Dine Around Seattle Returns with 57 Participating Restaurants, Starts November 2nd

Dine Around Seattle, the popular twice-yearly annual event, has added 14 new restaurants to its extensive roster of area dining. From classic downtown establishments to favorite neighborhood joints, Dine Around Seattle encourages locals to explore Seattle’s cuisine at an inviting price.

Dine Around Seattle runs November 2 through November 30. Three course prix-fixe dinner menus are offered for $33, with many offering lunch for $18, Sundays through Thursdays at 58 participating restaurants. Prices do not include beverages, tax, or gratuity, and Sunday brunch and Thanksgiving are excluded. Diners interested in making reservations can do so at www.dinearoundseattle.org.

Restaurants joining the promotion this November include Bar Cantinetta, BeachHouse Bar+Grill Madison Park, Bell + Whete, Billy Beach Sushi & Bar, Cafe Lago, Corretto, Flying Fish, LloydMartin, Moksha, Poppy, Quality Athletics Sports Bar and Restaurant, Tray Kitchen, Urbane, and vittles Neighbourhood Bistro & Bar.

Presented by the non-profit Seattle Good Business Network, this fall Dine Around Seattle celebrates 12 years of delicious dining and great deals, supporting small business and our local economy. “There are a number of dining promotions that happen throughout the year in Seattle and all offer diners a great deal,” said Seattle Good Business Network Co-founder, Christine Hanna. “What sets Dine Around Seattle apart is our commitment to neighborhood restaurants and locally sourced fare. We are selective about who we invite to be part of the promotion, and place increasing importance on sustainable, local cuisine. Where our food comes from is just as important as where we eat it!”

The promotion includes a revamped website featuring a map of participating restaurants, a new mobile site, and an extensive marketing plan including a bus campaign and newspaper wraps.

Dine Around Seattle®
Dine Around Seattle runs the entire month of November, the 2nd through the 30th , Dine Around Seattle’s diners are encouraged to check in during their dining experiences via Facebook.com/dinearoundseattle, Twitter(@dinearoundsea), Instagram, Google+ and Pinterest.

The complete list of 57 participating restaurants includes:

ANDALUCA, Bar Cantinetta, Barking Frog, Barolo Ristorante, BeachHouse Bar + Grill- Kirkland, BeachHouse Bar+ Grill- Madison Park , Bell + Whete, Blueacre Seafood, BOKA restaurant + bar, Brass Tacks, Cafe Lago, Cantinetta Bellevue, Cantinetta Seattle, Chan, Chiso,Cicchetti Kitchen + Bar, Coastal Kitchen, Corretto, Flying Fish, Fresh Bistro, icon Grill, Lecosho, Le Grand Bistro, LloydMartin, Local 360 Cafe & Bar, Mamma Melina Ristorante & Pizzeria, Manhattan Seattle, MōkSHA, Monsoon, Monsoon East, Nishino, Peso’s Kitchen & Lounge, Ponti Seafood Grill, Poppy, Preservation Kitchen, Quality Athletics Sports Bar and Restaurant, Ray’s Boathouse, Ray’s Café, Ristorante Paradiso, Row House Café, Skillet Diner- Ballard, Skillet Diner- Capitol Hill, Steelhead Diner, Stumbling Goat Bistro, Tango Restaurant, ten mercer, The Georgian, The Hunt Club, The Olive and Grape, The Scotch and Vine, Toulouse Petit, TRACE, Tray Kitchen, Urbane, vittles Neighborhood Bistro & Bar, Volterra- Ballard, and Volterra- Kirkland.

Dine Around Seattle deeply thanks our sponsors: the American Lamb Board, Charlie’s Produce, Alaska Seafood Marketing Institute, Open Table.com, Joynin, Seattle Met, CityArts, Seattle Weekly, Titan360.com, The Stranger, KEXP, and Northwest Polite Society.

Seattle Good Business Network
Seattle Good Business Network is a non-profit network of residents and local businesses building a vibrant, sustainable local economy by buying, producing and investing locally. We believe in local ownership, strong community, and a healthy environment. To learn more about Seattle Good Business Network, see www.seattlenetwork.org.

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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