5 great Seattle restaurants to make Valentine’s Day reservations at
We don’t want to stress you out or anything, but Valentine’s Day is coming up. Whether you’re cuffed or flying free, it can be nice to do something special on everyone’s favorite love holiday. As for us, we’re about food! Here are 5 restaurants in Seattle with a special Valentine’s Day dinner.
Go get that table locked down!
If you or your SO are about organic and locally sourced ingredients, you’ll love Tilth. This year, they’re offering a four-course prix fixe meal prepared by executive chef Joe Panlilio. Some of your tasty options include Kumamoto oysters, smoked beet salad, steelhead trout, and lemon olive oil cake. Sounds pretty dang good!
Where: 1411 N 45th St
Cost: Prix fixe menu $100, wine pairing $50
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If you’re looking for a lighter, more refreshing dinner rather than a food coma dinner, Lark should be one of your considerations. This year’s four-course prix fixe Valentine’s Day dinner will be prepared by Lark’s award-winning chef John Sundstrom. Some of the dishes in the lineup include blood orange, watercress and frisée salad, yellowtail crudo with Hosui pear, spinach bucatini with black truffle ricotta, and Theo chocolate panna cotta. All we can say is, can we be your date?
Where: 952 E Seneca St
Cost: $130 per person, $70 for optional wine pairing
If you want to sit back, relax, and not have to decide what you’ll be eating, look no further than Eden Hill. This year, a seven-course dinner of Eden’s chef’s selection will be offered. We’ve also been told that this restaurant is pretty romantic. We think this one is worth taking your chances with- surprises can be good!
Where: 2209 Queen Anne Ave N
Cost: $160 per person
Why not make Japanese cuisine your new Valentine’s Day dinner go-to? Sushi Kappo Tamura is offering a five-course Omakase that includes an appetizer, chawanmushi with king crab and uni sauce, options of black cod yuan-yaki or wagyu beef skirt konabe, nigiri, and dessert. This one is pretty different from the rest of the mix, but you can’t go wrong with Seattle seafood.
Where: 2968 Eastlake Ave E
Cost: $50 and up
Dinner and a show? Maximilien has you covered. You can enjoy a French-inspired six-course menu of dishes like wild mushroom velouté, Maine lobster and sea bass, and Camembert and house salad while listening to live accordion music from Bonnie Birch.
Where: 81 Pike St Suite A
Alright Seattle, we hope this list helps make your Valentine’s Day an extra sweet one. And just remember, you can always take yourself to dinner! Self-love right?
Happy Valentine’s Day!