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Seattle

Central Co-op
Going strong for 35 years on Capitol Hill, these guys are everything you'd want in a co-op and more.
1600 E Madison St, Seattle, Capitol Hill

picnic: a food + wine boutique
Located in Seattle's most family friendly neighborhood, you'll find all of the finest pantry products and more (Vino) in one spot. 
6801 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, Phinney Ridge

Cone & Steiner
A beautiful new store rooted in the general store of old, be sure to bring your empty growler when you pay these guys a visit. 
32 19th Ave E, Seattle, Capitol Hill

Macrina Bakery
You'll find these guys on all sorts of "Best of"  and "Top 10" lists. Make this your morning latte stop or treat yourself for lunch.
2408 1st Ave, Seattle, Belltown
615 W McGraw St, Seattle, Queen Anne
1943 1st Ave S, Seattle, SODO

Sugarpill
Tucked away in a cozy storefront smack dab in the bustle of Capitol Hill and full of every imaginable herb for cooking as well as all of your naturopathic needs.  
900 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122, Capitol Hill

Rain Shadow Meats
These guys don't mess around. They do it all from whole animal butchery to class demonstrations and generally serve as a neighborhood anchor.
404 Occidental Ave South, Seattle, Pioneer Square

Marketime Foods
One of Seattle's great remaining neighborhood grocery markets, you'll find everything you need to impress your date with a home cooked meal here. 
4416 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, Fremont

Bert's Red Apple
A Madison Valley icon since 1937, this places still maintains it's charm as the neighborhood grocery market. Shop here frequently and expect to hear your name when you walk through the doors.
1801 41st Ave E, Seattle, Madison Park

The Mailbox Ballard
This place is a real community asset. Not only can the wonderful bunch behind the counter handle all of your shipping needs, they've also got you covered with a great selection of last minute, local food gifts your parents will love!
2400 NW 80th St, Seattle, North Ballard

Marx Foods
Everything you'll find on their shelves has been approved by the team of tastebuds behind the scene, making these guys Seattle's Culinary Concierge. And trust us, their tastebuds are spot on. 
144 Western Ave W, Seattle, Lower Queen Anne

Beacon Avenue Sandwiches
Looking for a meal? A real meal? You won’t leave hungry we can promise you that. Be sure to ask for Mustard and Co. on your sandwich!
2505 Beacon Ave S, Beacon Hill

Chefshop.com - Storefront
This is a store full of flavor, from the best raw ingredients to the best finished products. We're honored to be on the same shelves as a bunch of our idols in the specialty food arena :)
1425 Elliott Ave W, Interbay 

DeLaurenti
A must visit for any visitor to Seattle, or for your everyday Seattleite for that matter, this wonderful shop is located in the heart of Pike Place Market. 
1435 1st Ave, Seattle, Pike Place Market

Pasta & Co
No need to cross Lake Washington to visit these guys. You'll find one in U-Village (a perfect place to grab a snack while shopping) and in the heart of Bellevue (a go-to lunch spot). 
4622 26th Ave NE, Seattle, University District
10218 NE 8th St # 2, Bellevue

West Seattle Produce
This one is well known among West Seattleites. Locals visit this place to grab the fixin's for their daily juice or a summer fruit pie. 
4722 Fauntleroy Way SW, Seattle, West Seattle

Husky Deli
Family owned for three generations and still rocking and rolling in old-fashioned style. Grab a deli sandwich, an ice cream cone and some bulk candy!
4721 California Ave SW, Seattle, West Seattle

Eat Local
Let these guys do the cooking for you. Swing by any of the Eat Local locations after work and pickup a couple very quality (and tasty) prepared dinners, desserts and heck, while you're at it, breakfast for the AM. 
503 Broadway E, Seattle, Capitol Hill
2400 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, Queen Anne
405 Union St, Seattle, Downtown

The Pantry at Delancey
Learn about the magic behind (literally) Delancey in cooking classes ranging from home brewing to a Japanese soba workshop. Be sure to arrive a bit early to grab a pre-class drink up front at Essex.
1417 NW 70th St, Seattle, Ballard

Pete's Wine Shop - Eastlake
Nestled along Lake Union and its clusters of house boats, Pete's is the neighborhood grocery of choice. And as you might guess, expect to find just the wine you're looking for - they have a full aisle of it. 
58 E Lynn St, Seattle, Eastlake

Uwajimaya
Everyone has heard of the Uwajimaya, and if you haven't been, we suggest you take a trip. Grab some fresh fish, a bottle of mustard and get cooking. 
600 5th Ave S, Seattle, International District
 699 120th Ave NE, Bellevue

Dandelion Botanical Company
Find every imaginable natural cure to whatever may ail you at Ballard's herbal apothecary. Got the bold-mustard-itch? Yup, they've got your covered!
5424 Ballard Ave NW #103, Seattle, Ballard

Bill the Butcher (Multiple locations)
If you’re looking for a butcher that knows their meat, strike up a conversation with the crew behind the counter at any of their shops. You’ll be happy you did. 
4612B Stone Way N, Wallingford
3600 NE 45th St., Laurelhurst
3800 34th Ave W, Magnolia

 


Washington State

Marlene's Market (multiple locations)
Having started in 1976 as an early provider of natural foods, Marlene still has a hand in day-to-day operations. I think it's fair to say she has a passion for it. 
2565 Gateway Center Blvd S, Federal Way, WA
2951 S 38th St, Tacoma, WA

B & E Meats (multiple locations)
A family owned business since 1958, these guys hold true to the traditional meat markets of yesterday making them a go to source in each community they’ve setup shop.
22501 Marine View Dr S, Des Moines
15003 Ambaum Blvd SW, Burien
13024 Newcastle Way, Newcastle

Little General Food
LGFS hopes to serve those in and around downtown Olympia with fresh, local, and artisan foods. Stocking grab and go lunches as well as grocery and pantry items, LGFS is a dream convenience store that sells real food!
313 5th Avenue, Suite A, Olympia

The Cheesemonger's Table
Edmonds residents are lucky to have this shop amongst their quaint downtown. Having over 100 cheeses from around the world as well as other great finds to go with,  this is a cheese shop for the biggest of cheese enthusiasts.
203 5th Avenue South, Edmonds

Tacoma Food Co-op
What a wonderful and welcoming shop in the midst of Tacoma's thriving 6th Ave corridor. The folks running the show here are super nice and super helpful in finding wholesome foods!
3002 6th Ave, Tacoma

Normandy Park Market
A new grocery store with a fresh twist. Grab your staples here and keep an eye out for other local finds. 
19805 1st Ave S, Suite 100, Normandy Park, WA

Bayleaf
Otherwise know as Whidbey Island’s source for all thing delicious, we’d suggest going by to ask them about how they cook Paella over a wood fire pit. 
101 Coveland, Coupeville (Whidbey Island)

The Market at Mosby Farms
Farm stands are just cool. Plain and simple. And this one... well, it's one of the coolest we've been to. They've got everything you need for a snack break along a bike ride or a country picnic, including, of course, just the right sauce to perfect that turkey sandwich.
12754 SE Green Valley Road, Auburn

Greenbank Cheese Shop
There's so much more to do here than just taste cheese and wine (though that should certainly be a priority). Take your dog for a walk on the Greenbank farm, have a picnic or explore the art galleries! 
765 Wonn Rd #B101, Greenbank

Molbak's Garden + Home
This is a green thumb's paradise. There's plants everywhere and everything you need to enjoy their company. Even a nicely curated selection of specialty foods, including...
13625 NE 175th St., Woodinville, WA 98072

  


The rest of the world...

Richmond, VA: Ellwood Thompson's Local Market
Everything you would want in a local market: friendly folks, crisp produce, run-ins with neighbors, and of course, Mustard and Co. :) 
4 N Thompson St, Richmond, VA 23221

Charleston, SC: Caviar & Bananas
Part gourmet market, part cafe, and the name says it all. What more do you need? In fact, if we could make one edit, we'd request: Caviar, Mustard & Bananas, but hey, we're biased :) At any rate, as the name implies, this place has everything a foodie could ever need or want, whether you're cooking at home or eating in. 

Hudson, NY: Olde Hudson
Whether you're looking to cook a special dinner or take pride in working with the best ingredients around, this should be your go-to source. And if you need a bit of inspiration, ask Dena - she'll set you up for success no problem. 

Corona del Mar, CA: Vin Goat
Take your pick of one of their 200+ premier cheeses, all personally vetted by the cheesemongers running the show. You won't be disappointed. 
3326 East Coast Hwy, Newport Beach, CA

Denver: Western Daughters
New to the mile-high scene and making themselves known, this butcher shoppe makes meat so inviting vegetarians may second-guess themselves - it's true, at least in the owner's case. 
3326 Tejon Street, Denver, CO

Vancouver: The Modern Pantry
Offering great finds from around the globe, as well as classes, these guys are ultimately about connecting consumers and producers. You gotta love that.
1362 Marine Dr, West Vancouver, BC, Canada

Boise: a'Tavola Gourmet Marketplace & Cafe
Swing by for lunch on the outdoor patio and grab some food gifts to take home with you all in one visit. You can even catch these guys at the beautiful Idaho Shakespeare Festival!
1515 W Grove St, Boise, ID

Brooklyn: Gourmet Guild Williamsburg
This place has it all. Literally. It's a specialty foods and gift shop, bake shop, coffee shop, scoop (ice cream) shop, a café & beer tavern. Why would you ever leave? 
110 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY

Los Angeles: Organix
Take the X in Organix seriously, as these guys have the X-factor for healthy living. They pride themselves on providing foods and encouraging lifestyles that lead to health and longevity. What's not to like about that?
1731 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA

Santa Barbara: C'est Cheese
This place is a mecca for the cheese enthusiast. You'll find just the right cheese with just the right stink and everything that goes with it - wines, salumi, crackers, and of course, mustard. And while you're at it, stick around for an amazing lunch or breakfast grilled cheese... you'll be happy you did.
825 Santa Barbara St, Santa Barbara, CA

San Diego: Pigment
A beautiful curation of all sorts of goods we know you'll want, perhaps even need to have, Pigment carries everything from the coolest owl lamp to, well, mustard! 
3801 30th St, San Diego, CA

Portland: Elephants Delicatessen
If we could, we’d camp out in this shop for weeks and eat everything in sight. The nice thing? We would never run out of amazing food :)
115 NW 22nd Ave, Portland, OR

Tillamook, OR: Blue Heron
Make a trip out to Oregon country to visit these guys. Bring the kids and make a day out of it - they’ve got lunch covered, gifts covered, and even a petting farm. 
2001 Blue Heron Drive, Tillamook, OR

San Francisco: Marina Meats
The epitome of the neighborhood local butcher. Find the best local meats, gather expert advice, and walk home happy. Heck, they even have Pizza Sausage. What's not to like. 
395 Chestnut St, San Francisco, CA

New York City: Lucy's Whey Chelsea Market
If you're in NYC and looking to throw a killer dinner party, you've got to visit Lucy's Whey. You'll walk out of there with all the cheese and accompaniments you need to impress. My bet is they even have a playlist recommendation.
425 W 15th St, New York, NY 

Connecticut: Fairfield Cheese Company and Greenwich Cheese Company
As they say, good things come in small packages. In this case, in small states. These sister cheese shops scour the country and the world for the best cheeses you can get and everything that sits pretty, and tastes good alongside. 
2090 Post Rd, Fairfield, CT 06824
154 E Putnam Ave, Cos Cob, CT 06807

Red Hook, New York: Clove Kitchen Market
Clove Market is just the shop we'd create if we had our own. It's all about bringing folks together over goods worth conversing about - ones made by makers, with quality ingredients, and authentic stories. All that coupled with a custom experience each time you walk through their door. What more could you dream of?
7. E Market St., Red Hook, NY 12571

Lititz, PA: Lancaster's Specialty Market
We like these guys because we like their attitude: as they stand by, grocery shopping should be fun. And that's exactly what they've set out to do by bringing in unique and interesting goods matched with exceptional customer service that knows the ins and outs of what you'll find.
2 E 28th Division Hwy #10, Lititz, PA 17543

Online

Our shop
Buy a pack directly from us through our online shop.
Seattle, WA

Food 52
Another great online food resource. Not only can you fully equip your kitchen with everything from knives to spices, they also highlight some top-notch recipes. Check 'em out.
New York City, NY

Hatchery
Let the good stuff come to you. Hatchery curates the best, and tastiest ingredients from around the country and sends them to your stoop in a monthly box. Your cooking will never be the same. 
Boca Raton, FL

Chefshop.com - Storefront
This is a store full of flavor, from the best raw ingredients to the best finished products. We're honored to be on the same shelves as a bunch of our idols in the specialty food arena :)
Seattle, WA

PantryPicks.com
Trust us, you'll want everything on this site. Pantry Picks has all the best food products we've seen out there in the field, so quit your searching!
Washington D.C.

MakrBox
Founded by a stellar trio of entrepreneurs, MakrBox highlights the best of the best PNW finds, from small batch food to hand-carved spoons. Subscribe and each month you'll find a box de awesomeness at your door. 
Seattle, WA

Mouth
These guys are stellar. They curate some of the best finds from producers like us all around the country, and make it your go-to, one-stop shop.
Brooklyn, NY

Bites! Artful Food Baskets & Pantry
Search no further Canadians, Bites! has you covered. Don't expect to find your run-of-the mill food baskets here - the gal behind the scene makes sure to curate the best and the bestest.
Toronto, Ontario

c&j craft
Their motto: "Taking the road less traveled to bring you the best of artisanal America." If that doesn't sound awesome, we're not sure what does. Follow their journey and see what they discover. 
Here you'll find tons of items that are yet to be discovered. Undiscovered Kitchen has managed to put together quite the collection of goods, so be prepared, you may end up spending a bit more than your lunch break looking through all the good stuff they have available. 

myPanier is a marketplace where makers of fine local foods can connect with a global audience to sell their products and share their passion.
Lake Forest, CA