OVER 200 RESTAURANT CHOICES. TWO 3-COURSE OFFERS. SIX WEEKS TO CELEBRATE.
Seattle’s largest 3-course dining celebration just got larger! Seattle Restaurant Week, features over 170 restaurant choices and runs for the next two weeks- delivering a seamless segue into Seattle’s longest running dining celebration- Dine Around Seattle! Dine Around Seattle debuts a new line-up of 57 hand-picked favorite restaurants, introduces 13 new selections, and serves up 4 weeks of locally sourced, chef-inspired goodness.
Each of the stand-alone events are independently operated- offering a unique 3-course approach. When paired together, they represent a 6 week, 3-course dining adventure- giving residents and visitors an even greater opportunity to “dine around Seattle” while delivering customers through the doors of some of the region’s best restaurants.
“Both Seattle Restaurant Week and Dine Around Seattle do a great job of connecting residents to our local restaurants, contributing millions to Seattle’s economy and strengthening our community,” said Christine Hanna of Seattle Good Business Network. “Dine Around Seattle is especially focused on showcasing restaurants that source their ingredients from local farms and food producers throughout the Northwest, so every dollar spent has even more positive local impact. A huge thanks to all the residents, restaurants, and local food producers who participate in this six week dining extravaganza!”
Dine Around Seattle
1 month. 57 Select Restaurants. 3 courses for $33.
Enjoy Seattle’s original 3-course dining promotion, November 2-30th, Sundays-Thursdays. 57 hand-picked restaurants are offering 3-course dinners that celebrate the northwest’s bounty- and showcase some of the area’s finest culinary talents. Many are offering lunch for $18.
Dine out and celebrate the fall run of Seattle Restaurant Week, October 19-23 and 26-30. More than 170 local restaurants are serving up 3-course dinners for just $30- and many of them are offering 2-course lunches for $15.
Dine Around Seattle is brought to you by Seattle Good Business Network, 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.
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.