9 of the most romantic restaurants in Seattle

Jan 31 2020, 2:37 pm

Intimate spaces, soft lighting, and sensational menus are just some of the things that these restaurants all have in common.

Entice both your taste buds and your sense of romance during a sensational evening with your love interest at one of these uber swoon-worthy restaurants in Seattle.

The Pink Door


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Start your meal with some fresh Northwest oysters on pink balsamico ice. Then, split two entrees and end with a tasty dessert. The restaurant prides itself on simple, fresh, and seasonal local ingredients that showcase true Italian classics.

Location: 1919 Post Alley, Seattle
Phone: 206-443-3241
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The Corson Building


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Walking up to the Corson Building will have you feeling like you’ve left Seattle. We recommend visiting during warmer weather when the patio is set up for dining and you can eat under the green trees. The spot offers both an a la carte and fixed-price menu, showing off local and in-season foods.

Location: 5609 Corson Avenue South, Seattle
Phone: 206-762-3330



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From the architecture to the dishes, nothing is an afterthought at Canlis. The dressy, fine-dining restaurant will have you and your date feel as Instagram-worthy as their food.

Location: 2576 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle
Phone: 206-283-3313

Six Seven Restaurant


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Located inside the famous Edgewater Hotel, enjoy dinner right on the water’s edge. The restaurant only serves the best wines and dishes with fresh and organic ingredients. When the weather is good, make a reservation for the outside, where you’ll have breathtaking views of the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains.

Location: 2411 Alaskan Way, Seattle
Phone: 206-728-7000
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D’La Santa


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While tacos may not be the neatest food to eat, they definitely give you an excuse to lick your partner’s fingers and wipe their face. The dining room of the Mexican restaurant features a tree with lanterns, which makes for a perfectly romantic backdrop.

Location: 2359 10th Avenue East, Seattle
Phone: 206-709-2222
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New Luck Toy


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With the dark decor, booths, and red lanterns, this spot is just too romantic to pass up. Plus, they serve up some killer cocktails.

Location: 5905 California Street, Seattle
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With a bar in the back and a rooftop garden up top, Bastille has it all. The Parisian restaurant is perfect for a date who longs for a getaway to France but doesn’t have the time to jet off just yet.

Location: 5307 Ballard Avenue Northeast
Phone: 206-453-5014
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AQUA by El Gaucho


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Fine dining by the waterfront — what could be more romantic? The restaurant has both private and semi-private seating options and daily menus as well as vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free options.

Location: 2801 Alaskan Way Pier 70, Seattle
Phone: 206-956-9171
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If you’d like to go out for drinks, this North Ballard spot is the perfect one for your date. It specializes in cocktails and wood-fired delicacies, and their menu is the perfect size to order a few dishes to share.

Location: 1421 NW 70th Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-724-0471