What's the perfect way to spend a Sunday afternoon? Here are three of my favs!
1. Fremont Sunday Market
You might start your afternoon by strolling through the Fremont Sunday Market where you'll find jewelry, handmade crafts, vintage clothing, antiques and local artwork. If you are a bit hungry, there are usually a couple of gourmet food trucks onsite and vendors selling homemade pies and other tasty street food.
The Fremont Market is open year round, rain or shine, and boasts up to 200 vendors. I particularly love the location, right alongside the Fremont Cut. A lovely spot to take a break, enjoy a picnic lunch and watch the boats head to Lake Union or the Ballard Locks.
Fremont Sunday Market, 10am-4pm year round, 3401 Evanston Ave N
2. Theo Chocolate
Next, walk a block to Seattle's own Theo Chocolate for mouth watering fair trade, organic confections. Who doesn't love chocolate, right?
You'll find a retail store with a wide variety of handcrafted chocolates and an entertaining and informative factory tour ($10 per person). Free samples included.
Theo Chocolate, Open 10am-6pm daily, 3400 Phinney Ave N
3. Mischief Distillery
As you wind down your afternoon, there are a number of places in Fremont to quench your thirst. I thoroughly enjoy spending time at Mischief Distillery. I didn't realize that all spirits are gluten-free due to the distillation process. That made my day! Emily and Laura are super nice, a wealth of information and know how to mix a cocktail or two!
Hey, there. I'm Karen. Writer, photo enthusiast and urban lover. Sharing my favorite things to do in Seattle neighborhoods.