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It’s Dine Around Seattle Time, People

(Pssst: Here’s where you’ll get the best deals.)

By Kathryn Robinson November 1, 2010

Alright, full disclosure: We’re helping sponsor the thing.

But we wouldn’t lend our name to it if Dine Around Seattle weren’t a solid promotion full of screamin’ deals for our readers.

The setup, in case you’ve been living in a neighboring galaxy: Every year during March and November, diners get three-course dinners for $30 at participating restaurants, Mondays through Thursdays. (Some also do lunches for $15.)

That means it starts tonight.

A good deal in some restaurants, three courses for $30 is a fantastic deal in others. Lecosho for instance—Matt’s in the Market founder Matt Janke’s Harbor Steps sensation—is so new your DAS visit will grant you foodie cred that’s dang near priceless.

Outlying destinations, like the spendy Palisade in Magnolia, Barking Frog in Woodinville, and Salish Lodge at the falls in Snoqualmie, offer their patented brand of special occasion dining at a fraction of the usual tab.

As for Seattle neighborhood charmers like 35th Street Bistro, Eva, and Stumbling Goat Bistro …well, sometimes you just need an excuse to cast a new eye upon an old favorite. Sounds like a good deal to us.

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