Central District’s Natural & Organic Grocery Store
WHY WE LOVE IT HERE
One of Seattle’s oldest neighborhoods, Central District is a historically Black community with a vibrant past. This important role is celebrated inside our store, where an art installation connects the area’s rich history with its current makeup. Longtime residents and newcomers alike will also find an array of peak-season produce, organic pantry staples, and scratch-made entrees for any night of the week.
Swing by the bulk department for an assortment of snacks before heading to the play area at nearby Powell Barnett Park or grab one of our family-sized salads and ready-to-heat casseroles if it’s been a busy day. There’s something for everyone at the corner of 23rd and Union.
Honored to be neighbors.
We connected with local leaders and organizations to learn how we can respect and honor the fabric of the Central District. Find out what we’ve learned and the actions we are taking to be a good neighbor and partner.
- Full-service meat & seafood counter
- Locally sourced craft spirits
- Free parking garage accessible via 22nd Ave
- Pizzeria with hot slices and whole pies
- Bulk grocery including health & body care
- Antipasti bar
- Scratch-made baked goods
- Hot sandwiches
Celebrate Central District
Get inspired while you shop with an installation by local artist and Central District native, Jite Agbro. The piece aims to connect the fabric of Central District’s rich history to a new composition today. “I hope the installation inspires people to reflect on and embrace the vibrant history of this area,” says Jite.
Enjoy zero-waste shopping for the whole household — from cereals and flours to shampoo and laundry detergent.
Taste one-of-a-kind sips
Say cheers to small vineyards, local breweries and our oh-so-knowledgeable staff at our weekly tastings.See schedule
Support your neighborhood food bank! Donations to our food bank program help purchase Northwest-grown produce for Byrd Barr Place.Learn more
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
Central District PCC