Who doesn't love a layover in Seattle? Bourdain indulges in runny and smelly cheeses at Calf and Kid, checks out the aerial view of the city from a seaplane and gets a not-so-family-friendly tour of Seattle's ...Go to Episode
Tony visits this whimsical wonderland of toys, games and anything else you can imagine.
1300 N 45th St
Seattle, WA 98103
Visit this eclectic store in West Seattle.
4559 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116
Tony visits several vendors, including Calf and Kid, where the cheesemonger offers public tastings of her French triple crèmes and cheeses like farmstead tomme from super-small, local producers.
1501-1535 Melrose Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
For visitors looking to purchase fresh, local fish and produce, there’s the Pike Place Market -- the oldest farmers market in the United States.
85 Pike Place
Seattle, WA 98101
Head to this famous shop located in Pioneer Square run by Mario Batali's father, Armandino Batali.
309 Third Ave South
Seattle, WA 98104
Tony heads to the Seaplane Terminal on Lake Union. Just a 20-minute seaplane trip away is Penn Cove Shellfish, home to the oldest and largest mussel farm in the US.
1325 Fairview Ave East
Seattle, WA 98102
Roam the subterranean passages that once were the main roadways of Pioneer Square. Take the adults-only “Underworld Tour,” incorporating discussions of prostitution, the opium trade and other less family-friendly elements of Seattle's history.
608 First Ave
Seattle, WA 98140
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