Seattle Restaurant Week logo plus the text InTENtional List below with a photo of Intentionalist CEO Laura Clise to the right.

You’d better believe we’re loving that Seattle Restaurant Week this year is a whole month long.

We created a quick reference page for all of the participating businesses among our network, but wanted to Intentionalist CEO Laura Clise’s Seattle Restaurant Week 2020 InTENtional List:

Ocho (Ballard) #NativeOwned

Nue (Capitol Hill) #AsianOwned #FamilyOwned #WomanOwned

Cafe Munir (Ballard) #FamilyOwned

Mi La Cay (International District) #AsianOwned #FamilyOwned #WomanOwned

Buddha Bruddah (Mt. Baker) #AsianOwned #FamilyOwned #WomanOwned

Lynn’s Bistro (Kirkland) #AsianOwned #WomanOwned

The Tin Table (Capitol Hill) #LGBTQOwned #WomanOwned

The Original Philly’s (Mt. Baker) #BlackOwned

Eve Fremont (Fremont) #WomanOwned

Osteria La Spiga (Beacon Hill) #BlackOwned #FamilyOwned #WomanOwned

Seattle Restaurant Week 2020 goes through November 21. Eat out. Take out. Help out.

Thanks for all that you do to #SpendLikeItMatters! Discover awesome brick + mortar small businesses in your community, suggest your favorites, and be sure that you’re following us on social media (InstagramFacebookTwitter).

Intentionalist is your local guide to small businesses and the diverse people behind them. We believe that where you spend your money matters, and we’re sure glad you do too! Whether you identify as a localist, activist, or just a good neighbor, we make it easy for you to connect with, learn about, and support small businesses in your community through everyday decisions about where you eat, drink, and shop.

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