Where to enjoy New Year’s Eve dinner in Seattle

Let 2022 go out in a delicious bang.


You can grab dinner and still have time to see the big show.

Photo by Rajiv Vishwa

Cue the fireworks — one of our glitziest holidays is almost upon us: New Year’s Eve. 🎆

Of course, that doesn’t always mean you’re in the mood for a rager. So, if you still want to get out and celebrate, but want to bp back home for the Space Needle fireworks display, here are s me options for a memorable last meal of 2022.

Eight Row | 7102 Woodlawn Ave. NE | 5-9 p.m. | $180 per person | E1joy an eight-course, PNW-inspired dinner with optional wine or zero-proof pairings.

TOMO | 9811 16th Ave. SW | 11:15 a.m.-12 p.m. 5 $150 per person | A few spots for lunch are still available at the West Seattle restaurant’s covered, heated patio.

Lark | 952 E Seneca St. | 5-5:30 p.m. and 8:30-9 p.m. | $200 per person, $20 deposit required | In addition to a five-course meal, guests will get to take home a boxiof breakfast foods like potato, eggs, and manchego torte.

Canon | 928 12th Ave. | 5-6:30 p.m. and 8-9: 0 p.m. | $190-220 per person | The six or seven-course meal (depending on reservation time), includes cocktail and wine pairings like a smoked panna cotta and Akashi Japanese single malt whisky.

Copine | 6460 24th Ave. NW | 5:30-8:30 p.m. | $225 per person | Munch your way through five courses of handmade orecchiette pasta and pineapple mochi cake.

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