Valentine’s Day is only a WEEK away so if you are looking to treat your loved one to a special dinner for two, you’ve come to the right place! The city of Seattle has an abundance of restaurant options and some of the best chef’s around. Here are a couple of our favorite restaurants that are offering specialty menus for Valentines Day.
Hamanasu: Located in downtown Seattle on 5th Ave is Seattle’s premiere Teppanyaki restaurant (formerly known as Benihana). Sit around a large grill and watch as your grill master prepares your dinner selections at a large table that can seat twelve. You may sit next to some one you don’t know but that is all part of the experience!
For Valentines Day: Hamanasu always offers two Valentines Week specials—they will be released next week so be sure to call and book your reservation!
Sitka & Spruce: This Contemporary-American restaurant is world-renowned and offers a menu & atmosphere unlike any other. All ingredients are farm-to-table and prepared in a kitchen nearby guests.
For Valentines Day: $125/person tasting menu-style w/ 4 courses & additional surprise plates from the kitchen. $50/person for paired wine (optional). Sounds like a dream experience!
Ray’s Boathouse Cafe: Enjoy dinner by the bay in Ballard, WA. You will love the old-school vibes, different than Seattle’s trendy & modern scene. Offering fresh seafood, amazing service, & two happy hours this boathouse experience is sure to please.
For Valentines Day: 3 course meal for $60/person. Normal menu will be offered as well.
Six Seven Restaurant: Enjoy fresh cuisine at Seattle’s only luxury waterfront hotel,The Edgewater! This cuisine is crafted with farm-fresh organic ingredients that will leave you wanting more. Pro-tip: Ask your server to pair a wine with your dish for the ultimate experience!
For Valentines Day: 5 course meal for $95/person.
Come on! How can you even resist? Sure cooking dinner for your spouse is sweet & fun, but why not spend a little extra cash for a special night out with your boo and not having to worry about ruining the lobster?