Seattle Restaurant Week - Restaurant Highlights
With two runs throughout the year, Seattle Restaurant Week is an event a lot of locals look forward to. Running both in the Spring and in the Fall, there are two weeks of the year where diners can get an amazing 3 course dinner for only $35. Two days remain for this Spring's restaurant week and we urge you to go try out any new restaurants you have yet to get to. Our team compiled a list of our favorite restaurants from our Restaurant Week experiences for you all to try this time or in the Fall!
1. Pablo Y Pablo
Stylish Mexican restaurant near Gas Works Park. Our team frequents here for lunch. Some of our favorite items are the taco y taco combo where you can pick your choice of tacos + a side or their burrito. Be sure to prepare ahead and go at a reasonable time because they only accept walk ins!
2. San Fermo
A beautiful little home restored into a restaurant nestled in between two businesses on one of Ballard's most popular streets, is San Fermo. San Fermo is a charming and romantic spot for not only their memorable ambiance, but more so for their amazing Italian dishes. From their simple baguette with salted butter to their complex homemade pastas like fava bean agnolotti, there are no bad dishes here. Enjoy their spring happy hour from 5-6 pm for 2 pastas and a bottle of wine!
3. Omega Ouzeri
Greece comes to Seattle with a focus on meze and a contemporary twist! Greek restauranter Thomas Soukakos from El Greco and Vios, brings authentic and fresh dishes like Dakos and whole grilled Mediterranean Sea bass to our gray city. Sip on some tsipouro our ouzo and enjoy the small bites. This spot is a Seattle must!
"Eve is dedicated to eating as cleanly and wholesomely as possible. Food that is good for the body and the soul"
Just like their mission states, Eve is a restaurant that focuses on wholesome and clean food in a local way. Popular dishes like the Eve Hot Bowl, roasted veggies, and Snake River Farms American Wagyu Bavette there are plenty of yummy dishes to eat that you do not have to be guilty about. The intimate atmosphere and nourishing food will surely feed your soul.
Fried chicken, kimchi, and rice? At Ma'Ono its a thing. Fusion is the cuisine here with an Hawaiian inspired twists on American classics. Besides the yummy fried chicken, their spicy chicken sandwich and loco moco are must haves! And of course a meal here wouldn't be complete without their banana cream pie.