Ballard’s Natural & Organic Grocery Store

Store Info

Store hours

Daily 6 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Thanksgiving Day hours

All stores closed.

Store policies


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 stocking up on staples, 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 organic salad bar.

Store Features

  • 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
  • Full-service cheese counter with antipasti
  • Pizzeria with hot slices and whole pies
  • Hot food and soup bar
  • Salad bar
  • Rooftop deck and dining area


Ballard PCC is the first Living Building Challenge (LBC) Petal Certified grocery store in the world. Run by the International Living Future Institute, LBC is the globe’s most rigorous green building standard.

Taste one-of-a-kind sips

Say cheers to small vineyards, local breweries and our oh-so-knowledgeable staff at our weekly tastings.

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Lunch with a view

Whether you opt for a hot slice, grilled sandwich or scoop of your favorite scratch-made salad, you can enjoy your meal with a side of canal views from our rooftop dining area.

Kids forage freely

Let your little one delight in something new. Kids under 12 get a free veggie or piece of fruit on the house.

Bulk up

Enjoy zero-waste shopping for the whole household — from spices and flours to shampoo and laundry detergent.


Meet the Store Director

“The work we do at PCC connects our neighborhoods with global food systems as well as local growers, makers and artisans of all kinds. It also connects neighbors to each other. I am reminded every day that neighborhood grocery stores are a touchstone for many people in our society and that food is a timeless way to bring people together. Our community is engaged and committed to a successful, thriving, sustainable co-op and I am proud to be a part of it.”

Ellen, Store Director

Ballard PCC

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Don’t Just Shop Your Values. Own Them.

When you’re a PCC member, your voice and your groceries go further — every purchase you make supports our community. Join our co-op today for a one-time fee of $60 and enjoy a lifetime of benefits, including exclusive offers and events, partner discounts with local businesses and more.

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