way are delicious. Outside the Market you can have a cup of coffee at the first Starbucks in the world (a great experience) and then grab freshly baked sweet breads at Le Panier (almost beside Starbucks). Finally, if you are a fan of Crab legs, I would recommend eating at Cutters which is also some steps beside the Market.

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Reviewed April 3, 2018 via mobile

So much to see and do!! Great food and cider to be had and stunning bouquets of flowers on the cheap!! So many businesses, this is easily an all day venture. Tons of souvenirs to be had and sights to be seen

Thank heathern525
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