The Best of Seattle Restaurant Week

  Views from  Palisade

Views from Palisade

It's here! Twice a year Seattle Restaurant Week takes over the food scene to bring us some of the best meals in Seattle for only $33/dinner! It's an unofficial holiday among my family, as we always pick places to try or our tried and true favorites to visit.

Here are the full details:

  • 165+ Restaurants 
  • Sunday - Thursday from Oct 15 - Nov 2, 2017
  • $33 for a 3-course dinner or $18 for 2-3 course lunch

Now that's a lot of great restaurants, so I've pulled out my favorites that are worth a try! Check out the full list on their website here. In alphabetical order, let's get started!

 

Anthony's Home Port, Downtown or Kirkland

Stick with what they do best! Chowder + Salmon!

AQUA by El Gaucho, Belltown

If you can, go when it's light out to get the amazing views of the waterfront

Barrio Mexican Kitchen, Capitol Hill

Uh their vegetable hash for lunch looks amazing and rockfish ceviche for dinner? Sign me up!

Bastille Cafe & Bar, Ballard

My favorite French spot in Seattle! You can never go wrong with Moules Frites

Coastal Kitchen, Capitol Hill

Typically my brunch favorite, their Restaurant Week menu looks amazing! Get some oysters too if that's your thing.

Derby, SoDo

A new spot in SoDo, I just went here and it has awesome food and even cooler old cars! Macklemore's limo anyone?

Etta's, Downtown

You literally can't go wrong with a Tom Douglas restaurant. Their pear + huckleberry tarte is catching my eye...

Palisade, Magnolia

A must-go if you want beautiful views of the water and downtown Seattle! Such a great ambiance, and not typically somewhere you'd go every day, which makes it special during Restaurant Week.

Skillet Diner, Capitol Hill or Ballard

Some good old fashioned American food - but delicious! I have yet to have a bad dish here, so their menu looks hopeful!

Thackeray, Fremont

This has been my recent obsession! Whatever you do, get the Ethiopian Fried Chicken! SO worth the indulgence. 

Toulouse Petite, Lower Queen Anne

A Seattle staple known for their cajun cooking.

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