Q: What is the cancellation policy?

A: All ticket sales are final and non-refundable.

Q: Will the tour be cancelled if it rains?

A: It rains often in Seattle so we keep all tours operating regardless of the weather. Fortunately, a good deal of the tour is covered.

Extra Guests

Q: Are pets allowed?

A: Fury friends are not recommended, as they aren’t allowed many parts of the market. You’ll have to wait outside which defeats the purpose.

Q: Can I bring kids on the food tours?

A: You may bring your children as we leave it up to the parent to make the judgment as to whether they will enjoy this type of activity. Children 3 and under who will not be eating, do not need to buy a ticket.

Q: Can kids join the Cooking Class & Market Tour?

A: Yes, kids may join classes and tours. We leave it up to the parents to make the judgement as to whether or not this it is an activity they would enjoy. Learning and tasting is for everyone!


Q: How much food will be served in the Cooking Class & Market Tour?

A: A seasonal 3-course meal will be planned out. You will not leave hungry.

Q: How much food will be served on the Tasting Food Tour?

A: There will be 16 tastings with 10 vendor stops. This constitutes a meal for many people.

Q: What if I eat Gluten Free or am Lactose Intolerant?

A: Not all tastings contain gluten or dairy. There is still plenty to do, taste and learn on the tours/classes. We can’t accommodate these restrictions for all food samples but will do our best to make substitutions where we can. Please notify us in advance so that we can plan accordingly. As for the cooking class, most of our dishes do not contain gluten and we can make vegetarian accommodations as well.

Q: What if I’m vegetarian?

A : Eat Seattle can accommodate vegetarians but we cannot make substitutions for other dietary restrictions. Please notify us in advance if you will need vegetarian substitutions.


Q: Are restrooms available during the tours?

A: Yes, there are public restrooms available in the market

Q: Is this a fun event for local Seattleites?

A: Absolutely, the Food Tours of Pike Place Market are designed to uncover the story of the Northwest through food. Locals will gain food and history knowledge along the way. The Cooking Classes are more hands-on focused where you will learn about seasonal ingredients and learn new recipes and cooking techniques. Most importantly, all events are fun.

Q: Where do we meet?

A: Food Tours meet outside of Seattle Coffee Works located at 107 Pike St, Seattle. Please arrive 10 minutes before your event starts. If it is raining, feel free to grab a cup of coffee inside and meet the tour guide outside when he/she arrives.

Cooking Classes meet in the Atrium Kitchen. Address: 1433 First Ave


Q: Are there discounts for children?

A: It is a requirement that anyone eating on the tour pays full price.

Q: Can I pay in cash?

A: All tours must be booked through the website.

Q: Should I tip the guide?

A: Gratuities are appreciated for all tours/classes.