How does a restaurant become part of Seattle Restaurant Week?
Any King County restaurant that is able to offer a value driven three-course menu for $32 is welcome to join. To be part of the next Seattle Restaurant Week or for additional information, please email your restaurant name and contact information to SRW@seattletimes.com. We will be in touch!
What is Seattle Restaurant Week?
Seattle Restaurant Week is a celebration of food that spreads across King County, inviting people to dine for a deal in nearly every Seattle and Eastside neighborhood. The dining celebration features over 165 restaurants offering a three-course menu for $32; some also offering a three-course lunch for $18 (Sunday through Thursday only; excluding Friday, Saturday and Sunday brunch).
When is it?
Seattle Restaurant Week is a ten day promotion held twice annually in April and October.
What is the cost?
Participating restaurants offer a three-course dinner for $32 featuring an appetizer, entrée and dessert with at least three options under each course. Some participants also offer a three-course lunch for $18. Price is per person and does not include drinks, tax or gratuity.
How do I take part in Seattle Restaurant Week?
No passes, tickets or coupons are required. Diners may simply visit their favorite participating restaurants throughout the 10 days to enjoy the special $32 prix fixe menus. It is strongly recommended that diners make reservations in advance. To make a lunch or dinner reservation, please contact the restaurants directly.
Which restaurants are involved?
More than 165 restaurants throughout King County participate during both the spring and fall promotions. A complete list of participating restaurants is available here.
Are reservations required?
Reservations are not required, but are strongly encouraged. Walk-ins are appreciated; however, there is no guarantee that walk-in guests will be accommodated. Please check with the restaurant(s) you are interested in dining at to learn their reservation policy.
Who puts on Seattle Restaurant Week?
Seattle Restaurant Week is operated by the Seattle Restaurant Cooperative. It is produced by The Seattle Times, which lends its expertise of consumer engagement and powerful reach to motivate participants.
What is the Seattle Restaurant Cooperative?
Seattle Restaurant Cooperative is a non-profit association of local restaurateurs united to represent local area restaurants. Its board members include representatives from some of the city's finest and most notable restaurants: John Howie Restaurants, Young American Alehouse, Tilth, Nell's Restaurant, Luc and Tom Douglas Restaurants. The founding members of Seattle Restaurant Cooperative are the chef-owners of Crush, Ethan Stowell Restaurants and Tilth.
Why did Seattle Restaurant Week start?
Seattle Restaurant Week started when local area restaurants united to thank diners for their support of the restaurant community over the years. Since its inception, Seattle Restaurant Week has provided diners with the opportunity to dine at some of the best restaurants in the area for a great deal. It continues to be a celebration of food and remains to be the broadest reaching, most price-conscious restaurant promotion in the area and one of the lowest priced restaurant promotions in the country.
How do I enter the contest?
Stay tuned! An exciting contest is coming soon.
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