View Ridge’s Natural & Organic Grocery Store

Store Info

Store hours

Daily 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Reserved shopping hour

Friday and Saturday, 7 to 8 a.m.

Reserved hour is for those 60+, pregnant or at risk.

Store policies

Why We Love It Here

Maybe it’s the close proximity to the beach, or the laid-back vibe of our regular shoppers, but our View Ridge store always has a friendly, relaxed pace — even during our busiest times of the day. While this PCC location is one of our smaller stores, it’s big on relationships.

Situated at the apex of Seattle’s Bryant, Ravenna and View Ridge neighborhoods, you’ll find parents filling their carts with organic groceries for the week, doctors and nurses from nearby Children’s Hospital stopping in for something from the hot bar, and picnic-seekers foraging our grab-and-go items. At View Ridge PCC, everyone feels like family.

Store Features

  • Made-to-order organic espresso and tea
  • Hot food and soup bar
  • Grilled sandwiches
  • Bulk food section
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Donate Locally

Why not support our local food banks? Next time you pass through, choose to give. We accept monetary donations for the University District Food Bank at checkout year-round.

KIDS FORAGE OUR FRUIT FREELY

We’re excited to share our bounty of organic goodness, so every child under 12 gets a free piece of fruit or veggie on the house.

Pack Up a Picnic

Magnuson Park is right down the road and Bryant Neighborhood Playground is across the street, so grab some prosciutto and farm-fresh cheese or kid-friendly snacks for a midweek picnic.

Be Good to the Environment

Being eco-friendly is kind of our thing. That’s why we’re proud to have energy-efficient frozen food cases, energy-saving night shades and recycling and compost bins.

Ellen

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

View Ridge PCC