Ah, it’s every foodie’s favorite time of year once again. Seattle Restaurant Week returns for the entire month of April, offering the chance to explore special prix fixe menus all around the city! Restaurants are making special accommodations for public safety, so you’re sure to find a way to participate that suits your fancy. Whether your preference is takeout, ready-to-heat, delivery, meal boxes, or indoor/outdoor dining, check out our InTENtional List of recommended spots to visit!

Bonus: Here’s the full list of Intentionalist participants in Seattle Restaurant Week.


Cafe Campagne for Seattle Restaurant Week

Cafe Campagne
Delivery, Ready-to-Heat, Takeout
Cafe Campagne has been serving up belly-warming French comfort food for over two decades. After graduating from culinary school, Daisley Gordon landed a job at Cafe Campagne in 1995 as a line cook and has since become the bistro’s executive chef and owner. Gordon focuses on celebrating the Pacific Northwest’s seasonal ingredients in classic Parisian style.

Cafe on the Ave
Delivery, On-Site, Outdoor, Takeout
If you’ve been on the lookout for the perfect study space, hangover breakfast joint, or late night hangout spot — Cafe on the Ave checks the boxes. You can stop into Cafe on the Ave for just a quick cup of coffee (latte art, anyone?) or for a full diner-style meal. You’ll find classic pancakes, scrambles, and breakfast sandwiches in the morning and a variety of hearty dishes in the evening — including some Japanese and Korean style dishes. Locals love the kimchi fried rice and chicken katsu curry! Owner Pil Koo is the friendly face behind this neighborhood hang, and loves to be a welcoming space for UW students.

Cedars Restaurant for Seattle Restaurant Week

Cedars Restaurant
Delivery, On-Site, Outdoor, Takeout
For over forty years, Malik Khan and his family have owned and operated Cedars Restaurant. Named after the famous cedars of Lebanon, the restaurant is home to a diverse range of cuisines. Combining Indian, Middle Eastern, and Mediterranean recipes, the restaurant takes visitors on a culinary tour through many countries. Whether you order hummus and baba ghannoj or tandoori and channa masala, you’ll swoon for their quality spices and fresh ingredients.

Humble Pie
On-Site, Outdoor, Takeout
Dine-in, take-out or get wood fire pizza delivered from Brian Solazzi’s Humble Pie. Brian, and the rest of his team at Humble Pie, grow many of their organic ingredients on site and when you dine in you can say hi to their chickens. Since opening in 2013, Brian has been celebrating the planet, people, and pizza, with a recycled building, a zero waste policy, and 100% organic fresh produce. Try customer favorite pizza’s like whole hog, apple bacon, margherita, and sausage!

Marination, Marination Ma Kai, and Super Six
#AsianOwned #LGBTQOwned #WomanOwned
Delivery, On-Site, Outdoor, Takeout
Since 2009, Kamala Saxton and Roz Edison have been serving their Hawaiian-Korean fusion cuisine with the motto “Everyday Aloha.” At Marination, customers can grab their signature tacos, tots, or sliders to enjoy on the go.

Osteria La Spiga
#BlackOwned #FamilyOwned #WomanOwned
On-Site, Outdoor
Chef Sabrina Tinsley and her husband Pietro Borghesi share a passion for the cuisine of the Northern-Italian region Emilia-Romagna. At Osteria La Spiga, they have created a neighborhood osteria where friends can come together around a fresh, seasonal meal.

Pioneer Square D & E for Seattle Restaurant Week

Pioneer Square D&E
#FamilyOwned #VeteranOwned #WomanOwned
On-Site, Outdoor, Takeout
To pay homage to their favorite Seattle neighborhood, husband-wife duo Jonathan Fleming and Libby Aker imagined a special community restaurant. Their vision came to life when they opened Pioneer Square D&E, an inviting restaurant that serves upscale American food with global influence. Featuring an extensive happy hour menu and classic cocktails, their specialty is a fried chicken sandwich and steak fries, served all-day, everyday with a can of Rainier for $12.

Poquitos Bothell
#FamilyOwned #LGBTQOwned #WomanOwned
On Site, Outdoor
Owned by friends, Rich and Courtney Fox and Matt Fundingsland and Dustin Watson, Poquitos serves upscale Mexican cuisine from a variety of regions throughout Mexico. The restaurant design reflects the creative work of JWD4 design, featuring more than 15,000 handmade Talavera tiles from Puebla. Grab a bite at Poquitos here in Bothell or in Capitol Hill!

for Seattle Restaurant Week

Portofino Restaurant & Bar
#AsianOwned #FamilyOwned
Delivery, On-Site, Outdoor, Ready-to-Heat, Takeout
Portofino Restaurant & Bar, owned by Nirmal Singh, prides itself in being a true taste of home in the neighborhood. The restaurant strives to provide the best quality food and drink as well as fast delivery service. On top of that, almost everything, from the dough to the meatballs, is made in house to create a unique and authentic taste. Nirmal has made Portofino’s into the go-to pizza place for many in the Edmonds area.

Spice Bridge Restaurateurs: Afella Jollof Catering, Jazze’s, Moyo Kitchen, Seatango, Taste of Congo, Theary Cambodian Foods, Wengay’s Kitchen, and WUHA
#AsianOwned #BlackOwned #LatinxOwned #PoCOwned #WomanOwned
On-Site, Outdoor, Takeout
Spice Bridge is a unique collaborative space that brings together the culinary talents of eight different food vendors. Spice Bridge is home to the Food Innovation Network’s Food Business Incubator, a program that supports South King County Women of Color and immigrants to start and grow thriving business. The food stalls that are open for service rotate daily, including Moyo Kitchen (Somali-Kenyan-Tanzanian fusion), Afella Jollof Catering (Gambian-Senegalese), Seatango (Argentinian), Taste of Congo (Congolese), Wengay’s Kitchen (Filipino), Theary Cambodian Foods (Cambodian-Khmer), WUHA (Ethiopian), Jazze’s (Afgan-American).

Enjoy Seattle Restaurant Week! 

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