Get your forks ready! March 1- 29, it’s the 10th anniversary of Dine Around Seattle! Sundays through Thursdays, you can dine at some of Seattle’s top restaurants. Just $30/person for a 3-course meal!

Whether you live in the Seattle area or are just visiting, Dine Around Seattle is a fine-dining experience you don’t want to miss. Now in its tenth year, this bi-annual promotion has become so woven into the culinary culture of our area, that locals and visitors alike eagerly await its arrival.

Here’s how Dine Around Seattle works. Each March and November, Sundays through Thursdays, Seattle area’s finest restaurants offer 3-course dinners for a mere $30. This includes selections for appetizer, entrée, and dessert. Many of the restaurants also offer lunch for $15. Prices do not include beverage, tax or gratuity.

This year, more restaurants are on board than ever before including Betty Restaurant and Bar, Carmelita Vegetarian Restaurant, Volterra, Assaggio Ristorante Seattle, BOKA Kitchen + Bar, Picolinos, Local 360, The Scotch and Vine (lucky news for Des Moines residents!).

You can make reservations between March 1 and 29 on Dine Around Seattle’s Facebook Page, at or at OpenTable.

Check out all the participating restaurants at

  1. Nena says:

    was a lot worse than what don Imus said. I did not believe that Imus shluod have been fired for what he said, but he was, so now the only fair thing to do to JV and Elvis is to fire them too. If Imus was booted for a simple little phrase that was not intended to hurt the members of the Rutgers basketball team, then surely the abusive racist and sexist language spoken directly to Asian Americans deserves the firing of the two. Unfortunately I don’t think that Elvis and JV will be fired or this story will receive significant national coverage. The Asian American community, as usual, won’t care enough to make a big deal about it, even though it is. I say that it is a big deal not because of what the two said, which was still bad, but because people think that they can attack and make fun of Asians without consequence. If JV and Elvis had called Black owned businesses and done the equivalent to Black employees they would have been off the ar faster than Imus. Currently in our society it is socially acceptable to make fun of Asians (as well as whites), but it is not okay to say anything about Blacks or any other minorities. Either no one is off limits or everyone is. I would prefer the former, but in light of Imus’ firing, JV and Elvis must go to, or it will be completely obvious that there are huge double standards in America when it comes to racism.

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