October 21

Seattle Restaurant Week Returns to SLU

Watch for deals at these 10 neighborhood spots.

Are you ready for some delicious deals? Seattle Restaurant Week—a prix fixe dining promotion featuring scores of the city’s favorite restaurants, returns from October 23 to November 5. Enjoy an enticing range of flavors, from Neapolitan pizzas, giant fried bologna sandwiches, and enchiladas to excellent sushi at a nice price.

This year’s SLU participants include Anar, Hurry Curry of Tokyo, I Love Sushi on Lake Union, King Leroy, La Palmera, Mamnoon Street, Manna, Teinei, The Victor Tavern, and Tutta Bella. The restaurants are offering up multiple curated menus—some lunch, some dinner, and some for both—for $20, $35, $50, or $65.

Photo of a chicken sandwich.
Photo of fried chicken cutlet, rice and some marinated greens.

SRW is the perfect time to check out that restaurant you’ve been missing out on or to get some friends together for a meal at an old favorite. Participating in SRW is a simple way to try more of what local restaurants have to offer without breaking the bank, all while supporting small local businesses.

Explore all the menus on the SRW website, where you can sort by location, cuisine, meal options, dining options, dining values, and ownership.

Below are the SLU neighborhood restaurants to try out during this fall’s Seattle Restaurant Week:

Anar, Lebanese / plant-based, 2040 Sixth Ave.
SRW menu

Hurry Curry of Tokyo, Japanese, 825 Harrison St.
SRW menu

I Love Sushi on Lake Union, 1001 Fairview Ave. N., Ste. 1800
SRW menu

King Leroy, 2051 Seventh Ave.
SRW menu

La Palmera, Mexican, 901 Mercer St.
SRW menu

Mamnoon Street, Lebanese, 2020 Sixth Ave.
SRW menu

Manna, 446 Terry Ave. N.
SRW menu

Teinei, Japanese, 1256 Republican St.
SRW menu

The Victor Tavern, American, 2121 Sixth Ave.
SRW menu

Tutta Bella
2200 Westlake Ave. Ste. 112
SRW menu

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Story by Ethan Chung & photographs by Eric Tra for King Leroy, courtesy Ethan Stowell Restaurants, & Hurry Curry of Tokyo.

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