Twice a year, Seattle Restaurant Week offers diners a serious deal: three-course dinners for $30 and two-course lunches for $15. You’ve likely waited for date night to enjoy such a leisurely meal, but if you tack on the cost of a sitter, your dinner just went from a discount to a premium. Bring the whole family to these participating Restaurant Week eateries for a meal foodies of all ages will love. Click through the gallery and get ready to indulge April 12-16 and 19-23.

Tallulah’s

The patio just opened for the season at the newest (and most kid-friendly) restaurant from Capitol Hill nightlife queen bee Linda Derschang, which means there are many warm evenings to be had outside here. Make sure you take a moment to pause for an adorable kiddo pic with Cashmere, the giant fluffy white cat painting at the entrance—she’s an Instagram star.

SRW deal: Choose from appetizers like cauliflower soup or chicken skewers; entrée options include asparagus risotto or roasted pork loin; it’s easy to put together a vegetarian feast with the options. Grab a scoop of Molly Moon’s sorbet or ice cream for dessert—and head down the block to pick up a cookie or two at Hello Robin for later. (Dinner only).

For the kids: The kids’ menu here is designed like small plates for small folks: chicken and dumplings can be a whole meal, or you can piece together herbed yogurt and veggies with fries and ketchup or cheesy gougères. There’s basil-cucumber lemonade to drink (you’ll want yours with vodka).

550 19th Ave. E.
Seattle, Wa 98112
206-860-0077
Online: aneighborhoodcafe.com or on Facebook

Hours: Sun.-Thu., 4 p.m.-11 p.m.; Sat.-Sun., 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

photo: Tallulah's

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To view the complete list of restaurants participating in Seattle Restaurant Week, click here.

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— Chelsea Lin