PCC to open 10th store

This article was originally published in May 2014

Greenlake Village

450 NE 71st St., Seattle

We are delighted to announce that our 10th store will be opening in the Greenlake neighborhood of Seattle on June 4. A few delicious features include a salad bar, smoothie and espresso bars, and our trademark deli. There also will be a classroom so we can offer more PCC Cooks cooking classes.

PCC has grown so much — especially our North Seattle stores — that at busy times the stores are bursting with shoppers and parking has been tight. This new store will provide another option for this busy neighborhood and expand the PCC community. Our existing Greenlake store on Aurora will remain open. All 10 PCC stores will be celebrating during the month of June with storewide specials.

Thanks to all our shoppers and members for their strong support that has allowed PCC to grow. We look forward to seeing you at our new location!

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