Seattle Restaurant Week extended to last the whole month

Oct 30 2020, 12:21 am

The only thing we can thank the pandemic for is lengthening Seattle Restaurant Week.

Instead of being held for one week, organizers of the food festival have decided to extend the event an entire month, from October 25 to November 21.

The month-long event is Seattle’s largest dining celebration which invites diners to explore over 165 restaurants that they may have overlooked in the past. The participating restaurants offer prix fixe menus at bargain prices.

Deals at participating restaurants will run from Sunday through Thursday and be priced $20 for lunch and $35 for dinner.

This year’s restaurants have the opportunity to feature delivery and take-home meal kits as well as dine-in deals and cocktail packages.


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Organizers have also made it easier than ever to find local restaurants to eat at. On the Restaurant Week website, search through participating restaurants with the “Eat Local First” filter which narrows the search to only restaurants with menu items that include 50% or more ingredients grown or made in Washington.

For a full list of participants, check out the Seattle Restaurant Week homepage.

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