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.

Kisaku

Sushi with kids doesn’t have to be limited to what you can pull off the conveyer belt. This Tangletown neighborhood gem is packed nightly—you’ll likely want to make a reservation—with all ages, and while there’s no dedicated kids’ menu, there’s enough here that food lovers and avoiders alike will find something enjoyable. Plus, there’s an open view of the sushi chefs at work: free entertainment!

SRW deal: Choose from appetizers like panko-crusted fried oysters or seared tuna belly to start; entrée options include vegetable tempura or a chef’s choice assortment of sushi or sashimi. Good luck keeping your kiddo away from the mochi ice cream when dessert rolls around—you may need to order a second set. (Dinner only).

For the kids: Edamame is a popular choice, as are the anything-goes hand rolls—just tell them what ingredients you want inside.

2101 N. 55th St.
Seattle, Wa 98103
206-545-9050
Online: kisaku.com or on Facebook

Hours: Lunch: Wed.-Sat., 11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.; Dinner: Sun.-Mon. & Wed.-Thu., 5 p.m.-9:30 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 5 p.m.-10 p.m.

photo: Kisaku

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

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— Chelsea Lin