Reserve your Valentine's Day dinner at one of these Seattle restaurants

Jan 22 2021, 10:08 pm

Do you know where you’re eating this Valentine’s Day?

With less than a month until the big day, make sure to get your reservation in before it’s too late.

We’ve gathered a list of Valentine’s Day specials taking place around Seattle.



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Enjoy sushi for two from Shiro’s made with top-grade ingredients from Japan, such as Kasugodai (young sea bream), Anago (sea eel), and Kuruma-Ebi (Japanese Tiger Prawn). Shiro’s will also be drawing from premium Western seafood such as lobster, tongue sole, and oyster, crafting them into delicious sushi with new interpretations of the Edomae-style technique.

Reserve your takeout-only platter by calling 206-443-9844, or online beginning February 12.

Ray’s Boathouse


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For the upcoming Valentine’s weekend, Ray’s is opening its virtual cellar for special orders of its extremely limited selection of Champagne and Sparkling Wines by the bottle, from near and far. Cava, Cremant, Champagne and Sparkling Wines are all available. Simply click, peruse, purchase and schedule your pickup time starting now.

Ba Bar 


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Special Valentine’s Weekend menu items at Ba Bar include Ba Bar’s Bánh Tét (sweetened cake appetizer) for $7, featuring sticky rice rolled in banana leaf filled with mung bean and pork. The Tet and Valentine’s combination includes Wagyu phở (instead of the standard prime eye round) and a red bean mochi dessert for just $25 per person. Order online for takeaway or dine on the well-appointed heated patio.



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Beginning Valentine’s Day, Monsoon will be offering a $60, fully prepared, ready-to-eat Seafood for Two meal kit for takeout only. Takeout pre-orders are available now, while dine-in reservations for Valentine’s will become available beginning on February 13. The dinner for two includes Dungeness crab rolls with shrimp, glass noodle, and nước chấm, pickled mustard green fried rice, and fried oysters, as well as pan-seared diver scallops with turmeric and sweet ginger broth.

Cafe Flora


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Enjoy an all-vegan Valentine’s with Cafe Flora, which will be offering boxed dinners made for two to-go. Each vegan and gluten-free box contains taro chips served with butternut pate, beet pepper jam, and an avocado-pumpkin seed scallion pistou, a salad, an entree of artichoke croquettes with spiced lemongrass sauce, gingered kabocha smash, and grilled chayote squash with beluga lentils and maitake mushrooms, as well as a chocolate tower for dessert. Each food box for two costs $90, and an additional $45 for the addition of three beverages. Place your order online at

The Lakehouse


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James Beard Award-winning Chef Jason Wilson has created an opulent four-course Valentine’s takeout dinner sure to please. He’s extended this special menu to run all Valentine’s Weekend, from Friday through Sunday. Each $100 meal includes a salad with citrus roasted beets, toasted pistachio butter, honey black truffle chevre, and arugula pasta, a Maine lobster-stuffed cappelletti pasta, grilled Washington filet mignon, and a Valrhona chocolate tart. Place your order at The Lakehouse online.

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