Everything from vintage clothing to jewelry to my favorite food options

It's Seattle's best neighborhood market for brunching, browsing, people-watching, trend spotting, dog walking, and treasure hunting. Although this is a popular year-round Sunday market, it's not jam-packed with people, so it's easy to stroll from vendor to vendor. People are wearing masks and maintaining social distance.

This Sunday we tried some momos, a tamale, and a stuffed pretzel from 3 different vendors. They were all spectacular. We also enjoyed different smoothies and they were so yummy.

I lived in Fremont for almost five years and every time I visited the market there was something new. It has become more and more clothing and vintage-focused in the past couple of years. There are still plenty of food trucks and eating options, grab your meal while you browse through the clothes, records, handmade jewelry, and more. You can also bring your dog and enjoy a dog walk. It is especially lovely on a sunny morning!

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I'm a Businessman and i usually travel within the US for my business trips. I love to explore different and unique places.

Seattle, WA

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