For Seattle Restaurant Week—happening October 22 to November 4—it’s easier to Eat at the Peak with help from Puget Sound Food Hub
For this Fall’s Seattle Restaurant Week, we’re inviting you to Eat at the Peak of harvest time, savoring the abundance of foods grown right here in the Puget Sound area.
PSFH is a farmer-owned cooperative based in Skagit Valley that works exclusively with food producers within the 12 counties that border Puget Sound. That means travel time between farm to kitchen is shorter, leading to decreased carbon emissions. Restaurants are able to buy direct from local producers with a single order, and produce is often picked the day before it’s delivered.
Learn more about the restaurants and vendors who purchase locally grown foods through PSFH. including:
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Pair your SRW dining event with a visit to a nearby Seattle Restored art or boutique pop-up and earn points for prizes.
Seattle Restaurant Week is excited to be partnering with Seattle Restored through a new digital passport. Pair your SRW dining event with a visit to a nearby art or boutique pop-up and earn points for prizes. Mix and match whatever dining and arts or shopping experiences you like.
Seattle Restored revitalizes Seattle neighborhoods with creativity and commerce. Launched in the spring of 2022, Seattle Restored has successfully placed 77 pop-up shops and art installations in vacant storefronts. It’s a win for everybody, one that encourages the public to visit downtown neighborhoods and support local artists and entrepreneurs while they’re there.
Head to our official Passport page to sign up for your free SRW x SR Digital Passport, which includes an interactive map.