Valentine’s Day, you either love it or hate it. Whether you have a partner or not, the holiday is about love. So take your sweetheart, best friend, or even yourself out for dinner. Here’s a running list of restaurants offering Valentine’s Day dinner in Seattle.

All restaurants, unless otherwise stated, require advanced reservations with all listed dinners taking place on February 14th, 2023.


Lark is serving up a four-course dinner with dessert as well. Course offerings include dishes like truffled fonduta, Oishi oysters, arctic char, and more. Dinner is $200 a person plus tax and gratuity and a wine pairing option will also be offered for an additional $90 per person.

Where: 952 E Seneca St
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 5 PM-9 PM

Eden Hill

Queen Anne’s Eden Hill is offering a six-course dinner and dessert to top it off. Course offerings include oysters, beef tartare, scallop crudo, watercress veloute, duck confit, mascarpone ravioli, wagyu zabuton, and chocolate whiskey cake. Dinner is $155 per person.

Where: 2209 Queen Anne Ave N
Hours: Daily 5 PM-9 PM

Ba Sa

Bainbridge’s Ba Sa is offering a five-course menu with the following items, imperial rolls, beef jerky goi, shaking beef sliders, lobster pho, and mousse au fruit de la passion. Dinner is $150 per two guests, plus tax and gratuity. Specialty cocktails, Champagne, and wine will be offered for an additional cost.

Where: 101 Winslow Way E, Bainbridge Island, WA
Hours: Thursday-Monday 11 AM-8 PM

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Cafe Flora

Plant-based favorite, Cafe Flora has a four-course menu offering with eggplant malidzano, winter greens, asparagus-miso risotto cakes, and Theo’s dark chocolate mousse. All items are vegan and gluten-free, the dinner is $85 per person and it’s worth noting that you can grab Valentine’s themed cookies from The Flora Bakehouse.

Where: 2901 E Madison St
Hours: Monday–Friday 9 AM–9 PM, Saturday & Sunday 8 AM–2:30 PM & 5 PM–9 PM


Seabird is opening its doors to share its award-winning menu with Valentine’s Day diners. The menu showcases locally sourced, sustainable seafood and stellar vegetables that are used to create thoughtful and unforgettable dishes. You’ll also be able to find a selection of champagne and naturally produced wines, as well as craft cocktails.

Where: 133 Winslow Way East #100 Bainbridge Island, WA
Hours: Thursday-Sunday 5 PM-10 PM


Meesha is offering a four-course dinner plus dessert. Menu items include Mumbai bonda, Nadru chaat, Masala dosa, Dum biryani, Nalli Nihari, and Rabri cannoli. their course menu is flexible with several vegetarian options available. The dinner costs $135 per person and an additional $45 wine pairing is available.

Where: 127 N 36th Street
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday, Sunday 5 PM-9 PM, Friday & Saturday 5 PM-10 PM, Happy Hour: Tuesday-Thursday, Sunday 5 PM-6 PM

Bar Solea

Brendan McGill’s new downtown trattoria is serving up a selection of creative cocktails and bubbles, as well as specials like truffle risotto and a bright citrus salad in addition to the stellar array of Neo-Neapolitan pizzas, antipasti, salads, crudo, roast fish and vegetables. You’ll also be able to enjoy a deluxe oyster bar.

Where: 822 1st Ave
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 4 PM-9 PM, Friday & Saturday 4 PM-10 PM

Happy Valentine’s Day, Seattle, be sure to plan ahead and make those reservations as soon as possible as they will book up.