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.

Serious Pie

Have you got a big eater on your hands? Tom Douglas’ popular pizza joint is the kind of place where the whole family can eat from the Restaurant Week menu—get a couple to share, or go big and each get your own. It’s just a matter of if your little gourmand will appreciate a $30 dinner. All Serious Pie locations are participating, though we recommend the South Lake Union/Westlake spot thanks to its fun loft-like setting (and the biscuits downstairs).

SRW deal: There’s a lot on offer here, but a few suggestions: Douglas’ popular marinated kale salad for something light or smoked duck ham for a real treat to start, then each choose a different pizza from the seven different types and swap slices. You’ll want to make sure to get a Penn Cove clam pie if seafood’s your thing; the simple potato and rosemary pizza is also delicious. What’s for dessert? Root beer floats all around! (Dinner only).

401 Westlake Ave. N.
Seattle, Wa 98109
206-436- 0050
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Hours: Sun.-Thu., 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Fri.-Sat., 11 a.m.-11 p.m.

photo: Serious Pie


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

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— Chelsea Lin