300 “Dinner for Two” Giveaways for Seattle Restaurant Week’s Return — April 7th-18th


Record Number of Restaurants, Free Dinners for Two, Grand Prize Award

Seattle Restaurant Week (SRW) is returning April 7-11 and April 14-18 with more restaurant participants than ever before. The area’s largest restaurant promotion has grown to 163 restaurants offering three-course dinners for $28 across King County. Diners will also reap the benefits of approximately 300 surprise giveaways with participating restaurants giving away dinners for two during the ten day promotion. A grand prize drawing of a five-course dinner from the restaurants of SRW board members will also be awarded.

Seattle Restaurant Week’s first promotion four years ago had fewer than 100 participants. It has continued to grow with the support of restaurants and the dining public and this spring, it has created an opportunity for the restaurants to thank the diners for their support and patronage with complimentary dinners for two. For each of the ten days of the promotion, approximately 30 restaurants will randomly select two lucky guests for free SRW dinners. The participating restaurants will perform the giveaway twice during the promotion, totaling approximately 300 dinners for two given away for free (excluding beverage, tax and gratuity).

The dinner for two giveaways are in addition to the many gift certificate giveaways given away on the SRW website and through social media outlets. In addition, the SRW board will give away a grand prize of a five-course dinner for eight, with each course prepared by a board member restaurant chef and a paired bottle of wine from the chef’s cellar. All entrants of SRW giveaways and contests will be automatically entered to win the grand prize. The board member restaurants include John Howie Restaurants (John Howie Steaks, Seastar, Sport), Maria Hines Restaurants (Agrodolce, Golden Beetle, Tilth), Nell’s Restaruant, Rover’s, and Tom Douglas Restaurants (Brave Horse Tavern, Cuoco, Dahlia Lounge, Etta’s, Lola, Palace Kitchen, Seatown, Serious Pie).

In its seventh run, Seattle Restaurant Week has grown to a record-breaking number of restaurant participants, 163. This spring features 33 newcomers from the previous fall:

1. Agrodolce
2. Banyan Tree
3. Bar Dojo
4. Branzino
5. Café Parco
6. Collections Café
7. Daniel’s Broiler – Leschi
8. El Gaucho, Seattle
9. Hector’s
10. Hunt Club
11. Jimmy’s on Broadway
12. La Bete
13. La Romanza Bistro Italiano
14. Lombardi’s, Mill Creek
15. Ma’ono
16. McCormick’s Fish House & Bar
17. McCormick & Schmick’s Seafood Restaurants (Bellevue, Harborside and Spring Street)
18. Milagro Cantina
19. Naked City Taphouse
20. Panevino Trattoria & Bar
21. Pizzeria Spaghetteria Guido & Wine Bar
22. Plaka Estiatorio Greek Cuisine
23. Stopsky’s Delicatessen
24. The Gerald
25. The Kingfish Café
26. The Matador (Ballard and West Seattle)
27. Trattoria Amante
28. Volterra Restaurant – Kirkland
29. Wild Fin American Grill (Issaquah and Renton)

About Seattle Restaurant Week
Celebrated for ten days every April and October, Seattle Restaurant Week offers diners $28 three-course dinners at over 160 King County restaurants, some of which also offer $15 three-course lunches. Seattle Restaurant Week partners with The Seattle Times for the broadest reaching dining promotion in the Puget Sound area. Seattle Restaurant Week is operated by the Seattle Restaurant Cooperative, a non-profit association of restaurateurs united to represent local area restaurants. Seattle Restaurant Cooperative board members include restaurateurs from John Howie Restaurants, Maria Hines Restaurants, Nell’s Restaurant, Rover’s and Tom Douglas Restaurants. For more information, visit www.SeattleRestaurantWeek.com. Diners can visit Twitter (@SeattleRW) and Facebook (Facebook.com/SeattleRestaurantWeek) for 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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