Melrose Market

• 06 January 2011

































































































Our first two months here in Seattle were pretty difficult, and some days I just needed to find a happy place to wander about for an hour. Enter: Seattle's Melrose Market. I'd read about it in Sunset and thought it sounded right up my alley. In one tidy, little space you'll find a sandwich-maker, (I lived off the Eggplant Swiss at Homegrown during the month of December!), cheesemonger, butcher and florist; which, is coincidentally a mini produce stand as well. Also available at Melrose Market are housewares, fresh baguettes and the chance to dine at the lovely Sitka & Spruce--a restaurant so delicious it's entirely full on weeknights. Next door to the market is a rockin' record joint for those of you who love a little vinyl. In all, it's a wonderful place to visit if you want to experience some amazing food options in a relatively small time frame.

Melrose Market
1501-1535 Melrose Ave

(in Capitol Hill)


image 1 - Sitka & Spruce / images 2-6 Stephanie Brubaker

6 comments:

  1. This place looks amazing! There is a place pretty similar to Melrose Market in Charlottesville, VA. Main Street Market was a wonderful haven for me while we lived in Charlottesville for a couple of years. Thanks for sharing!

    http://www.themainstmarket.com/

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  2. This place looks awesome. It looks so unique. I love places like this. If we lived in the area I would probably be there a lot.

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  3. I love going there! Just wish I lived closer...

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  4. Your posts about Seattle make me want to come visit. I hope you feel moved in by now and things get easier:)

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  5. This place look so nice.Thanks for sharing with us about this place.Thanks for this pot.

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  6. This place reminds me of Main Street Market too, Amanda! In fact, it was my first thought when reading the description (followed by... wish I hadn't moved away from Cville). I love the photos of Melrose Market - especially those light fixtures, the signs and the flower canisters.

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