What to do (and where to eat) in a lesser-known culinary paradise


There's a dish to satisfy every taste in Seattle, a lesser-known epicurean emporium, writes Katie Wright.

It’s scientifically proven that calories don’t count on holiday, I’m told, as I bite into a sugar-covered doughnut from Daily Dozen — the first of seven stops on my tour of Pike Place Market.

The air is scented with cinnamon and fresh coffee, and the yells of sellers flogging their wares ring out.

I’m reassured by the claim from my guide, Judson (however dubious it might be), because a visit to Seattle’s