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OPEN 8:20am to 4pm Mon - Fri, 8:20 - 2pm Sat - Sun

Meals served every day of the week
- Breakfast, 8:20am to 9am
- Lunch, 12 noon to 1pm
 (weekends 11:30am-12:30pm)

CLOSED the first Thursday of each month
April 4, May 2, June 6)

For questions about all other Senior Center programs
call 206 728 2773 or email:

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Food Bank Hours
Tuesday: 12 noon - 3pm
Wednesday: 3pm - 7pm
Thursday: 12 noon - 3pm

CLOSED the first Thursday of each month 
(April 4, May 2, June 6)

Food Bank open to people of any age.
206 626 6462

The Pike Market Senior Center & Food Bank is located in the historic Pike Place Market. We have been serving our neighbors in the heart of Seattle since 1978. 

The Senior Center serves people age 55 and up. Membership is free and there are no fees for meals, services or regular activities. While people from all walks of life are members of PMSC, we are pioneers in offering senior center programming to elders who are homeless.  

The Food Bank serves people of any age, offering free groceries, ready-to-eat food for clients experiencing homelessness, and home delivery for qualified residents of Downtown Seattle.

Healthy meals


The Senior Center serves a free, nutritious breakfast and lunch every day of the week. Learn more about the Senior Meals Program.

Healthy activities


Free fitness and socially engaging activities for older adults can be found at the Senior Center. Learn more about the Activities Program.

Social work


The Senior Center offers one-on-one case management to help homeless elders find a safe place to live. Need a quick bit of help? We offer Information & Assistance daily. Learn more about the Social Services Program.

Food security


Downtown residents of any age can find fresh groceries, and ready-to-eat food at the Food Bank. Learn more about the Pike Market Food Bank.

Land Acknowledgement

The Pike Market Senior Center & Food Bank acknowledges that we work on the unceded, traditional land of the Coast Salish Peoples, specifically the first people of Seattle, the Duwamish People, original stewards of the land, past and present. We honor with gratitude the land itself and the Duwamish Tribe.

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This project was supported, in whole or in part, by federal award number SLFRP0152 awarded to King County Washington by the US Department of the Treasury. Points of view in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the US Department of the Treasury.

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