Guide to Seattle Restaurant Week, Fall 2022

There’s something for everyone

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You’re drooling over Seastar Restaurant & Raw Bar’s Parmigiano Reggiano Crusted Petrale Sole here.

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Dig in, food lovers. Seattle Restaurant Week (SRW) is here again, going on from now until Sat., Nov. 5 — 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 $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 fall edition with takeout, delivery, and dine-in options, plus a charitable component. While you can do a full search here, let’s go over some must-tries.

Buzzworthy 🐝

Dumpling the Noodle: Confusing name, but the dumplings are critically acclaimed.
Le Coin: If the warm + wild mushrooms with crème fraîche or the grilled trout with spiced almonds don’t pull you in, we’re not sure what will.
Marimakan: This Indonesian crab pop-up has been getting quite a bit of attention for its vibrant flavors.


Money Frog’s SRW menu even includes its frog legs.

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Bargains 💰

BOCA at Queen City Grill: Belltown’s lively Brazilian steakhouse has meats-aplenty + flan-tastic dessert.
Seastar Restaurant and Raw Bar: Oysters, salmon + dessert in Bellevue for $35? Yes, please.
Money Frog: The pan-Asian lounge also has a happy hour deal for the hungry.

Date night ❤️

Mamnoon: The Lebanese restaurant has shareable plates (if you’re feeling generous).
The Lounge at DeLille Cellars: This is a grand opportunity to sip on some award-winning wine with a delectable dinner.
San Fermo: Items rotate daily, but the romantic atmosphere is always there.

Family-friendly 🧸

Hangry Panda: Snacks include teriyaki + “noodle nests,” best washed down with some boba.
Zulu’s Board Game Cafe: Bothell’s fantasy-themed restaurant features items like “hydra” strips and the “human fighter maulburger.”
Bok a Bok Fried Chicken: If all your kiddo eats is chicken nuggets, this may be a good compromise.

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