Situated at the west end of the Pike-Pine neighborhood, Melrose Market is an indoor food and retail market on Capitol Hill in Seattle. It occupies a set of historic automotive buildings constructed between 1919 and 1926, which were ultimately converted into the Melrose Market.

Opened in the spring of 2010 and just up the street from Seattle's downtown shopping district, the Market features a collection of award-winning restauranteurs and retailers including Sitka & Spruce, Rain Shadow MeatsButter Home, Glasswing, MarseilleStill Liquor and Homegrown.  The project is also home to Melrose Market Studios, a large event space and catering facility featuring the original brick and exposed heavy timber structure.

Melrose plays David to Pike Place’s Goliath, attracting a loyal following in the process. To understand why, order a cocktail at Still Liquor or pick up some handcrafted housewares from Butter Home.
— Bon Appetit
This is no food court: It’s a modern incarnation of Pike Place Market with notable locals as vendors, serving up what’s fresh in the Northwest: among them, chef Matt Dillon at Sitka and Spruce, and Taylor Shellfish with its bounty of oysters, clams, and mussels.
— Conde Nast Traveler
The Melrose Market features some of the city’s best independent food purveyors, as well as shops and a restaurant and bar from a renowned Seattle chef.
— New York Times
This urban refuge amid old-growth-timber beams, steel braces and exposed brick brings a Pike Place Market feel to the Hill.
— Seattle Magazine