1.06.2011

Melrose Market

































































































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

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6 comments:

Amanda said...

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/

Alicia@ ecofriendly homemaking said...

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.

iamwoman said...

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

Lauren said...

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

online shopping said...

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

l.alden said...

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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