Melrose plays David to Pike Place’s Goliath, attracting a loyal following in the process. To understand why, order a cocktail at Still Liquor or pick up some handcrafted housewares from Butter Home.
— Bon Appetit
This is no food court: It’s a modern incarnation of Pike Place Market with notable locals as vendors, serving up what’s fresh in the Northwest: among them, chef Matt Dillon at Sitka and Spruce, and Taylor Shellfish with its bounty of oysters, clams, and mussels.
— Conde Nast Traveler
The Melrose Market features some of the city’s best independent food purveyors, as well as shops and a restaurant and bar from a renowned Seattle chef.
— New York Times
This urban refuge amid old-growth-timber beams, steel braces and exposed brick brings a Pike Place Market feel to the Hill.
— Seattle Magazine