Still ordering the same pasta you always get? At that restaurant you go to every Tuesday night? Let’s break that routine. Seattle Restaurant Week is the perfect opportunity to sample your way through the Emerald City’s cuisine. Although Seattle Restaurant Week may have started on the 7th, you still have until April 18th to experience all the glory. Running Sundays through Thursdays, some of Seattle’s best restaurants will be offering their adapted three-course dinner menus for only $35 (select locations also offer a two-course lunch menu for $20).
We are fortunate in the Pacific Northwest to have an extensive variety of authentic international cuisines, access to fresh-caught seafood, and delicious local produce. Restaurant Week is no exception to this unique blend of foods and with more than 160 fabulous locations to choose from, you’re likely to find any of your favorites.
The best part? Participating restaurants aren’t limited to any price points or notoriety. In the lengthy list of participating eateries, you can find everything from establishments with James Beard award-winning chefs to up-and-coming hidden gems.
Need help choosing where to eat? The Stranger released an article containing a list of participating restaurants broken into categories such as upscale classics, James Beard award-winners, rising stars, lesser-known favorites, new restaurants, women-owned restaurants, and more.
If you’re looking for something specific, be sure to check out the website for Restaurant week. This comprehensive list contains not only the entire list of participating restaurants with cuisine type and neighborhood, but key search filters that let you narrow down options by lunch, dinner, gluten-free, vegan, and vegetarian. Once you find your perfect spot, you can actually select the restaurant to get a full view of the offered menu.
So — if you’re feeling up to it — why not take a chance, break the routine, and discover something new in our city! After all, you might just find a new favorite.