Downtown Seattle’s Natural & Organic Grocery Store
WHY WE LOVE IT HERE
Seattle is at the heart of our co-op and we’re proud to be in the heart of the city, too. When you step through our 4th Avenue entrance, you’ll discover an art installation that speaks to strength in unity, reflected each day in our community. Our commitment to Seattle’s most bustling neighborhood continues down every organic aisle, where you’ll find peak-season produce, responsibly harvested seafood and more.
Taking a lunch break? Our in-store cooks have an option for every taste. Snag a slice of hot pizza and bottle of local kombucha, and grab a fresh-baked cookie while you’re at it. Or, pick up a meal for two, family-size salads or ready-to-heat casseroles from the PCC Market Kitchen before you hop on the light rail to head home.
- Pizzeria with hot slices and whole pies
- Hot food and soup bar
- Salad bar
- Free parking garage validated with $5 minimum purchase -- Accessible via Union St
- Full-service seafood counter
- Locally sourced craft spirits
- Bulk grocery
- Bakery with fresh-made goods
- Self-serve coffee and tea
- Full-service cheese counter
WHAT MAKES OUR STORE GREEN?
Downtown PCC is our fourth store to become Living Building Challenge (LBC) Petal Certified. Run by the International Living Future Institute, LBC is the most rigorous green building standard in the world.LEARN MORE
Honor a Northwest artist
Immerse yourself in the work of Andrea M. Wilbur-Sigo — the first known woman carver of many generations in the Coast Salish style. “The Way of Life” explores the connection between people and the environment.
Lunch is served
There’s always something fresh and ready to eat, from slices of hot pizza to our salad bar featuring organic produce to our full-service deli case with 40+ unique dishes crafted by our cooks.
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 food access in Downtown Seattle! Donations to our food bank program help provide grants to neighborhood organizations like Pike Market Senior Center and Food Bank, Pike Place Market Foundation, Northwest Harvest SODO Market, Puget Sound Labor Agency, Asian Counseling and Referral Service, and Seattle Indian Health Board.
Meet the store director
“As the anchor grocery store for a vibrant Downtown Seattle, we are excited to be a part of the revitalization of the neighborhood and are committed to becoming a trusted member of the community. Our goal is to be a space where people can come to enjoy a cup of coffee, catch up with a friend on a lunch break and fill their pantry for the week.”
Jai, Store Director