The time has come again for the Puget Sound region to dig into our local dining scene and support those spots that keep us fed and happy through the colder months. Seattle Restaurant Week is a bi-annual prix fixe dining promotion that gives diners a unique chance to support the greater Seattle area’s culinary community, highlighting it’s craft, diversity, resilience, and great food! Seattle Restaurant Week will run October 24th – November 6th, 2021 - Over 200 participating venues across 45+ neighborhoods and cities in the Greater Seattle area will participate. Take a peek at our list of participating restaurants at www.srweek.org! This dining program couldn’t happen without a team of organizations lifting up our community. Check out the spotlights below to find new places to eat and learn more about the local efforts to support them!

 

Southeast Seattle

When it comes to dining options it seems that Southeast Seattle neighborhoods including Beacon Hill, Rainier Valley and Columbia City have something for everyone. From delicious African cuisine at Delish to fun cocktails at Lottie’s Lounge, this community knows how to come together. Proof can be found in the Essential Southeast Seattle Collective. A group of organizations that came together during the pandemic to help the small businesses in their neighborhoods. This meetup launched their online marketplace benefiting businesses directly affected by the pandemic. Use the filter on the home page of srweek.org to filter by neighborhood to check out all that these amazing Southeast Seattle restaurants have to offer!

 

Experience Tukwila

Looking for world class street food? Tukwila has you covered. Upbeat and well designed hotel restaurants? Tukwila still has you covered. One of the region's most underrated neighborhoods for dining is on the climb to take the crown as the BEST. Spice Bridge Foodhall alone has added over a dozen new businesses to the fold, allowing new owners a chance to have their own space and serve their community. Whether it’s Jazze’s Afghan-American Cuisine or Interurban Hotel’s Rendition, Tukwila has an experience for anyone looking for a new food adventure.  Use the filter on the home page of srweek.org to filter by neighborhood to your spot to dine in Tukwila!

 

Capitol Hill - Central Seattle

The Pacific Northwest is home to some of the best food in the world because of the people that help bring it every step of the way from seed to table. Chef Nicco at Mamnoon in Capitol Hill partners with Farmstand Local Foods to shine a spotlight on local, sustainable foods. Each week Farmstand Local Foods delivers Chef Nicco a selection of produce and herbs for his dishes from local farms, including Tualco Valley Farm in Monroe and award-winning goat cheese from Lost Peacock Creamery in Olympia. You don't need to venture far to enjoy the beauty of products produced right here in Washington state!

 

South Lake Union

Check out all that South Lake Union has to offer! With new additions to the dining scene like Victor Tavern and familiar favorites like Kati Vegan Thai re-opening, it’s one of the best spots in Seattle to eat your way around the world. Try bites inspired by the Italian coast at Cinque Terre Ristorante, authentic Lebanese food at Tanoor, or how about a vegan, gluten-free quinoa salad at Anar!

 

Use the neighborhood filter on the home page of srweek.org to locate South Lake Union participating venues and menus. With the return of Seattle Restaurant Week October 24th - November 6th, it’s the perfect time to get out and enjoy something new!

 

 

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