It's almost time to Feast at the Market!

Feast at Home 2021 | September 27 - October 8

Join us for a virtual Feast at the Market! Throughout the online event, participants will have an opportunity to donate at various levels to receive recipes, gift baskets and more from market restaurants and food producers. During the event, patrons will be able to share their at-home creations and connect with other donors. 

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Donation Levels

  • $40 for a specialty cocktail recipe
  • $90 for a specialty cocktail recipe and TWO appetizer recipes
  • $160 for a cocktail, two appetizers, and TWO unique entrée recipe
  • $220 for a cocktail, appetizers, entrées, and a delicious dessert recipe
  • $500 for all our specialty recipes along with a copy of Pike Place Market Recipes Cookbook from Sasquatch Books
  • $1000 level donors will receive all our specialty recipes, the Pike Place Market Recipes Cookbook and a basket full of Pike Place Market goodies

Throughout the event, there will be special prizes, incentives and even a bonus recipe! Keep an eye out or reach out to development@neighborcare.org to be added to our email list. 

2021's Participating Restaurants: Café Campagne, Il Bistro, Le Panier, Le Pichet, Matt's at the Market, Maximilien, and The Pink Door! Get ready to enjoy one-of-a-kind recipes from these Pike Place favorites.

Thank you to our corporate sponsors!

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Thank you to our Feasters and sponsors for supporting Neighborcare Health at Pike Place Market. With your help in 2020, we raised over $45,000 for Pike Place Market clinic! 

Neighborcare Health at Pike Place Market

Feast at the Market is an annual event supporting Neighborcare Health’s Pike Place Market medical clinic, the leading provider of comprehensive primary health care to low-income and uninsured people in downtown Seattle. Through the primary care clinic, REACH, and Housing Health Outreach programs, we provide more than 30,000 medical and mental health care visits each year to over 4,600 patients. Annually 13% of patients are uninsured and 34% are or were recently experiencing homeless.