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Arcade Lights is going to be finger lickin’ good!

Posted January 16, 2018

Finally the days are seeming a little longer and there is a hint of spring in the air (or was that summer this past weekend). Give yourself something to look forward to and get your tickets to Arcade Lights early this year! Arcade Lights is on Friday, March 23rd and already we have a bevvy of incredible food and drink vendors signed up to serve you incredible bites and sips throughout the night – with many more vendors to come.

New this year we will be expanding Arcade Lights out onto the MarketFront and inviting some Pike Place Market crafters to come play for a Night Market. Not only will you get to sample the best food and drink the Northwest has to offer but you will be able to take home some beautiful, unique souvenirs as well. Get your tickets here! 

Keep reading to meet some of this years amazing food and drink vendors but be prepared to drool a little bit on your keyboard.

Nutty Squirrel Gelato

Nutty Squirrel is a small family business with one goal – to share our love of gelato with our friends in the Northwest. We make our gelato and sorbetto right in the store, using only the freshest ingredients. “We want our shops to be a place to celebrate our local culture and support the community.” We wanted our name to reflect our community as well as our product, which is how “Nutty Squirrel” was born – to represent our beautiful, forested surroundings here in the Northwest, and the fresh nuts we use, like hazelnut, pistachio, and peanuts.

Veraci Pizza

Veraci Pizza features a delicious ultra-thin artisan crust made from our secret recipe. Each batch of dough is hand prepared in a mixing bowl, never by machine. Our mouth-watering pizzas are fired inside our very own clay ovens at screaming 1000 degree temperatures. In ninety seconds, our famous “pizza experience” emerges from the flames to claim its title: “Best Pizza in North America”*

Iron Horse Brewery

Iron Horse Brewery proudly presents some of the best craft beer available, according to our mouths. We don’t adhere to traditional styles, but rather combine flavors and aromas that give our craft beer it’s distinct taste. While we’re probably best known for IRISH DEATH, we have a number of other local craft brews that are independently made from the finest ingredients and other really important marketing words that make our beer sound superior.

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