Pike Place Market: The Holy Grail of Cheap Eats

Your guide to the best, most affordable handheld (or close to it) meals at the holy grail of cheap e

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Your guide to the best, most affordable handheld (or close to it) meals at the holy grail of cheap eats, the Pike Place Market

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1. Three-piece cod fish and chips or Dungeness crab cocktail at
Jack’s Fish Spot: $5.99 and $5.89

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2.  Pelmeni (your choice of beef, turkey, pork, chicken or lamb)
and a cup of borscht at Café Yarmarka: $7.95

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3. Le Panier's crisp, savory champignon, pastry made with porcini
and button mushrooms and baked in a creamy white sauce: $3.50

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4. Grilled salmon sandwich on toasted baguette and a side of slaw
at Market Grill: $10.95

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