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Seattle Restaurant Week Starts Sunday

Get some great deals while supporting favorite establishments

By Sarah Stackhouse April 12, 2024

Assorted Asian dumplings and noodle dishes displayed on various patterned plates, with dipping sauces, featured during Seattle Restaurant Week, on a marble surface.

For two weeks, you can eat your heart out in Seattle and surrounding neighborhoods during Seattle Restaurant Week. From April 14-27, prepare for exclusive, budget-friendly menus at over 200 restaurants throughout the city. Multi-course meals are priced at $20, $35, $50, or $65. You can relax in a cafe, stalk a food truck, or treat yourself to swanky restaurants and bars.

The online guide allows you the fun of customizing your Restaurant Week experience. Choose restaurants by neighborhood, cuisine type, price, and dining values such as supporting Black-owned businesses, or spots that prioritize local sourcing under the “Eat Local First” initiative. The guide also categorizes options by dining format — helpful for deciding your dress code of choice.

Check out these standout deals:

Originally part of a decade-old event, Seattle Restaurant Week was reorganized in 2020 to include more restaurants and better support the community during quieter seasons. Today, any local eatery can participate with a nominal fee, offering not just prix-fixe menus but also meal kits and cocktail add-ons to enhance the experience.

Seattle Restaurant Week is organized by the Seattle Good Business Network, a nonprofit that supports local businesses and the community.

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