Critic's Notebook

Surprise Surprise: Time for the Fourth Annual Seattle Met Secret Supper

Yep, we’ve picked the Restaurant of the Year. Now we want to meet you there for dinner.

By Kathryn Robinson September 15, 2016

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Regular readers, you know how this goes: Buy a ticket to Seattle Met’s Secret Supper—$165 per person for Campari cocktails, four courses, and matched adult beverages, bevs and tip included—but you won’t know the location until you get a top-secret message the morning of the event.

Which this year will be Wednesday, October 12.

Why so secret? Because it’s held at our top-secret pick for the Seattle Met 2016 Restaurant of the Year, a restaurant so genuinely groundbreaking in its achievements it bested an uncommonly solid crop of newcomers. We don’t just pick any old place to be our Restaurant of the Year (as witnessed by past winners: Altura in 2012, Mamnoon in 2013, Loulay in 2014, and Stateside in 2015). It’s the highest restaurant honor this magazine bestows.

In other words, you want to come to this dinner.

This year tables come for parties of two or four (contact [email protected] for parties of other sizes) and will be assigned at staggered times within the hour you sign up for. Alas, dietary restrictions can’t be accommodated and it’s a 21+ event (bring ID). Check out other details and buy tickets right here.  

But whatever you do, don’t wait. This sells out.

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