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Guide to Seattle Restaurant Week, Spring 2024

Give Seattle’s vast culinary options a taste test with specially crafted menus at 200+ local restaurants.

A collection of tapas dishes from MariPili

MariPili takes over the former Cafe Presse space.

Photo by Grayson Corrales

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Dig in, food lovers. Seattle Restaurant Week (SRW) is here again, going on from Saturday, April 12 until Saturday, April 27 — so really two whole weeks. Hot damn.

For a refresher, SRW is when local restaurants offer special deals that range from $20 lunches to multi-course dinners of $20, $35, $50, or $65. It’s a delicious chance to try out a new spot or rediscover a beloved old-timer.

There are over 200 restaurants, pop-ups, and food trucks participating in SRW’s spring edition with takeout, delivery, and dine-in options, plus a charitable component. While you can do a full search online, let’s go over some must-tries.

Buzzworthy 🐝

MariPili Tapas Bar | 1117 12th Ave.
Get ready for a landscape of dishes with the $65 spread at this highly-regarded Capitol Hill spot.

Dumpling the Noodle | 1723 N. 45th St.
Confusing name, but the dumplings are critically acclaimed.

Bargains 💰

Chiho Bistro | 2330 Second Ave.
Bring a friend or two to chow down on some soup dumplings that will absolutely blow your mind.

Palisade | 2601 W. Marina Pl.
The oh-so-fancy seafood restaurant is offering a fab three-course meal for just $65.

Limoncello Belltown | 2326 First Ave.
Grab salad, dreamily chewy pasta, and a dessert for as little as $35.

A plate of sauce covered shrimp and thinly sliced baguette pieces sit quite elegantly on a white table.

The “Wicked Shrimp” is one of the options on El Gaucho Bellevue’s Seattle Restaurant Week menu.

Photo via Fire and Vine

Date night ❤️

El Gaucho | Multiple locations
Each of the El Gaucho restaurants around the Seattle area are offering their own series of course selections, so we recommend doing a bit of perusing before you make the rezzies — or try them all.

The Restaurant at DeLille Cellars | 14300 NE 145th St., Ste. 100
This is a grand opportunity to sip on some award-winning wine with a delectable dinner.

San Fermo | 5341 Ballard Ave. NW
Grab a first and second course for $35, then dive in to some other yummy dishes.

Family-friendly 🧸

Bok a Bok Fried Chicken | 5201 University Way NE, Unit D
If all your kiddo eats is chicken nuggets, this may be a good compromise. Grab chicken and sides for two people ($35) or four ($60).

Ballard Pizza Co. | 5107 Ballard Ave. NW
Luckily, pizza is a delight no matter your age. Pick an appetizer, a medium pie, and a dessert for the table for $35.

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