At the boutique neighborhood market Cone & Steiner in Seattle’s Pioneer Square, you’ll find everything from gourmet coffee to local produce and fresh flowers.
You can think of Cone & Steiner as an old-fashioned general store that has jam-packed as much Seattle merchandise as possible into one space.
It also just so happens to be Evening reporter Kim Holcomb’s favorite place to grab a kombucha drink. But if you’re craving something more filling try the Eva’s crackers or spiced kale. The market carried a curated selection of gourmet foods.
Need a drink? The brew their own custom coffee and have a signature Cone & Steiner beer. Don’t forget your growler, the market has a filling station with six local beers on tap.
Cone & Steiner also serves up quick, convenient meals. We tried their signature Jalapeno Hot Dog and the Turkey and Provolone Sandwich. The perfect place to head for a quick bite.
The first Cone & Steiner was actually established in 1915 and had the same basic concept as the updated version.
Cone & Steiner
135 South King Street, Seattle, WA 98104