Seattle restaurants offering Valentine's Day dinner to-go

Feb 4 2021, 10:20 am

We love eating, so why not celebrate love while eating? It just makes sense, especially on Valentine’s Day.

If you want to stick to sweatpants or you simply don’t feel like going all out at a restaurant, you can get some exceptional (and delicious) grub on February 14 that will leave you fully satisfied.

Whether it’s a quick pick-up/takeout situation, or delivery from a local spot that you want to support, here’s a handy list of Seattle restaurants offering Valentine’s Day meals-to-go this year.

Shiro’s

 

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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 by ordering online beginning February 12.

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.

Monsoon

 

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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. 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. Takeout pre-orders are available now, while dine-in reservations for Valentine’s will become available beginning on February 13.

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 cafeflora.com.

The Metropolitan Grill

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This Valentine’s Day, enjoy a crab and artichoke dip served with a mini baguette, seasoned chateaubriand served with Classic Cliff Sauce, au gratin potatoes, tomato gratin, and patty pan squash, as well as a finales chocolate vanilla torte with fresh raspberries. The dinner for two starts at $185 and includes an option of adding on bottles of wine.

Paragon Seattle

 

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Join Paragon’s Supper Club for a virtual evening of fine food, tipples, burlesque, music, and merriment. On the menu is a delicata squash with greek yogurt, walnuts, and honey, a roasted rack of lamb with saffron rice, and a dark chocolate brownie with rosewater whipped cream, cocoa nibs, and dried rose petals. Order online here.

Team XOBC

 

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Team XOBC consists of multi-Grammy Award-winning local artist Brandi Carlile and her wife, Catherine, along with their business partners and friends, Amy and Jeri Andrews. They’ve collaborated with their longtime favorite Seattle chef, James Beard Award-winner Maria Hines, to bring you a three-course dinner complete with wine. Order online.

BBQ Jack’s

Order in Jack’s Prime Rib Dinner for Two with a roasted strawberry salad, two 14- to 16-ounce cuts of Double R Ranch smoked prime rib with whipped potatoes, sweet pepper braised green beans, and horseradish cream and au jus. You’ll also receive a mini-Bourbon chocolate pecan pie with cream. Dinner for two is $150 with gratuity included and can be ordered online at JacksBBQ.com.

Fog Room 

 

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Fog Room is offering several Valentine’s Day specials, including a Valentine’s Breakfast Box with biscuits and scones, Valentine’s Day Feast at Home with scallop ceviche, lobster Thermidor pie, and several other decadent la carte items. Dishes and Valentine’s Day boxes can be ordered online for pickup.

Woodblock

Whether you’d like a simple snack or cocktail to go, Woodblock has it all. Choose between a snack platter or red gnocchi for two, as well as a love letters cocktail kit which makes six delicious drinks. Orders can be made online.

Elliott’s Oyster House 

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Elliott’s Oyster House is serving up two specials this Valentine’s Day: a filet mignon oscar, and Guinness chocolate cheesecake. The cocktail special of the day is a lovely chocolate martini with Godiva chocolate liqueur, dark crème de cacao, Kahlua, and cream. Meals can be ordered for takeout online or enjoyed in-house.

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