April in Seattle. That special time of year defined by fresh spring air, people sunbathing in 62 degree weather, and of course Seattle Restaurant Week.

April 2nd – 19th diners can enjoy the best the Seattle food scene has to offer. This year, over 165 restaurants are offering $33 three-course dinner specials Sunday – Thursday, with many locations offering two-course $18 lunch specials as well.

For foodies and bargain-hunters alike, Seattle Restaurant Week offers the opportunity for indulgence and culinary exploration. The $33 price point makes high-end establishments like Aqua by El Gaucho, Miller’s Guild, and Daniel’s Broiler accessible to wider audience. Additionally, the event provides a platform that allows neighborhood favorites like Serafina, Marine Hardware, and The Harvest Vine to shine. For Eastsiders, McCormick and Schmick’s in Bellevue offers some of the very best in Northwest seafood, and the opportunity to experience TableSafe’s RAIL pay-at-the-table platform.

Restaurant Week offers customers great food at a great price. For restaurants it provides the opportunity to bring in new customers, test new menu options, and strengthen their brand.

The annual event end this Thursday, don’t miss your chance to sample some of the Seattle area’s best gastronomic creations!

If you need some guidance on which restaurants to try first, check out The Seattle Times and The Stranger for ideas. Or, take your pick from the complete list of participating restaurants.

Bon Appétit!