Welcome to the first full weekend of April! There’s a lot going on this weekend whether you’re celebrating Easter or not. So we hope that you all take the time to safely get out of the house and have some fun. Here are 10 socially distant things to do in Seattle this weekend.

Seattle Restaurant Week

Seattle restaurant week is actually a whole entire month which makes it that much better. You can grab meals from so many Seattle restaurants starting as low as $20. It’s an excellent opportunity to eat at places that otherwise might not. Be sure to check out the list of who’s participating!

When: Until April 31st
Where: Varies
Cost: $20-$50

Enjoy re-broadcasts of Seattle Symphony concerts

Sometimes we all get sick of the lo-fi hip hop beats playlist for our daily work-from-home grind. And that’s okay because Seattle Symphony re-broadcasts their amazing concerts for free. You can Shostakovich & Haydn in April and Mendelssohn Violin Concerto in May.

When: April 2nd
Where: Online

French Macaron

Learning to make new food is always fun, especially when it’s something as unique as a macaron. So if you’ve been wanting to learn how to make pastries, this is a great place to start. Plus the class is in person and is COVID-19 safe thanks to mask-wearing, sanitizing, and social distancing.

When: April 3rd
Where: 10320 Kay Way, Mukilteo, WA
Cost: $65+

Watch something new on Netflix

With a new month comes new Netflix additions. So if you’re looking to watch something new you might as well see what’s coming to a computer screen near you soon. Who knows you might just find a new fave or spot an old classic.

When: Click above to see what’s coming to Netflix.

View a tour of the night sky

If you often find yourself pondering the night sky and solar system then you’ll probably enjoy this tour. It’s a free online Zoom presentation from Pacific Planetarium. You’ll get to fly around the night sky and you’ll get to learn all about the stars and planets.

When: First Friday of every month
Where: Online

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Order Easter meals and more

If you’re celebrating Easter this year and don’t have a dinner planned you can always support a local restaurant by ordering from them. We’ve compiled a list of our favorites above and you can click here for spots offering treats. No matter which of these spots you choose, you won’t be disappointed.

Where: Click above to see our picks.

Visit the Museum of Museums

One of Seattle’s newest and also coolest museums just reopened. And right now they have some pretty cool shows on from local contemporary artists. So if you’re looking for a switch up from your regular museum trips definitely check out MoM.

Where: 900 Boylston Ave
Hours: Thursday & Friday 5-10 pm, Saturday 12 pm-10 pm, Sunday 12 pm-6 pm
Cost: $10


This online play from Act Theatre delves into the story of a true-crime obsessed high schooler. And things get a little more interesting as the main character exchanges letters with a man on death row. It’s a unique story and we think you’ll enjoy it.

When: Until April 4th
Where: Online
Cost: $38

Look for cherry blossoms

The time is getting near for cherry blossoms to start popping up across the city. And luckily, most neighborhoods have a few trees. But if you want to see concentrated blooms you can check out the list of spots we made. Plus some of them you can even view from home!

Where: Click above to see our picks.

Secret Admirer

This unique interactive play is one that you can enjoy from the comfort of your own home. And it’s premise revolves around friends reuniting digitally after 15 years through their favorite board game. So you can see how this whole story unfolds and also play along with the game.

When: Until April 4th
Where: Online
Cost: $25-$50

That’s what we have to do in Seattle this weekend. If you get out there please remember to be COVID conscious especially if you’re celebrating Easter with family and/or friends. After all, we still all have to do our part in keeping the community safe. Have a great weekend folks.