SRW Spruces Up Spring with $28 Dinners and “Eat & Seek” Contest

QR Code Contest Highlights April 8-19 Dining Promotion
SEATTLE, WA — Spring is underway and Puget Sound area diners know that means another Seattle Restaurant Week is approaching. With forks in hand, eager diners will be able to dine at more than 150 restaurants from April 8-12 and April 15-19 for just $28 for a three-course dinner; some offering $15 for a three-course lunch. From ethnically diverse restaurants to Northwest mainstays, James Beard winners to new favorites waiting to be discovered, the number of participating restaurants continues to exceed 150 for the biggest and broadest reaching dining celebration in the area. A full list of restaurants is available online at www.seattlerestaurantweek.com.

In addition to the 10 days of dining deals, SRW will also be giving away prizes to savvy diners with the Eat & Seek Contest, a QR code contest for smartphone users. All participating restaurants will post the QR code in an inconspicuous location in the restaurant during SRW. Once found, diners simply need to scan the code with their iphone or Android phone in order to enter to win a variety of prizes from an overnight in a Seattle hotel, restaurant gift cards, a chef experience and more. Each diner can only scan the QR code once every 24 hours, giving a maximum of 10 scans during the 10 days of SRW. Social media will aid diners in locating the QR codes with some restaurants giving clues of the QR codes’ location via Facebook and Twitter.

Every three-course menu will offer at least three options under each course. Many restaurants will feature wine pairings and other offerings to enhance the diners’ experience. Participating restaurants cover King County from as far east as Issaquah, west to West Seattle, north to Bothell and Woodinville and south to Des Moines.
25 new restaurants have been added from the previous SRW, including:
AQUA by El Gaucho
Art of the Table
Bako
Barrio Mexican Kitchen & Bar
Black Bottle
BluWater Bistro Greenlake
BluWater Bistro Leschi
Cutters Crabhouse
Harborside
Le Grande Bistro Américain
Lot No. 3
Marché
Mariposa @ Neiman-Marcus
Mondello
Purple Café and Wine Bar, Kirkland
Purple Café and Wine Bar, Woodinville
Rover’s Restaurant
Serious Pie Downtown
Serious Pie Westlake & Harrison
Ship Canal Grill
Sushi Kappo Tamura
The Coterie Room
Trago Cocina & Lounge
Via Tribunali Capitol Hill
Via Tribunali Queen Anne
As a partner in SRW, Seattletimes.com continues to lend its expertise of over 10 years of managing restaurant promotions in the Puget Sound area. Seattletimes.com works in conjunction with the Seattle Restaurant Cooperative to execute and grow the promotion by working with the restaurants and reaching local diners to celebrate the region’s dining landscape.
About Seattle Restaurant Week
Seattle Restaurant Week, held twice annually, offers diners a $28 three-course menu and some restaurants also provide $15 three-course lunch, Sunday through Thursday; excluding Friday and Saturday, at participating area restaurants. The promotion is open to any King County restaurant that can offer a value driven menu for $28. Seattle Restaurant Week is operated by the Seattle Restaurant Cooperative, a non-profit association united to represent local area restaurants. Seattle Restaurant Cooperative board members include restaurateurs from Flying Fish, John Howie Restaurants, Maria Hines Restaurants, Nell’s Restaurant and Tom Douglas Restaurants. For more information, visit www.SeattleRestaurantWeek.com. Diners can visit Twitter (@SeattleRWand Facebook (Facebook.com/SeattleRestaurantWeek) for daily news and giveaways.

Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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