“Restaurants and diners alike told us that March’s event was fantastic, so we’re thrilled to bring Dine Around Seattle back this November!” said Seattle Good Business Network’s Christine Hanna. “When else can you savor the Northwest’s incredible fall bounty cooked up by some of the most talented chefs in the world, all for $30? At that price, it’s a great opportunity to revisit an old favorite, and to try a new restaurant.”
Dine Around Seattle®
Participating restaurants will offer three-course prix fixe dinners for $30, with some offering lunch for $15. This price does not include beverages, tax or gratuity. Each restaurant will offer their Dine Around Seattle® menu Sundays through Thursdays, from November 3rd through the 27th. Beginning October 15th diners interested in making reservations can do so via the OpenTable reservations widget at www.dinearoundseattle.org. Dine Around Seattle®’s diners are encouraged to check in during their dining experiences via Facebook, Twitter (@dinearoundsea), FourSquare and Instagram, and to visit on Pinterest, as well.
The complete list of participating restaurants includes:Andaluca, Barking Frog, Barolo Ristorante, BeachHouse Bar+ Grill, Blueacre Seafood, BOKA Restaurant + Bar, Brass Tacks, Cantinetta Bellevue, Cantinetta Seattle, Ch:an, Chandler’s Crabhouse, Chiso Sushi, Cicchetti Kitchen and Bar, Coastal Kitchen, Cutters Crabhouse, Delicatus, Eva Restaurant, Fresh Bistro, Hunger 2.0, Le Grand Bistro Americain, Lecosho, Local 360, Mamma Melina Ristorante & Pizzeria, Monsoon East, Monsoon Restaurant, Nishino, Olivar, Palisade Grill, Pesos, Ponti Seafood Grill, Preservation Kitchen, Rays Boathouse, Rays Café, Spazzo Italian Grill & Wine Bar, Steelhead Diner, Stumbling Goat Bistro, Tango Restaurant, Ten Mercer, The Commons Kitchen & Bar, The Georgian, The Hunt Club at the Sorrento Hotel, The Olive and Grape, The Scotch and Vine, Toulouse Petit, TRACE Seattle, Volterra Ballard, Volterra Kirkland.
Dine Around Seattle® would not be possible without our sponsors which include Charlie’s Produce, Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, KOMO News Radio, OpenTable,Seattle Weekly, The Stranger, NW Polite Society, Seattle Met, and Hale’s Ales.
Seattle Good Business NetworkSeattle Good Business Network is a non-profit network of residents and local businesses building a vibrant, self-reliant local economy by buying, producing and investing locally. We believe in local ownership, strong community, and a healthy environment.