Seattle Restaurant Week is a promotional event that runs twice annually, once in the spring and again in the fall. Restaurants throughout the Pacific Northwest take part, giving diners a unique chance to support local establishments while sampling their menus at unbeatable prices.
This fall’s promotion looks a little different! More restaurants. More dining options. For a whole month!
Throughout 2020, the Seattle restaurant community has shown strength and resilience in their response to the Covid-19 pandemic, pivoting to meet ever-evolving health and safety recommendations, while working to care for staff members and in some cases converting their restaurants into community kitchens serving meals for those in need. This fall’s Seattle Restaurant Week is a celebration of our restaurant community’s resilience and hard work. It’s also an opportunity for diners to support their favorite neighborhood dining establishments and explore new ones across the metro area.
Running now through November 21, the reimagined Seattle Restaurant Week dining options include takeout, delivery, meal boxes, pop-ups, as well as in-house dining. Grab a meal in whatever format works best for you! Diners can explore over 215 participating restaurants by neighborhood, cuisine, dining style, dining value, or ownership.
With a prix-fixe format of $20 for lunch and $35 for dinner, diners will find a variety of dining options from three-course dinner menus, tacos and margaritas for two, or family pizza dinner kits!
Seattle Restaurant Week diners also have the opportunity to share great food with those in need through the new Give a Meal promotion. With a donation of $10 per meal, funds will go directly to participating restaurants (That Brown Girl Cooks Community Kitchen, Salare, Project Feast, Feed the People, and Musang Community Kitchen) who are producing healthy, free meals for community members and organizations serving those in need.