KEN'S MARKET
7231 Greenwood Ave. N
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 784-3470
Open 6 am - 11 pm, 7 days a week
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MARKETIME FOODS
4416 Fremont Ave. N
Seattle, WA 98103
(206) 632-8958
Open 6 am - 11 pm, 7 days a week
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We bring good things to the neighborhood

Holiday ReindeerKen's Market and Marketime Foods are part of your neighborhood. Independently owned and operated by a local family, we specialize in smiles and remembering your name. Our markets carry a good variety of quality products at fair prices. We mean it when we say “we want to be your store!”

When you need bacon and fresh OJ on a Sunday morning and you're still in your pajama pants, pop over, grab a cart, toss in what you need and checkout before your better half has even finished brewing the coffee!

We're not only a great little neighborhood market, we are your complete grocery store. We have terrific produce with lots of organic choices. Our meat section is stocked with fresh, quality cuts prepared by our own in-house butcher. We are known for our excellent selection of wine and beer. We feature a complete floral department with a fresh selection of gorgeous long lasting bouquets. We are focused on carrying local, organic and fair trade products whenever we can. On top of all that, you will love our deli & coffee shop!

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Holiday Offerings

Tis the season for holiday gatherings! Ken’s Market can help make entertaining simple, easy and delicious with our selection of flavorful festive holiday fare. We have all of your holiday needs covered from premium Painted Hills rib roast and Jack Mountain ham to an assortment of deluxe party trays and even dessert. Click the link below to view our holiday flyer and check out some of the many crowd pleasers were especially proud of.
Download our Holiday Flyer

Mor Mor's Potatis Korv

Exciting Changes!
Ken's Own Potatis Korv
(Swedish for Potato Sausage)

For those of you who, like the Giles family, have made it a holiday tradition to serve our delicious potato sausage for a holiday meal, or perhaps all throughout the year, we have an exciting announcement!

In partnership with Jack Mountain Meats, located right up the road in the beautiful Skagit Valley, we have made some upgrades and improvements to this long time customer favorite. Now for those of you thinking "Well I liked it fine the way it was", don't you fret! We can assure you, the recipe has remained the same. Here's what's new:

  • First off, (drum roll please), we have officially changed the name to "Mor Mor's Potatis Korv". Read more about how our late, great and beloved grandmother saved the day.
  • All pork is certifiably 100% Washington state raised, antibiotic free, non GMO, and free roaming.
  • The potatoes are a Skagit Valley, WA grown Yukon Gold variety – a flavorful potato, and a perfect complement to the pork. The onions as well, are locally grown.
  • The "korv" (Swedish for sausage) is stuffed, twisted and tied using state of the art European-made equipment, and advanced sausage making methods. These guys are serious sausage makers!
  • Last but not least, Mor Mor's Potatis Korv will now come in a convenient 1 lb. vacuum-sealed package, extending the refrigerated life up to 3 weeks. We will be offering the product both in our fresh meat case, and also frozen - perfect for sending off to family and friends, or for buying some extra to have on hand for yourself! It will keep up to 6 months in the freezer.
Mor Mor's Potatis Korv
winter-beer

Tis’ The Season

The winter warmers have arrived! This year we have a large selection of winter beers with an emphasis on local favorites. Like Elysian Brewing’s Bifrost Winter Ale featuring spice and orange zest or Fremont Brewing’s Bonfire Brown Ale with its smoky chocolate flavor. These winter brews focus on comforting flavors to keep you cozy all winter long. They are here just in time for your festive holiday gatherings!

Prime Rib

Simply the Best Prime Rib in Town!

Why does our prime rib roast taste so good? Two reasons:

One, we start with USDA Choice Grade Oregon grown Painted Hills Natural Beef. Because of consistently excellent handling, diet, and stewardship of the land and the animals, these guys always produce some of the best tasting beef in the world, period.

Secondly, our preparation method, though a bit time consuming, makes cooking and serving this roast a snap! The rib bones are removed and all large globs of interior fat are carefully trimmed, leaving just enough to insure lots of great flavor. Ribs are then tied back on so that when the roast is through cooking, simply let it rest for 20-30 minutes, cut the strings, and you’re ready to slice and serve - really easy and soooo good! Also, if desired we will season your roast with our signature blend of fresh herbs, hand chopped garlic, black pepper and kosher salt (costs a little extra). This savory blend is rubbed into every nook and cranny of the roast so that your prime rib will be appropriately salted and seasoned.

Please order ASAP to ensure availability; we can do any size ranging from 2.5 pounds (1 bone) to up to 15 pounds (whole rib - 7 bones).

'Twas the week before Christmas, it was easy to tell,
The scent of fresh garlic, the shoppers could smell;
The rib roasts were trimmed by the butcher with skill,
And these were Painted Hills, many orders he would fill!

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Kiona Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon

Featured Prime Rib Wine Pairing

Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon

2014 Kiona Vineyards

This Washington state Cabernet Sauvignon features notes of blackcurrants, plumbs, tobacco leaf, smoke and wild herbs accompanied by a medium to full-bodied, forward texture on the palate. This celebrated Cabernet Sauvignon earned a gold medal at the 2017 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition in Oregon. Its depth and complexity pairs perfectly with beef and lamb dishes.

$19.99/ 750 ml bottle-10% off on 6 bottles or more

House Made Cornbread

Locally Foraged Chanterelle Mushrooms

It’s a special time of year in the culinary world when rich buttery Chanterelles come into season. Despite many attempts to grow these mushrooms commercially they can only be found in the wild. We are celebrating the short lived local Chanterelle season by incorporating this fall staple into some of our deli selections, like our delicious take and bake pizza featuring a white cream sauce base, roasted garlic, sautéed Chanterelles and goat cheese! You can also find Chanterelles in our produce department, while the season lasts, ready to take home and add to your favorite recipes. They pair beautifully with rice and pasta dishes.

“We all eat, and it would be a sad waste of opportunity to eat badly.”
Anna Thomas

Hotsheet Specials

Navel Oranges

Premium Navel Oranges

The "winter" orange - sweet, seedless, peels easily.

$.99 LB

C&H Boxed Sugar

1 lb box: Brown, Dark Brown, & Powdered Sugar

$.99

C&H Sugar
Columbia Crest Grand Estate Wines

Columbia Crest Grand Estate Wines

Artisan winemaking & the best vineyards in the Columbia Valley. 750 ml

$7.99

Shopping our bi-weekly ad is an easy way to find seasonal and value-oriented inspiration for your meal planning! Look for the yellow Hot Sheet signs throughout the store to see what is fresh and in season and to take advantage of great savings.

View All Current Hotsheet Specials

Ad specials valid from 12/13/17 - 12/26/17

Ken's Market Soups

    (for Sat. 12/16)
  • Beef Stew
  • Mediterranean Chicken
  • Roasted Red Peper Bisque
  • Creamy Squash

Marketime Foods Soups

    (for Sun. 12/17)
  • Vegan Root Vegetable
  • Hearty Beef & Vegetable
  • Tom Kha Gai
  • Meaty Chili

Try our fresh-baked, house-made Cornbread with your soup!

Cornbread

House Made Cornbread

House Made Cornbread

Now offering freshly baked corn bread at our soup bar! Our fluffy cornbread is baked to perfection and pairs perfectly with chili or stew.

Roasted Delicata Squash

Recipe Idea: Delicata Squash

While it may not be as well-known as Butternut Squash, Delicata boasts the same creamy rich flavor and health benefits with half the hassle. Its smaller size and edible skin makes Delicata a breeze to prep and cook. Simply roast with a toss of olive oil, fresh rosemary, salt and voila a savory fall favorite that pairs perfectly with autumn fare. Try this tasty squash roasted and ready to serve in our service deli (delicious hot or cold) or find the whole squash in our produce department.

Download our Roasted Delicata Squash Recipe (PDF)

Seven Coffee Roasters

Now Pouring!...
SEVEN COFFEE ROASTERS

A long-time favorite in our coffee aisle, we decided it was high time we started serving this awesome coffee at our espresso bars (and drip too!) Originally from the Greenwood area of Seattle, SEVEN has become one of the truly exceptional roasters around. Come on in and see what the buzz is about!

Guacamole at Kens

Are You Ready For Some Football?

Football

When it comes to the food and bevies, we’re your go-to spot. And remember, when it comes to our house made guac, pico de gallo, and hatch chile salsa verde, we live by a quote from none other than Russel Wilson!:

"The separation is in the preparation!"

GO HAWKS!

Leoncini’s Prosciutto Di Parma

Now offering Leoncini’s Prosciutto Di Parma!

We are proud to carry Leoncini’s renowned Prosciutto di Parma from the Emiliam-Romagna region of Italy. This high quality prosciutto is sold by the pound, sliced paper thin to order or try it on one of our European style baguette sandwiches!

Jack Mountain Meats

Go Green - Go Local!!!

We'd like to take the opportunity to celebrate some of the great local products in our stores! The miles that food travels from producer to plate can really add up, so when we find a great product from the great food state of Washington we jump at the chance to offer it to you.

The next time you visit our meat department, be sure to check out our new line of fresh pork by Skagit Valley's own, Jack Mountain Meats. Sunday bacon, rustic chops, real-deal chorizo and more! These cuts are seriously delicious! And with a Food Alliance Certification, you can be sure that you are supporting sustainable, healthy and humane agriculture methods.