|One of the perks of vacationing in Seattle or being here on business is the wondrous variety of food Seattle has to offer. March is a particularly nice time to try out delicious foods in Seattle restaurants for a great price!
Dine Around Seattle is a March only event with participating restaurants providing special three-course prix-fixe meals. This dining out event runs Sundays through Thursday starting March 6 through the 31st. It excludes Fridays, Saturdays, and holidays. Around 44 restaurants will provide lunches for only $18 and dinners for $33. These pricings are per person and do not included beverages, tax, or gratuity.
Visit opentable.com to find plenty of restaurant styles that are sure to satisfy your appetite. Many restaurants participating in Dine Around Seattle offer both lunch and dinner, though some only serve dinner. Visiting the Open Table link allows you to find a restaurant to your liking, pick the date and time, and reserve a table with ease. Open Table also makes it easy to see how many people have booked a table at these restaurants so you’ll know the popularity of each place.
Dine Around Seattle is a great way to experience Seattle dining on a budget. Book a table for just one day or schedule your entire week in Seattle around trying out a variety of restaurants. This dining event is sure to broaden your palette with scrumptious and unique foods of varying ethnicities.
Here are a few restaurants that are participating in this event within or near downtown Seattle:
Anchovies & Olives: Italian seafood and pasta. This Italian restaurant also offers a wine list that is 100% Italian with an emphasis on white varietals.
Barolo: More than a mix of old world northern Italian dishes, Barola offers over 400 notable labels and varietal wines.
Chop Shop: Specializing in fresh foods and unique tastes that are both beautiful and delectable.
Girin: A modern take on classical Korean cuisine.
Lecosho: European-inspired dishes utilizing the best of local and seasonal fare.
Local 360 Café & Bar: Modern American restaurant that cultivates raw ingredients from within 360 miles of Seattle. The bar is fully stocked with the largest selection of northwest distilled spirits, wine, and beer.
Poppy: Menu highlights the best of local seasonal ingredients. Inspired by the thali, a tray of many small dishes served all at once to each guest, Poppy is the perfect venue for group dining.