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The time has come again for Seattle to dig into our local dining scene and support those spots that keep us fed and happy through the colder months. Seattle Restaurant Week is a bi-annual prix fixe dining promotion that gives diners a unique chance to support the greater Seattle area’s culinary community, highlighting its craft, diversity, resilience, and great food!
Seattle Restaurant Week will run October 24th – November 6th, 2021 – Over 200 participating venues across 45+ neighborhoods and cities in the Greater Seattle area will participate. Take a peek at our growing list of participating restaurants at www.srweek.org! Restaurants will be offering special menus of $20 lunches, $35 and/or $50 dinners. Menu offerings can include takeout, delivery, or on-site dining. Get a preview of some of the spots with this list!
Cedar + Elm
The cornerstones of the Cedar + Elm culinary program are sustainability, seasonality, and support of local producers and purveyors. Everything they serve is rooted in responsibility just as much as flavor. The culinary team ventures from farm to sea in search of the freshest local ingredients; even harvesting produce, herbs, and honey from their own Chef’s Garden and apiary. The Cedar + Elm menu is matched in style and artistry by the historic dining space.
DeLille Cellars, a pioneer of Bordeaux-style blends, is considered a principal influence in establishing Washington as a premier viticultural region with a strong tradition of quality and excellence over its 29-year history. Today, DeLille has a portfolio of over a dozen Bordeaux and Rhone style blends true to the terroir of Washington State. Pair their wine with amazing bites at their tasting room in Woodinville!
Rendition at Hotel Interurban is a sophisticated and welcoming urban hangout – full of laid-back Seattle Southside energy. Experience renditions of classic American cuisine that highlight the bounty of the Pacific Northwest and unique offerings from independent producers, whether it be in the contemporary dining room featuring trailing foliage and conversation sparking artwork, or a chic outdoor patio with warm firepits and twinkling lights.
Kirkland has a gem in Hearth! A go-to neighborhood spot, where comfort food meets careful craftsmanship, and the local libations are endless. Warm up next to their hearth oven and chat with the chef as they’re placing a pizza pie in for firing or step up to the bar where the bartenders can walk you through on-tap brews and contemporary cocktails. Whether you’re a Kirkland local or a traveling guest, you’ll remember the inviting atmosphere, year-round outdoor dining, and amazing food!
This special sushi spot makes every decision with the highest regard for this world and the people in it. From transparency in ingredient sourcing, reducing their carbon footprint and enriching the communities we live in: Bamboo Sushi’s mission is to change the way people eat, inspiring a shift within the restaurant industry and beyond.
Known for its authentic, northern Italian cuisine, the food at la Spiga is a gastronomic tribute to Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region. Executive Chef Sabrina Tinsley pairs the finest Italian ingredients with what is freshest in local markets to create seasonal menus that include made-in-house pasta, signature sauces and decadent desserts. Currently open for limited indoor seating, and patio “pod” dining.
Chef Curtis’ philosophy is to use the best local and imported ingredients and put them together simply so the ingredients speak for themselves. He strongly believes it’s important to know the source of every ingredient and travels to Italy annually. He also works closely with local farmers and uses only the freshest seasonal products available. Menu highlights include seasonal Tuscan ingredients, housemade pasta and charcuterie, Wild Boar Tenderloin with gorgonzola mustard sauce, and extensive gluten free options.
Each spot is special in it’s own way and offers something unique to the Seattle restaurant scene. Beyond dining out, be sure to check out Seattle Restaurant Week’s Good Food Kitchen Programs for more ways to contribute to our restaurant scene and those in need. Find this information and more at www.srweek.org and don’t forget to join the fun October 24th through November 6th!