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Get a behind-the-scenes look at the seasonal spring produce featured on many of the Seattle Restaurant Week menus. Learn more here.

MAR·KET Seattle

The Carlile Room

Bottle & Bull

Bamboo Sushi

Connect With The Past and Support The Future in the Chinatown-International District

Seattle’s self-guided Green Book Tour

In a time when city living is becoming more difficult, especially for those who develop our art, food, and community care, it is essential to coordinate our efforts to maintain the very foundations that make the culture of Seattle, well, Seattle. Seattle Restaurant Week is proud to feature restaurants along the Green Book Tour, a new app developed by Black & Tan Hall that highlights the rich cultural past of Seattle’s historic Chinatown-International District neighborhood. Featured restaurants include:

Celebrate Earth Month and enjoy $5 off your meal at participating restaurants

Allergen-free Hungarian Dobosh wedding cake from Askatu Bakery

In celebration of Earth Month, Seattle Restaurant Week is partnering with Intentionalist to open $100 tabs so that you can enjoy $5 off your meal at five participating restaurants that demonstrate a variety of sustainable practices, helping diners do right by the planet while enjoying amazing food.
 
Click here to access your unique code to use through April 16th or until the tab runs out. Featured restaurants include:
 

South Lake Union is matching up to $5,000 in funds donated to Good Food Kitchens April 3-16

Chef Shota Nakajima, owner of Taku and Good Food Kitchens restaurant partner, prepares meals for the community.

As a part of the Seattle Restaurant Week Give a Meal promotion, South Lake Union is generously matching funds donated to Good Food Kitchens from April 3-16 up to $5,000! Any donation you make through the promotion doubles in value. 
 
Good Food Kitchens provides funds directly to restaurants to prepare free, nutritious and culturally relevant meals for community members in need, helping to keep restaurant doors open and workers employed, while purchasing from local farms and producers and creating long-term local supply chain relationships.
 
Visit Good Food Kitchens to see the growing list of partners who will be directly supported by your fundraising efforts.
 

Help sustain this food access and local economy support for years to come! Donate now to unlock the matching funds and double your impact.

Community and innovation continue to pave the path forward as the restaurant industry recovers.

Hand-made tetelas from Pancita

Of the precious few things the restaurant industry can celebrate after the last few years, it is worth taking careful note of how its values in innovation and community care have shaped the landscape of recovery and growth. Pop-ups and food trucks offer some of the most exciting, creative food to be found throughout the region. They offer room for chefs to experiment and establish a new concept before taking the plunge into the often precarious venture of opening a brick and mortar space. While the restaurant world strives to recover from the upending impact of the pandemic, we are seeing a wealth of incredible menus born from chefs cooking and creating community on the alternative path forward.

La Dive | Pancita | T’juana Tacos

Read the full article here.

With more flexibility in menu offerings, diners and businesses alike have more to explore than ever.

The outstanding view at Salty’s on Alki

This season’s Seattle Restaurant Week offers a wide array of menu options across the region. 

Find curated menus with flavors from Calcutta and Delhi; fresh pasta made daily; a large selection of Greek wine varietals; Skagit farm-sourced lamb and produce; Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean cuisine; modernized classic Chinese cuisine; and sustainable seafood with views of the glittering lights of the city at night:

Spice Waala | Tavolàta | Omega Ouzeri | San Fermo | Cedars Restaurant | Baron’s Sino Kitchen & Bar | Salty’s on Alki

Read the full article here.

With more flexible menu options and new pricing tiers, diners have more to explore than ever.

Cocktail from a festive conch shell at The Carlile Room.

While many changes have been made to the structure of Seattle Restaurant Week in order to create a more diverse selection of menu offerings throughout the region, diners can still expect to find the familiar, beloved restaurants alongside new and exciting additions to the roster of eateries and bars they can visit. 

Explore comforting Khachapuri, a quintessential steakhouse experience, sustainable seafood, modern cocktails with an unparalleled view, dining below aerialists, and classic Pacific Northwest fare:

Skalka | El Gaucho | AQUA by El Gaucho |  WildFin | The Nest | Suite Restaurant/LoungeThe Carlile Room | Seatown Rub Shack & Fishfry

Read the full article here.

Press

Celebrate Seattle Restaurant Week by diving headfirst into a bowl of dumplings from Korochka Tavern. (Korochka Tavern)

During the twice-yearly Seattle Restaurant Week, which runs from April 3-16, a slew of participating restaurants, bars, cafes, food trucks, caterers, and pop-ups across Seattle serve up to two special menus for $20, $35, $50, and $65. Businesses may participate with indoor or outdoor dining, takeout, delivery, or meal kits, and many offer a “give a meal” option so diners can donate to their in-house community meal programs or to Good Food Kitchens. Over 200 restaurants are participating, so it can be daunting to figure out where you want to eat first. To narrow it down, we’ve rounded up this list of restaurants worth trying so you can make the most of this event—everywhere from Taku and Communion to Korochka Tavern and Kottu. For more ideas, check out our food and drink guide.

Read full article here.

Spice Waala owners Uttam Mukherjee and Aakanksha Sinha.

The first Restaurant Week of the year falls at the beginning of spring, perhaps the most delicious and versatile growing season of the year. For the first time in its 20-year history, Seattle Restaurant Week will offer several prices ($20, $35, $50 and $65), giving diners budget options and restaurants the flexibility to offer a broader range of dishes.

Read more about featured menus from:

Vendemmia | Raccolto | Haymaker | Autumn | Jetty Bar & Grille | Chu Minh Tofu | Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouse | El Gaucho | Soulful Dishes | Delish Ethiopian Cuisine | Spice Waala | Conversation | Le Coin | Volterra

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A warming Khachapuri boat from Skalka makes for the perfect breakfast.

If you’re like some of us here at Do206, you spend a large amount of time going through the menus available for Seattle Restaurant Week searching for the ones that have a vegetarian or vegan option for every course. But this year, we’ve done that for you! Check out the places with these options and make your plans for Seattle Restaurant Week.

Explore the full guide here.

Intentionalist is proud to be a Seattle Restaurant Week partner, celebrating the diversity of our city’s local eateries. Seattle Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to #SpendLikeItMatters at the independent restaurants in our communities and celebrate the diverse people behind them.

Seattle Restaurant Week is a great time to support your favorite restaurants or try somewhere new and explore a new neighborhood. Check out over 100 participating Intentionalist businesses.

Explore the full guide here.

Grilled pork collar with fermented cabbage at Conversation | Photo by Kaleena Bliss

Dig in, food lovers. Seattle Restaurant Week is here again, going on from now until Sat., April 16 — so really two whole weeks. Hot damn. It’s a totally awesome chance to try out a new spot or rediscover a beloved old-timer.

There are over 200 restaurants, pop-ups, and food trucks participating in SRW’s spring edition with takeout and delivery options in addition to dine-in, as well as a charitable component. Check out these highlights and must-tries, including the Buzzworthy, Bargains, Date Night, and Family-Friendly picks.

Explore the full guide here.

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