Seattle Restaurant Week, which is in fact two weeks (April 12–16, April 19–23), offers diners a chance to sample three-course dinners for $30, along with some two-course lunches for $15.
Out of this year’s 130 participating restaurants, here are some I might choose:
Because the spendier the restaurant, the better the deal: Aqua by El Gaucho, El Gaucho.
Because they’re new-slash-sorta new and I’m itching to try: Hecho, Salt and Iron in Edmonds, and Zhu Dang, the new Chinese place on Capitol Hill
If I were in Bothell…: Lunch at Preservation Kitchen, dinner at the newish Amaro Bistro (from the Il Bistro folks)
Because I like these neighborhood gems: Alicia Fusion Bistro in Leschi, Crow on Lower Queen Anne, Frank’s Champagne Parlor and Oyster Bar in Ravenna
Because they’re classics for a reason: Cafe Campagne, Restaurant Zoe, Lark
For lunch…: MistralKitchen, Miyabi 45th, RN74
Because I love how it feels in…: Tin Table, Serafina, Rione XIII
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