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Piroshky Piroshky donates 3% of monthly sales to Teen Feed!

Shop online at PiroshkyBakery.com or any of our stores to help give back and share #piroshkylove this November.

Shop online at PiroshkyBakery.com or any of our stores to help give back during November; 3% of all retail sales will be donated to Teen Feed.

Beginning November 1st, guests can help Piroshky Piroshky give back when they visit our store or piroshkybakery.com and make a purchase. During November, 3% of all retail sales will be donated to Teen Feed.

Teen Feed works to offer basic needs items and daily essentials to help homeless youth meet their future off the streets.  

We at Piroshky Piroshky love to support our community; as we see what is unfolding around us- we are reminded that all of us can make a positive difference. We strongly feel that being supported in youth can play a huge role in development, so we would like to focus our efforts on helping the younger generation.  Teen feed was a perfect partner for us to do so!

– Olga Sagan, Owner – Piroshky Piroshky

Join us in helping give back this November by visiting us in-store or online; together, we can make a difference and share #piroshkylove

About Teen Feed: Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. With the tremendous support of the community, Teen Feed responds to the most basic needs of homeless and at-risk youth in the following focus areas: healthy meals and lives, youth support coordination, street outreach, healthcare access, and engaging the community through service.

About Piroshky Piroshky: Piroshky Piroshky was founded in 1992 and is a PNW-based company serving original recipes and handmade products for 30 years. Today, we offer our world-famous pastries at multiple locations throughout the PNW and catering and online ordering across the United States. To learn more about the Piroshky Piroshky brand, please visit our website PiroshkyBakery.com or follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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October 2020

Autumn is here! 🍂✨ This October, fall in love with our latest Seasonals, the crunchy tang of Sausage, Sauerkraut, Cabbage & Onion, and our classic autumn favorite, the Pumpkin Toffee Braid.

Sausage, Sauerkraut, Cabbage & Onion – Fresh Cabbage, Carrots, Diced Onion & and sauerkraut are mixed with Uli’s Famous Bacon Sausage. It’s that classic piroshky flavor with a uniquely PNW twist.

Pumpkin Toffee Braid – Classic Pumpkin Spice flavor, Braided Together and Topped with Pumpkin Drizzle & Toffee Almonds. Homemade Pumpkin Puree, Cinnamon, and Orange Peel, topped with a Pumpkin Spice Glaze and Toffee Almond – Hints of Cocoa, Nutmeg, Allspice, and Ground Clove help make this fall treat complete. 

Caraway Cheddar Cheese Stick – A blend of garlic,  mozzarella & Tillamook cheddar with caraway seeds. A dash of Caraway Seeds gives this pastry that old country feel. Enjoy this simple yet satisfying snack or the perfect companion to a perfect meal! 

All our items are handmade from scratch with only quality ingredients, so you can be sure you’re getting the best possible product. Our pies are perfect for a hearty snack or a satisfying meal, so order today and get your favorite summertime treat! Hurry, they’re available for a limited time only!

10/24/22 – 30th Anniversary Special!

Celebrate 30 years of #PiroshkyLove with us On October 24th

Come into our Pike Place Market location, buy any piroshky and receive a second piroshky for just 92 cents!

(Valid on the selected date 10/24/22 only – Until Supplies Last – Lowest priced item will be redeemed for in-store offer – Terms & Conditions Apply)

You can get addicted to this place very quickly. Their food is top-notch and pleasantly displayed. The staff, both kitchen and front counter, are friendly and professional.

– Sam H. (Yelp)

World Vegetarian Day

Did you know that approximately 10% of the world’s population is vegetarian? 

October 1st is World Vegetarian Day. This special day promotes vegetarianism’s joy, compassion, and life-enhancing possibilities.

So what are the benefits of being a vegetarian? For one, you get to eat delicious food like Piroshky Piroshky! 

Our bakery is famous for its meatless pies, and they’re worth celebrating on World Vegetarian Day. But that’s not all – being a vegetarian can also be good for your health!  

Studies have shown that vegetarians tend to have lower rates of heart disease, obesity, and diabetes. So if you’re looking for a reason to try a meat-free diet, October 1 is the perfect day to start! 

Pierogi Day!

October 8th is World Pierogi Day! It’s not like we need a special day to enjoy these undeniably delicious dumplings, but it doesn’t hurt. 🙂 

The Russian word pirogi and the Polish word pierogi are homonyms. Despite the phonetic similarity, the words describe different types of cuisine: pirogi can be baked or fried pie, while pierogi are boiled stuffed dumplings. 

The Russian word for dumplings is “pelmeni,” and the Ukrainian word for dumplings is varenyky.  

Pierogi are boiled, delicious stuffed dumplings. The semicircular dough is often stuffed with savory fillings before being boiled. After boiling them, the cook will either bake or fry the dumplings in butter to finish cooking them.  

However you choose to spell it, these dumplings of unleavened dough bring a delicious and comforting meal to serve at any table. You can also order them on our site.

I don’t live in Seattle but whenever I travel close enough to grab some of their awesome baked goods, you better believe I stop and stock up! I hope this place can keep this place going for another 30+ years. I would be sad not to have their wonderful tasties anymore.”

– Sabrina B. (Google)

Heritage Piroshky Month

It’s our 30th Anniversary, and it’s Piroshky Heritage Month!

Piroshky Piroshky is excited to celebrate its 30th anniversary this October!
We’ve been making handmade from scratch traditional and original recipe hand pies with a fresh PNW twist for three decades.  

We’re honored to be able to share our heritage with our guests, and we can’t think of a better way to celebrate than by declaring October Heritage Piroshky Month!  

During Heritage Piroshky Month, we’ll feature some of the flavors that first made us famous. We’re excited to share our classic flavors with a new generation of Piroshky Piroshky lovers.  

Your options will vary depending on how you visit us.

Visit us at the Pike Place Market and try our time-honored classics:
– Whole Baked Apple:
– Spinach Egg & Cheese
– Sausage, Sauerkraut Cabbage & Onion
– Vatrushka
– Caraway Cheddar Cheese Sticks

Visit us Online at PiroshkyBakery.com and try these new favorites:
(For FREE local delivery and Events nationwide)
– Pumpkin Braid
– Sauerkraut & Bacon Sausage
– Caraway Cheddar Cheese Sticks.

Then on our anniversary on October 24th, come into our Pike Place Market location and buy any piroshky and get a second piroshky for just 92 cents! 

(Valid on the selected date 10/24/22 only – Until Supplies Last – Lowest priced item will be redeemed for in-store offer – Terms & Conditions Apply)

We hope you’ll join us in celebrating our heritage and savoring some of our internationally renowned original recipe hand pies.

So whether you’re being reacquainted with an old friend or making a new one. Help us celebrate as we look towards the next 30 years of tradition and Seattle’s best quick bites!  

Thank you for 30 incredible years and for being part of our Piroshky Piroshky family.

Heritage Piroshky:

Whole Baked Apple: Made with Washington Apples!

Whole Baked Apple: This fan favorite classic is back for Heritage Month! Whole Gala apples baked in flaky puff pastry. Topped with cinnamon sugar, honey lemon glaze, hazelnuts, and sweet cream cheese. 🍎 – Made w/ Washington Apples!

Cream Cheese Vatrushka: This fan favorite is back and not to be missed!

Cream Cheese Vatrushka: This fan favorite classic is back for Heritage Month! House-made dough topped with Marionberries & sweet cream cheese dusted with powdered sugar. ✨

Spinach Egg & Cheese: Perfect for breakfast, brunch, or anytime you want something tasty to munch!

Spinach Egg & Cheese: This fan favorite classic is back for Heritage Month! Fresh Spinach tossed with parmesan cheese, filled with egg, topped with Tillamook Cheddar & green onions, baked to perfection! Perfect for breakfast, brunch, or anytime you want something tasty to munch!

Sausage, Sauerkraut, Cabbage & Onion: Made with Uli’s Famous Bacon Sausage

Sausage, Sauerkraut, Cabbage & Onion: Fresh Cabbage, Carrots, Diced Onion & and sauerkraut are mixed with Uli’s Famous Bacon Sausage.   It’s that classic piroshky flavor with a uniquely PNW twist.

September 2022

Order Today!

Autumn is right around the corner! This September, kick-off fall in the tastiest way possible with our September Seasonals creamy tang of Swedish Meatball and our sweet-tart Cherries & Cream.

Our savory Swedish Meatball pie is a perfect blend of tasty meatballs, onions, and mushrooms, all in a tangy cream beef sauce and nestled in our signature dough. The Cherries & Cream is tart cherries with sweet cream filling, then topped with our amazing streusel and powdered sugar, making it a perfect mid-morning snack and an even better brunch. 

Both pies are handmade from scratch with only quality ingredients, so you can be sure you’re getting the best possible product. Our pies are perfect for a hearty snack or a satisfying meal, so order today and get your favorite summertime treat! Hurry, they’re available for a limited time only!

🇸🇪 Swedish Meatball – Tasty meatballs paired with mushrooms & onions in a tangy cream beef sauce- wrapped in our house-made dough. 

🍒 Cherries & Cream – Tart cherries on top of sweet cream filling wrapped in flaky puff pastry, topped with streusel, and dusted with powdered sugar.

(Seasonal Items are temporarily available only for Free Local Delivery and Pre-Order Pick Ups. – Available In-Store after 09/09/22)

⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Awesome food, a MUST for Breakfast!

– Joshua L. (Yelp)

Labor Day

September 4th is Labor Day, an annual celebration of the social and economic achievements that American workers have made to America’s strength, prosperity, and well-being. 

The holiday has its roots in the late 19th century when labor activists pushed for a federal holiday so they could be recognized for their many contributions, which helped make this country what it currently stands as today. 

While we take time to relax from our hard work, let us all take a moment to remember the workers who helped paved the way for a safe and regulated workplace. Happy Labor Day!

Pack to School!

Just in time for the school year, Piroshky Piroshky is excited to offer Piroshky Packs! 

Order a pack of our best-selling sweet or savory Piroshky for FREE local delivery at piroshkybakery.com between 09/01-09/15 and get an additional piroshky for FREE!  

We’re a perfect for meal any occasion, whether you’re looking for an easy after-school snack or a quick and satisfying family dinner.

For our Savory Pack, Choose from Salmon, Beef & Cheese, Potato & Cheese, or Bacon, Egg Hashbrown & Cheese.  In our Sweet Piroshky Pack, Choose from Moscow Rolls, Marzipan Rolls, or Chocolate Hazelnut Cream Rolls.  

Sweet or Savory, whichever you choose, you’re sure to make the whole table smile. 🙂

Our piroshky packs are also the perfect way to save, and you can feel great about serving your family a meal made with only the finest ingredients and are guaranteed to satisfy. 

Get the school year started off right by ordering a Piroshky Pack today!

Terms and Conditions: Savory and Sweet Piroshky Pack ordered at PiroshkyBakery.com for FREE Local Delivery only from 08/15/22-09/15/22. No substitutions. Offer available while supplies last.

One of my favorite offerings, Oscar’s Star, is pretty unique. It’s a buttery pastry topped with rich chocolate sauce and sweet cream cheese sprinkled with hazelnut. It comes in a distinctive pinwheel shape that’s very eye-catching. And it’s absolutely lovely! Large, too, so you can save some for later.”

– Amanda S. (Yelp)

Talk Like A Pirate Day!

Avast, Ye Landlubber! September 19th is Talk Like A Pirate Day. Order your Piroshky like your favorite sea-faring scallywag. 🏴‍☠️

Avast! Ye looking for a fun way to switch up yer day? September 19th is Talk Like A Pirate Day! Annoy your friends and colleagues, or come visit us and order your Piroshky like your favorite sea-faring scallywag. 🏴‍☠️

If you’re new to pirate life, here are a few common terms to get you started. 🙂 

Know your Lingo:

  • Landlubber – A person that’s never tried a piroshky 
  • Shiver Me, Timbers! – Wow, that’s a tasty piroshky! 
  • Scurvy Dog – What to call a person that takes your piroshky. 
  • Hornswaggle – When someone tries to take your piroshky. 
  • Shark Bait – What becomes of the person that took your piroshky. 

I don’t live in Seattle but whenever I travel close enough to grab some of their awesome baked goods, you better believe I stop and stock up! I hope this place can keep this place going for another 30+ years. I would be sad not to have their wonderful tasties anymore.”

– Sabrina B. (Google)

Dough it Yourself!

Looking to add a little flavor to your life? Piroshky Piroshky is here to help! We create new and exciting piroshky flavors for our customers to enjoy monthly. Now, you can create your own custom creations too!

Our versatile house-made dough is ready for you to take home and be creative. Just pick your favorite fillings and toppings, and we’ll work our magic with our signature house-made dough. We’ve got you covered whether you’re craving something savory or sweet. So, what are you waiting for?

Use our Dough Ball kit and use it to make mini cinnamon rolls, personal pizzas, or breakfast bombs! Or try your hand at making our famous Piroshki with our Sausage Roll Kit for a little something different. The kit comes with 4 Uli’s Sausages and 6 Cheese Dough Balls, everything you need to create the perfect snack in the convenience of your own kitchen. 

Piroshki and our dough can be filled with a variety of different fillings. They can be sweet or savory and are typically fried or baked; your only limit is your imagination! Piroshki make a great rainy afternoon project for kids, as they can get creative with the fillings and decorating. Plus, they’re a fun way to use up leftovers.

Whether you’re looking for a fun baking project, a quick snack, or an easy dinner, the whole family will enjoy it.  So, get creative and enjoy the delicious possibilities!

[For all recipes: Let Dough Defrost in the fridge for 24 hours or on the countertop for 2-4 hours until the dough is soft. Once the dough is soft, you can roll it out to desired thickness using a small rolling pin.]

Mini Cinnamon Rolls:

·      Let the dough thaw

·      Use a rolling pin to roll out the dough until 1/8th inch thick

·      Spread melted butter or margarine on the dough

·      Sprinkle with a mix of cinnamon and brown sugar and roll dough into a tube shape.

·      Cut into mini cinnamon rolls – (Pro Tip: One dough ball will make 1-3 mini cinnamon rolls)

·      Put on a small, greased baking sheet

·      Bake at 325F for 8-12 minutes. (Pro Tip: Time and temperature may vary depending on the oven.)

How We Roll: Our mini cinnamon rolls are outstanding on their own, but variety is the spice of life. To change it up, add nuts, raisins, cream cheese, bacon, apples, or chocolate chips for a fun twist on this classic.   

Breakfast Bombs:

·      Let the dough thaw

·      Use a rolling pin to roll ¼ inch thick

·      Add pre-cooked toppings like scrambled eggs, hashbrowns, sausage, turkey bacon, zucchini, mushrooms, or cheese.

·      Pull the edges of dough to the center – top with butter or margarine

·      Placed on a greased baking sheet.

·      Bake 325-350 F for 10-12 minutes until the desired doneness. (Pro Tip: Time and temperature may vary depending on the oven.)

Pro TIP: Prepare items like meat & cheese ahead of time and store them separately. Do not overcrowd the baking sheet; leave room for air to circulate and for breakfast bombs to expand.

Personal Pizza:

  • Let the dough thaw
  • Use a rolling pin to roll until ¼ inch thick.
  • Top with pizza sauce, cheese, and whatever topping you would like.
  • Place on a greased baking sheet.
  • Bake 325-350 F for 10-12 minutes until the desired doneness. (Pro Tip: Time and temperature may vary depending on the oven.)

Pro-Tip: To transform any sleepover, try a breakfast or dessert pizza that can’t miss with the kids!

Sausage Roll:

Delicious handmade Uli’s Jalapeño and Cheddar Sausage wrapped in our signature Piroshky dough. The perfect Pike Place combo. Recreate the experience at home with our kit.

·      Let the dough thaw

·      Roll out dough until desired thickness. (Pro Tip: You want to have a nice oval shape to be able to wrap your sausage.)

·      Cut 5-6 slits in your dough diagonal on each side.

·      Braid the dough on top of each other in a crisscross motion.

·      Brush top with Egg Wash or Water.

·      Bake at 350F for 10-14 minutes until the desired color is reached.  (Pro Tip: Time and temperature may vary depending on the oven.)

Pack to School

Just in time for the school year, Piroshky Piroshky is excited to offer Piroshky Packs, the economical new way to purchase frozen piroshky, available exclusively through our Free Local Delivery service.

Savory Piroshky Packs include five frozen, fully baked pies and are available in four best-selling flavors: Smoked Salmon Pâté; Beef & Cheese; Potato & Cheese; and Bacon, Hash Brown, Egg & Cheese.

Sweet Piroshky Packs include six frozen, fully baked pies and are available in our three best-selling flavors: Moscow Roll, Marzipan Roll, or Chocolate Cream Hazelnut Roll.

Piroshky Packs are perfect for any occasion, whether you’re looking for an easy after-school snack or a quick and satisfying family dinner. Whichever Pack you choose, you’re sure to make the whole table smile.

Sweet or Savory, Piroshky Packs are also the perfect way to save, and you can feel great about serving your family a meal made with only the finest ingredients guaranteed to satisfy.

Order now, and any Piroshky Pack delivered before September 15 will include an additional piroshky for FREE!

Get the school year started right by ordering a Piroshky Pack today. ✨

HAPPY BIRTHDAY, PIKE PLACE MARKET!

On August 17th, the historic Pike Place Market turns 115 years old. Together, let’s celebrate the Market’s unique characteristics and history!

Pike Place Market is one of Seattle’s most popular tourist destinations and is renowned for its fresh seafood, produce, flowers, and artisan-crafted goods. It also happens to be the location of our flagship Piroshky Piroshky bakery.

On August 17th, the historic Pike Place Market turns 115 years old. Together, let’s celebrate the Market’s unique characteristics and history!

ABOUT PIKE PLACE

On August 17 of this year, Seattle’s Pike Place Market turns 115 years old. In that time, it has grown from just eight farmers independently selling their produce from wagons and carts to a thriving community of over five hundred farmers, craftspeople, buskers, shops, and restaurants. Pike Place Market is now among Seattle’s most popular and recognizable destinations, referred to by many residents as “the soul of Seattle.” In celebration, let’s reflect on the Market’s unique characteristics and history.

BEFORE THE MARKET

Celebrating Pike Place Market begins with recognizing Seattle’s real need for it in 1907. Before then, established local farmers had to use middlemen to distribute their products within the rapidly growing city.

These “commission houses,” many of which were concentrated along Western Avenue, were notoriously deceitful. They would wildly inflate customer prices while aggressively undercutting farmers, cleverly shielding themselves from accountability with elaborate legal fictions. Their dishonesty prompted farmers and customers to petition the Seattle City Council for a change.

Pike Place Market Initiative 1917

That change came in 1907, when Councilman Thomas Revelle introduced an ordinance to establish a farmer’s market along Pike Place, a small street running parallel to Western Avenue just up the hill. It passed, giving farmers the freedom to sell directly to customers; twelve days later, the Pike Place Public Farmer’s Market was officially inaugurated.

“The Market is yours. I dedicate it to you, and may it prove of benefit to you and your children. It is for you to protect, defend, and uphold, and it is for you to see that those who occupy it treat you fairly.”

– Thomas Revell.

EARLY YEARS AND EXPANSION

In the early years, the Seattle ordinance limited Pike Place Market’s hours of operation between 5:00 AM and noon. However, demand for the Market was extraordinary. In 1909, the Athenian (which is a restaurant today) opened as an inn for travelers, making the Market an early destination for tourists.

By 1910, the city doubled the number of vendor stalls and opened the newly constructed “sanitary market,” an area that did not allow horses. Further expansion of buildings and infrastructure would continue until 1922, by which time the Market looked much like it does today.

The Pike Place Market circa 1917

Pike Place Market has faced several close calls with dissolution or destruction throughout its history. Interestingly, the Great Depression was not among them. In fact, the Market expanded during the 1930s, albeit slowly, by opening a dance hall in the Economy Market Building.

The Market was a critical public resource during the worst of the Depression era and into the 1940s, ensuring that residents retained access to affordable goods and produce despite shortages and rationing.

The first serious threat to Pike Place Market came in December of 1941 when a massive fire gutted the sanitary market. Wartime paranoia prompted an arson investigation, but the cause was never determined. Ultimately, the fire caused over one hundred thousand dollars in damages (over two million in today’s dollars).

A second, even greater threat came shortly thereafter, with the internment of Japanese-Americans. At that time, three-quarters of King County’s produce and half of its milk came from Japanese-American farmers, whose presence at the Market was unmistakable.

Internment, and the difficulty Japanese-Americans experienced re-establishing themselves in its aftermath, brought the Market into a deep decline. The composition of its farmers changed permanently.

Blue Bonnet Sue Wagon – 1960’s

It wasn’t until 1963 that Pike Place Market faced a sustained, organized effort to dissolve it entirely. Backed by both the mayor and the city council, several large real estate developers proposed the total demolition of Pike Place Market in favor of the “Pike Plaza” urban renewal project, which would’ve erected seven large towers including a hotel, apartments, office buildings, a hockey arena, and a parking garage.

Fortunately, Seattle architect and civic activist Victor Steinbrueck opposed the project and founded the Friends of the Market organization in 1964. The two sides battled over the fate of the Market until it was finally added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1971, protecting it from development and ensuring it would remain in public hands.

The Pike Place Cinema – Circa 1970’s

In 1973, Seattle created the Pike Place Market Preservation and Development Authority to run the Market. Over the next decade, all the Market’s historic buildings were restored and renovated using the original plans, blueprints, and appropriate materials.

Pike Place Market announced a 74 million dollar expansion for its centennial anniversary celebration, adding more than 30,000 square feet of space and 47 new stalls for local businesses. The expanded market offers stunning views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains, ensuring Pike Place Market remains the perfect place to enjoy a cup of coffee or a bite to eat for tourists and locals alike.

THE EMERALD CITY’S CROWN JEWEL

Pike Place Market is a collective space where diverse people come together in celebration of food, life, and community. 

Since its founding, Pike Place Market has been a cherished local landmark. From the Pike Place Fish Market (where staff famously throw fish from display to the cashier) to its many annual events like the Chowder Cook-Off, the Taste of Pike Place Market, and Sunset Supper, the Market remains a vibrant community center for downtown Seattle.

Housing nearly five-hundred residents between eight different buildings, the Market also ensures Seattle’s artists, craftspeople, seniors, and low-wage workers have a stable, supportive home. Its founding values of quality, creativity, and affordability are alive today.

Pike Place Market is a collective space where diverse people come together in celebration of food, life, and community. With its convenient location, an abundance of amenities, and perhaps a bit of luck, the Market will surely remain a top destination for locals and tourists for another 115 years. It’s more than just a place to buy groceries – the Market is the very soul of Seattle.

It’s more than just a place to buy groceries – the Market is the very soul of Seattle.

PIKE PLACE MARKET FACTS

  • The daily rent for any stall in 1911 was $0.20 a day.
  • The oldest business at Pike Place Market is the Virginia Inn, a restaurant on 1st Ave & Virginia St, opening in 1903 and still serving guests today!
  • Three Girls Bakery was the very first Seattle business to be owned solely by women. It opened in 1912.
  • The iconic neon sign and clock were installed in 1937.
  • Over a dozen languages are spoken and written at the market, including Spanish, Chinese, Hmong, Vietnamese, Hindi, Tagalog, Turkish, Russian, German, Japanese, French, and Arabic.
  • The Market Theater, Bead Zone, and Kells Irish Restaurant are among the locations in the market with a long history of hauntings.
  • Victor Steinbrueck was the individual who helped prevent the Markets’ destruction in 1971 and is also one of the three architects that designed the Space Needle. There is also the Victor Steinbrueck Park adjacent to the market.
  • The Gum Wall is a 15 feet brick wall covered in used chewing gum since 1993. In November 2015, the Pike Place Market Preservation & Development Authority decided to clean the wall; it took 130 hours to complete, with over 2,350 pounds (1,070 kg) of gum removed and disposed of. Within 24 hours of completion, people started placing gum on the wall again.
  • There are 13 locations throughout the Market where performers can entertain Market shoppers for an hour at a time. Painted musical notes mark the sidewalks where they stand, and the number painted on the note corresponds to the number of performers that can play there at one time.

LEARN MORE – FREE BOOK

Did you know that the Pike Place Market offers a FREE e-book about its rich 115-year history? Download to learn more about one of the oldest continuously operated public farmer’s markets in the United States.

Download here: https://www.pikeplacemarket.org/free-downloadable-pike-place-market-book/

August 2022

Our pies are perfect for a hearty snack or a satisfying meal, so order today and get your favorite summertime treat! 

We’re excited to offer two perfect ways to cap off your summer, both savory and sweet. 

Our savory Cabbage & Onion pie is a perfect blend of cabbage, white onions, and chives, all nestled in our signature dough. The Cinnamon Coffee Roll is cinnamon and coffee braided together and topped with our amazing streusel, making it a perfect mid-morning snack and an even better brunch. 

Both pies are handmade from scratch with only quality ingredients, so you can be sure you’re getting the best possible product. Our pies are perfect for a hearty snack or a satisfying meal, so order today and get your favorite summertime treat! 

🥬 Cabbage Roll – We heard you loud and clear, the Cabbage and Onion piroshky is back! Fresh cabbage, white onion & chives are stuffed into our signature house-made dough. (Serving Suggestion) 🌱 Vegan Friendly

☕️ Coffee Cinnamon Roll  – The perfect blend of flavors, Coffee & Cinnamon come together in this braided delight. Topped with streusel and powdered sugar for an extra dose of sweetness, this roll will make you want to take a bite! (Serving Suggestion)

(Seasonal Items are temporarily available only for Free Local Delivery and Pre-Order Pick Ups.)


Delicious! A major tourist destination, so the line can be long and a bit complicated, with the store exit cutting across the people waiting to enter. But it’s a very efficient operation, so the line moves quickly. Look at the posted menus while you wait, so you’re ready to order as soon as you get to the counter. There are multiple vegan options, with the Impossible Beef and Onion being my personal favorite. “

– Lake K. (Google Reviews)

National Friendship Day

Accept opportunities to meet new people, you never know where your next friend may come from.  

August 1st is National Friendship Day and is the perfect opportunity to connect with an old friend or make a new one. Throughout our lives, friendships and their meanings evolve. With our friends, we share experiences and make plans for the future. With each new valued connection, we expand our view of the world. Their experiences contribute to new meaning in our lives.

This day allows us to celebrate those relationships and reflect on how they have positively impacted our lives. Whether you reach out to an old friend or take the initiative to meet someone new, cherish the moments you spend reconnecting with others. These special bonds remind us of the importance of valuing relationships and spending time with those we care about.

Ways to celebrate: 

  • Make a new friend or reconnect with an old one.
  • Share how you met a friend online.
  • Tag a friend that you’d share your last piroshky with!  
  • Mail a card or handwritten letter to a friend. 
  • Accept opportunities to meet new people, you never know where your next friend may come from.  
  • Grab a box of piroshky and share. (Get ready to make lots of new friends!) 

Want A FREE Cookie?

This National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, get a FREE Chocolate Chip cookie with your order when select delivery on select dates while supplies last. (Offer available for delivery only 08/04/22-08/10/22, offer available while supplies last) 

Did you know that August 4th is National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day? 

World Cookie Day is always a delicious celebration! We’re commemorating the special day this year by indulging in some of our favorite cookies. There’s nothing like biting into a fresh cookie. Chocolate Chip Cookies transported us back to simpler times, like our childhoods when the days were long and carefree. Just thinking about biting into a warm, fresh cookie can bring a smile to our faces. 

While we are famous for our handheld pies, did you know that Piroshky Piroshky makes our cookie dough from scratch? We take baking SERIOUSLY, even when it’s something as fun as the classic chocolate chip cookie. Try one today on us! 

This National Chocolate Chip Cookie Day, get a FREE Chocolate Chip cookie with your order when select delivery on select dates while supplies last. (Offer available for delivery only 08/04/22-08/10/22, offer available while supplies last) 

NATIONAL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE DAY BY THE NUMBERS

  • 38,000 – the weight of the world’s largest chocolate chip cookie.
  • 102 feet – the diameter of the world’s largest chocolate chip cookie.
  • 30,000 – the number of eggs used in the world’s largest chocolate chip cookie.
  • 53% – the percentage of Americans who prefer chocolate chip cookies to other cookies.
  • 13.5% – the percentage of American adults who admitted to having eaten at least 20 chocolate chip cookies in one sitting.
  • 10% – the percentage increase in consumption of chocolate chip cookies after the introduction of detailed Nutrition Facts labels.
  • 50 – the number of chocolate chips that can be held in a normal tablespoon of cookie dough.
  • 35,000 – the number of cookies the average person consumes in a lifetime.

Happy Birthday, Pike Place Market!

On August 17th the historic Pike Place Market turns 115 years old. Together, let’s celebrate the Market’s unique characteristics and history!

Pike Place Market is one of Seattle’s most popular tourist destinations and is renowned for its fresh seafood, produce, flowers, and artisan-crafted goods. It also happens to be the location of our flagship Piroshky Piroshky bakery.

On August 17th the historic Pike Place Market turns 115 years old. Together, let’s celebrate the Market’s unique characteristics and history!


There are few things in this world better than the Smoked Salmon Pate. I’d eat it every day of my life.”

– Oliver B. (Yelp)

National Dog Day

Piroshky Piroshky is celebrating National Dog Day by sharing photos of your furry friend on our Facebook Page. Look for the Facebook post on our page on August 26th and share your favorite snap of the furry buddy in your life. 

August 26th is National Dog Day, a day to celebrate how dogs enrich our lives. Whether it’s a family pet who brings us joy, or a working dog who selflessly puts their life on the line daily, dogs are truly amazing creatures. We honor how dogs make our world a better place on this day.

Piroshky Piroshky is celebrating National Dog Day by sharing photos of your furry friend on our Facebook Page. Look for the Facebook post on our page on August 26th and share your favorite snap of the furry buddy in your life. 

Piroshky Piroshky is celebrating National Dog Day by sharing photos of your furry friend on our Facebook Page. Look for the Facebook post on our page on August 26th and share your favorite snap of the furry buddy in your life. 

Three words: WORTH THE WAIT. We finally stopped by on our last day in Seattle and were not disappointed. The line for piroshki was very small (1-2 min wait), and they just had a tray of rhubarb piroshki set out. We immediately scarfed down the beef & onion piroshki and a cheddar garlic roll. Both are so yummy, very substantial, and enough to share for lunch. Doubled up on those and then got a few more before heading to the airport: chicken curry, beef & cheese, rhubarb. Needless to say, they traveled well, and we feasted on all the yumminess, and all was well in the world again.”

– D.L (Yelp)

National Eat Outside Day

Don’t wait – head out into the great outdoors and enjoy a meal under the open sky!

Eating outside is one of the great joys of summertime. There’s something about fresh air and sunshine that makes the food taste even better. On August 31, we have the perfect excuse to enjoy a meal al fresco. Eat Outside Day encourages us to take advantage of the good weather and get some fresh air.

Our earliest ancestors ate outside, so it’s no wonder we love to eat in the open air as they did. Whether you want a luxurious dining experience or a simple, rustic bite surrounded by nature, a Piroshky outdoors is the perfect way to celebrate Eat Outside Day. So don’t wait – head out into the great outdoors and enjoy a meal under the open sky!

Made in the USA: How does Piroshky Piroshky Support American Businesses?

There’s something special about food made in the USA. From our iconic piroshky to the ingredients that go into them, many of the things we love are made right here at home. 🇺🇸 

There’s something special about food made in the USA. From our iconic piroshky to the ingredients that go into them, many of the things we love are made right here at home. 🇺🇸 

Maybe it’s the sense of pride that comes from supporting local businesses, or the knowledge that you’re eating products that are held to high standards of quality. Whatever the reason, there’s no doubt that American-made food just tastes better.

Here at Piroshky Piroshky, we’re committed to using only the best ingredients in our piroshky, and that means sourcing them from American-based companies whenever possible.

Since our founding, we’ve been committed to supporting American-made products. That’s why we only use US-grown wheat flour in our piroshky, and why we source other ingredients like meat and cheese from local vendors.

By using American-made products so, we’re not only ensuring that our customers are getting the tastiest piroshky around, but we’re also contributing to the success of American businesses and farmers and helping to create jobs and boost our economy.

So, next time you’re in the mood for a delicious piroshky, remember when you buy American, you can count on the quality of ingredients. When it comes to taste, nothing beats good old-fashioned American craftsmanship. You’re not just eating well—you’re also doing your part to help keep America strong, and that’s something we can all feel good about.

U.S. Made Ingredients:

  • Salsa – Sumner, WA
  • Granny Smith Apples – Yakima, WA
  • Spinach & Cilantro – Silinas, CA
  • Sweet Cream Butter – Rosemont, IL
  • Garlic & Ginger – Gilroy, CA
  • Sugar – Boise, ID
  • Tomato Paste – Chicago, IL
  • White Wine Vinegar – Rancho Cucamonga, CA
  • Syrup – Clearwater, FL, San Leandro, CA & Seattle, WA
  • Bacon – Houston, TX
  • Eggs – Minnetonka, MN
  • Black Beans – Knoxville, TN
  • Lemon Juice – Huntington Beach, CA
  • Chocolate Fillings – Jackson, MI
  • Puff Pastry – Rosemont, IL
  • Hashbrowns – Houston, TX
  • Flour – Chattanooga, TN
  • Raisins – Fresno, CA
  • Seasoning – Seattle, WA
  • Chipotle Field Roast Crumble – Seattle, WA
  • Impossible Beef – Redwood City, CA
  • Beef & Ham – Tukwila, WA
  • Jalapeno Cheddar Sausage & Chicken Curry Sausage – Seattle, WA
  • Cheese – Tillamook, OR
Piroshky Piroshky is constantly investing in its community through local partnerships with vendors like Market Spice, Mondo & Sons, Tillamook Cheddar & Ulis’s Famous Sausage as well as supporting our neighbors through charitable initiatives like disaster relief and the Pike Place Market Foundation. 

Additional U.S. Made Products (Go U.S.A!):

  • Stickers – Tukwila, WA
  • Pelmeni – Auburn, WA
  • Pierogies – Auburn, WA
  • Clam Chowder – Seattle, WA
  • Borscht – Seattle, WA (Made in house!)

July 2022


Another month of exciting choices, savor our smoking or sweet summer seasonals. Both pies are handmade from scratch with only quality ingredients and stuffed full of deliciousness, they’re perfect for a hearty snack or a satisfying meal.

🍖 Summer is here and it’s the perfect time to enjoy our delicious BBQ Pork piroshky. This pie is made with hickory-smoked pork belly tossed in a sticky BBQ sauce and wrapped in dough that is baked to perfection. This is a dish that will tantalize your taste buds and leave you wanting more without having to fire up the grill.

🥧 There’s nothing like our Berry Bedazzle piroshky to get your mouth watering and your summer started! This delicious treat is made with blackberry and strawberry braided on sweet, laminated dough, and dusted with powdered sugar. It’s the perfect way to enjoy a taste of Grandma’s pie without all the work! So go ahead and indulge yourself – you deserve it!


Very small little Russian bakery that smells absolutely incredible just walking by on the street. They have quite a selection for how small and cramped it feels inside!! I got the Cinnamon Cardamom Braid which was so wonderfully sweet and delicious. My husband went with the more savory beef and cheese which he absolutely scarfed down. Such a great snack to start our Pikes Place market adventure!

– Nancy P.

Our History

Piroshky Piroshky is a perfect example of the American Dream in action. Learn more about our immigrant roots, early history, and 30 years of tradition as we continue to celebrate this milestone anniversary. Learn More

If you are visiting our Pike Place Market location, make sure to check out our new “Piroshky Museum” located outside the Stewart Hall entrance.


“There are few things in this world better than the Smoked Salmon Pate. I’d eat it every day of my life.”

Oliver B.

Made in the USA Day

Piroshky Piroshky shows support for American-made products by purchasing them whenever we can. (see below) By doing so, we’ll be helping to create jobs and boost our economy.

It’s almost time for America’s birthday, and that means it’s also time to celebrate Made in the USA Day! This special day celebrates all of the goods that are manufactured right here in the United States.

From our iconic piroshky to the ingredients that go into them, many of the things we love are made right here at home. 🇺🇸

Piroshky Piroshky shows support for American-made products by purchasing them whenever we can. (see below) By doing so, we’ll be helping to create jobs and boost our economy.

What could be more patriotic than that? Happy Made in the USA Day! and Happy 4th of July! 🎇

U.S. Made Ingredients:

  • Sugar – Boise, ID
  • Tomato Paste – Chicago, IL
  • White Wine Vinegar – Rancho Cucamonga, CA
  • Syrup – Clearwater, FL, San Leandro, CA & Seattle, WA
  • Black Beans – Knoxville, TN
  • Chocolate Fillings – Jackson, MI
  • Flour – Chattanooga, TN
  • Raisins – Fresno, CA
  • Seasoning – Seattle, WA
  • Chipotle Field Roast Crumble – Seattle, WA
  • Impossible Beef – Redwood City, CA
  • Beef & Ham – Tukwila, WA
  • Jalapeno Cheddar Sausage & Chicken Curry Sausage – Seattle, WA
  • Cheese – Tillamook, OR

Additional U.S. Made Products (Go U.S.A!):

  • Stickers – Tukwila, WA
  • Pelmeni – Auburn, WA
  • Pierogies – Auburn, WA
  • Clam Chowder – Seattle, WA
  • Borscht – Seattle, WA (Made in house!)

Phinn the Salmon Piroshky

Meet Phinn the Salmon Piroshky. It’s not easy being the most famous salmon piroshky in the world, but that’s how they roll!

Learn some tasty tidbits about this flaky little pie of Salmon


Thank you to every who participated in our “Name Our Mascot” contest, and a HUGE congratulations to our Grand Prize Winner Kylie Engleking of Puyallup winner of our limited edition Piroshky Fan Pack and 4 Seattle City Pass tickets.


World Chocolate Day

Chocolate increases serotonin and dopamine levels, which helps to boost mood.

Chocolate fanatics everywhere are celebrating World Chocolate Day on July 7th. This day allows us to celebrate the magical ingredient of Chocolate.

Chocolate comes from the seed of a tropical Theobroma cacao tree that has been cultivated for at least three millennia and grows in Mexico, Central America, and Northern South American countries like Columbia or Venezuela.

It is believed that World Chocolate Day celebrates the day that Chocolate was first introduced to Europe in 1550. Every year on July 7th, World Chocolate Day allows chocolate lovers around the world to indulge in their favorite treat without any guilt.

HOW TO OBSERVE #WorldChocolateDay

Learn about chocolate from around the world! You can read your kids a book like Charlie and The Chocolate Factory (We hear there’s a film too 😉)

Take time to treat yourself with our Pike Place Market Exclusive the Oscar’s Star or our Chocolate Cream Hazelnut piroshky. Invite someone who loves sweet treats too for a tasting party that’ll have everyone excited!

Be sure to post photos with #WorldChocolateDay and tag us, so we can see what you’re up to on one of our favorite days! Why not share photos of your favorite chocolate treat on social media, may we suggest a Chocolate Cream Hazelnut Roll? 😀

Fun Facts:

  • The earliest known documentation of using cacao seeds is from around 1100 BC.
  • Chocolate increases serotonin and dopamine levels, which helps to boost mood.
  • Dark chocolate is a powerful source of antioxidants

World Emoji Day

World emoji day 🌎 is a day to celebrate all emojis and to use and spread the enjoyment of their use to others. 😺

July 17 was chosen for the date of the holiday due to the 📅 calendar emoji having that date on it. 👩‍💻 The first World Emoji Day was celebrated in 2014 and has since been a way to celebrate these little characters that make our lives more entertaining. 👯‍♀️

To celebrate with us, try to “Guess the Piroshky” 🤔 in the images below, or create your own, share a post with #WorldEmojiDay and make sure to tag 🏷 us in it! ✨