Public Market, a must-go place for tourists and local people. People who go there not specifically looking for fresh veggie or meat, but extraordinary experience. Ermm, at least I'm not going there for grocery.
I never knew chilies can be sold in that way! How creative! (I looked like shit due to lack of sleep, the hotel wasn't comfy enough.)
"OMG, all kinds of chilies!" He said.
This is definitely more than what we expect in a farmer market, isn't it?
Also, they have some stalls selling other local stuffs like handmade jewelries, flowers, arts, photographs, fabrics and so on.
I was checking on some handmade jewelries.
Sorry, pretty. I have to mosaic your face. Since you were yelling at us not to take any photos of yours, this is the only way I can blog about this.
Don't ask me, I don't know what is this either. Fabric art maybe.
Ohh, this one I know. Flowers :p
Now is the climax. You can skip all the reading before but you can't afford to miss this for sure!!!
Ermm, this picture is plainly random. But we are very close.
Pike Place Chowder, a favorite local place for chowders.
Grab your menu here. It's self-service.
Time to order.
Serving our chowders with sour doughs.
My creamy New England Clam Chowder, US$ 7++
His Seafood Chowder, US$ 7++.
Yummy!!! (sorry again, I really looked like shit that day!)
** Coming Up Next **
Seattle and Coffee; Coffee and I; a three years undecidable relationship.