The Market at dusk.
The market has a place to sit and eat some of that great food!
We have fresh sushi!
The fresh and colorful Produce Market.
Sochil helps a customer at the check stand.
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The Little Store that Rocks
Ballard Market is known for many things — including its produce (fresh plentiful and as local as possible), bulk foods (everything from candy and nuts to flour and spices), sushi bar, food demos, beer & wine & spirits assortment, self-serve bars (like hot food and salad), a seating area (so you can eat all that food) – and a friendly staff.
Many of the employees have been there so long that they have forged lasting friendships with customers and their families.he Market was originally a Lucky Store, but when it opened as Ballard Market in March of 1986, it became the first Town & Country Markets store on the Seattle side of the watehe Market became famous in those early days for “Singles Night,” a way for single...