Their slogan is “honest to goodness, kick-ass biscuits” and we kind of have to agree. This great new addition to the Pike Place Market, Honest Biscuits, features mouth-watering biscuit goodness straight up and gluten free. The menu offers butter/jam biscuits, sandwiches, two different kinds of gravy and grits! We recently tried “The MacGregor” which features bacon from Bavarian Meats, caramelized onions and Beecher’s Flagship Cheese. Many of the menu items feature local favorites from the Market. Honest Biscuits is located in the Atrium of the Economy Building (just upstairs across from the giant squid). We recommend giving them a try as soon as possible!
Honest Biscuits is open daily 8am-5pm
Check out the Utrip tool now available on our website for planning your next Seattle adventure! This eConcierge tool looks at your travel dates and preferences and helps you plan your visit based on your interests. Build your own, first time traveler, local recommendations or looking for new adventures, Utrip offers hundreds of choices. Feel free to take a look and contact our Front Desk staff, available 24 hours a day, to assist you with booking tours or restaurant reservations. Happy planning!
Hope to see you all next Tuesday, July 14th for Cafe Campagne’s 13th annual Bastille Day Celebration! Head to Post Alley behind the Inn at the Market for live music, burlesque and street performers, oysters, street food, beer and wine! This party is one of our favorite events of the summer that we look forward to every year.
Cafe Campagne Bastille Day Celebration July 14th, 4-9:30pm
Disguise: Masks and Global African Art is now open at the Seattle Art Museum. This exhibit features contemporary works of art depicting the evolution of the mask and forms of disguise in 21st-century culture. We had an opportunity to see this wonderful show recently and highly recommend making your way to SAM. If you are visiting the Inn at the Market, book our Museum Package and your overnight stay will include room, parking and two VIP access tickets to the show.
Disguise: Masks and Global African Art runs now through September 7th.
Photo Credit: An Ancestor Takes a Photograph (video still), 2014, Wura-Natasha Ogunji, United States/Nigeria, b. 1970, video, filmed in Lagos, Nigeria, Seattle Art Museum, Commission, 2015. © Wura-Natasha Ogunji.
For the first time in the history of the U.S. Open, the Pacific Northwest will be the host for this annual golf tournament. Chambers Bay Golf Course located southeast of Seattle in University Place, is also the youngest course to host the event. Visitors from all over have come to see this prestigious competition. Yesterday was the kick off for the event with opening ceremonies where visitors were able to catch a glimpse of the U.S. Open Championship Trophy. Golfers can be seen this week exploring the course and prepping for championship rounds this Thursday, June 18th. Read the history of the Chambers Bay Course here. If you are interested in taking part in any of the festivities, check out details here on what to expect.