Fremont PCC

Store Info

Hours

Open daily 6 a.m. to midnight

Holiday hours

Christmas Eve: Open until 7 p.m.
Christmas Day: Closed
New Year's Eve: Open until 10 p.m.
New Year's Day: Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Popular Hours
Contact

206-632-6811

Address
600 North 34th Street
Seattle, WA 98103
Notes

Free underground parking

Why We Love it Here

Often called The Center of the Universe, Fremont is home to everything from tech giants to a giant troll to naked cyclists, thanks to the annual Solstice parade. You can feel the neighborhood’s diverse and eclectic vibe everywhere — including our store, where you might find corporate lunch-goers grabbing scratch-made salads from the deli, young families fueling up with a cookie or croissant, and residents from upstairs chatting up our tenured staff, some with more than 35 years of experience at PCC.

Store Features

  • Mexican-style Taqueria
  • Build-your-own grain bowls
  • Locally sourced craft spirits
  • Self-serve pizzeria with hot slices and whole pies
  • Hot food and soup bar
  • Fresh-cut fruits and vegetables
  • Self-serve grass-fed yogurt bar
  • Salad bar
  • Antipasti bar
  • Full-service cheese counter
  • Grilled sandwiches
  • Bulk food section
Take a store tour
QuencH Late-Night Cravings

We’re open ’til midnight seven days a week, so stop in for a sandwich, a cold kombucha or whatever you’re in the mood for.

Say Hello to the Troll

Grab something from our hot bar and head up the street to see Fremont’s famous troll who lives under the Aurora Bridge.

THAT’S THE SPIRIT

In addition to beer, wine and ciders, pick up a bottle from our carefully curated selection of local craft spirits, hand-selected by Seattle Magazine’s 2017 Wine Steward of the Year.

MAKE TONIGHT TAQUERIA NIGHT

When you’re in the mood for Mexican, stop by our in-store Taqueria. We’re serving up slow-roasted (and scratch-made) favorites like Pork Adobado, Chicken Verde, and Squash with Garbanzos.

Jennifer Beus

Meet the Store Director

“Our store rests right in the heart of this vibrant and creative community, where artists meet engineers for lunch in the deli. This is so much more than a grocery store; it’s truly an inspired place to work and shop.”

Jennifer Beus, Store Director
Fremont PCC