Open 5 a.m. to Midnight
Market Phone: 360.779.1881


206.522.4588 20148 10th Ave.


Kitsap Pharmacy
- Pharmacy Only
9 am-9 pm Mon-Fri
9 am-6 pm Sat | 10 am-6 pm Sun

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Sushi Ko

6 am - 6 pm Daily


Columbia Bank

9 am - 6 pm Mon-Fri
10 am - 2 pm Saturdays

Market Director
Tom Hall
Tom Hall is never far from fresh food. When he leaves Central Market Poulsbo, where he has been director since the mid-1990s, he’s likely headed to his 2.5-acre Poulsbo farm where he grows strawberries, blueberries and raspberries in a fruit garden; figs, apples, peaches and cherries in a small orchard; and a variety of vegetables in two separate gardens.  That’s what planting 1,300 Christmas...

Town & Country Stores

Welcome to Central Market Poulsbo

Central Market Poulsbo is open 5 a.m. to midnight daily.

We pride ourselves on the the freshest seafood you can find.

Tom Hall, Market Director of Central Market Poulsbo.

The check stands at Central Market Poulsbo.

Fresh tortillas roll right off this machine most days at Central.

Tonya making tortillas right in the market. Come in for a warm sample!

Open 5 a.m.-Midnight

Central Market Poulsbo, open 5 a.m. to midnight seven days a week, opened its doors in 1995 as the biggest store in the Town & Country family. It’s now one of three Central Markets, all of them focused on fresh, quality food and variety on a grand scale.

The company was no stranger to Poulsbo, having opened Viking Mark-It Foods in 1974 at the corner of SR 305 and NE Hostmark Street as its second store after Bainbridge Island. Viking Mark-It Foods, where customers marked prices with black grease pencils and bagged their own groceries, was recreated as Poulsbo Market Place in the mid-1980s eventually outgrew its  building and small parking lot.

Building the 69,000-square-foot Central Market a few miles down the road was a unique experiment in creating a “destination food store,” which continues to draw customers from as far south as the Tacoma Narrows Bridge area, west to the Olympic and Kitsap Peninsulas and throughout Kitsap County. It was also one of the state’s first major commercial buildings to use recycled materials in its construction and was a forerunner for the National Home Builders Association’s “Built Green” program of today.

A major remodel in 2006 expanded the store’s Fish Market, food service and in-store seating. ...