Ballard’s Natural & Organic Grocery Store
WHY WE LOVE IT HERE
Anchored near a plethora of local breweries, just beneath the hustle and bustle of the bridge, Ballard PCC is a hub for a wide variety of co-op goers. You’ll find commuters grabbing their morning coffee from our organic café, neighborhood regulars saying cheers over made-to-order seafood dishes, and weekend wanderers taking in rooftop views of Salmon Bay with Emerald City Salad in hand.
In true maritime fashion, Ballard PCC features a nautical-themed art installation crafted by local artist, Kyler Martz — a welcoming element of the store. Once you’re inside, you can dig in to our food hall-style market featuring scratch-made stations from the pizzeria to the taqueria.
- Grass-fed yogurt bar
- Full-service meat & seafood counter
- Locally sourced craft spirits
- Bulk grocery including health & body care
- Café with organic espresso and tea
- Bakery with scratch-made goods
- Mexican-style taqueria
- Full-service cheese counter with antipasti
- Pizzeria with hot slices and whole pies
- Hot food and soup bar
- Salad bar
- Weekly wine tastings
- Build-your-own grain bowls
- Rooftop deck and dining area
- Fast-casual seafood restaurant
Build your own grain bowl
Choose from grains, proteins and toppings for a custom bowl or pick up a premade option for a quick, well-rounded lunch.
Lunch with a view
Whether you opt for a hot slice, made-to-order burrito or scoop of your favorite scratch-made salad, you can enjoy your meal with a side of canal views from our rooftop dining area.
Taste one-of-a-kind wines
Raise a glass to small vineyards, exclusive blends and our oh-so-knowledgeable staff at our weekly wine tastings starting in December.
Enjoy zero-waste shopping for the whole household — from cereals and flours to shampoo and laundry detergent.
WHAT MAKES OUR STORE GREEN?
Ballard PCC is our second store to pursue Living Building Challenge (LBC) Petal Certification. Run by the International Living Future Institute, LBC is the most rigorous green building standard in the world.LEARN MORE
Meet the store director
“I started as a cashier with PCC in 2008 as my first job out of college. At the time, I didn’t know anything about the co-op, our principles, our outstanding employees or our dedicated customers. Since accepting that summer job, I have been given opportunities to learn, teach and grow with the company. I now have the privilege to be able to guide and support others as they do the same.”
James Parker, Store Director