Perfectly placed at the junction of Belltown, South Lake Union and Denny Triangle with Pike Place Market less than a mile away, Spire offers its residents immediate access to some of Seattle’s best dining experiences. The Butcher’s Table, 2120, Marination and G. H. Pasta Co. keep us coming back for more. Between Caribbean-influenced fare at the Jerk Shack to Parisian-inspired dining at Café Campagne, diverse dishes are never far in the city’s thriving culinary scene.
Seattle Restaurant Week is back this fall with prix fixe dining that gives diners a unique chance to support the greater Seattle area’s culinary community, highlighting its craft, diversity, resilience, and great food. Despite the name, Seattle Restaurant Week will run two weeks from October 24th – November 6th, with over 200 participating venues across 45+ neighborhoods and cities in the Greater Seattle area. Restaurants will be offering special menus including takeout, delivery, or on-site dining.
We’ve gathered some of the specials we’re looking forward to in nearby Belltown and South Lake Union. Explore your local cuisine scene and be sure to snap and share your favorite dishes. Tag @spireseattle in your favorite finds so we can share suggestions.
Aburiya Bento House at 2100 Western Ave. Suite B. Try the Aburi Tower, 9pc Nigiri Box and Mochi ice cream.
Askatu Bakery by Liberated Foods at 2209 4th Ave. We can’t wait to see what vegan deliciousness is on the menu!
BOCA at Queen City Grill at 2201 1st Ave. Don’t pass on the flavorful Grass-fed skirt steak, a BOCA favorite.
Marrakesh Moroccan at 2334 2nd Ave. These tangine and couscous dishes will dazzle you. There is no need to fly half-way around the world to get the tastes and atmosphere of Morocco.
Shiro’s Sushi at 2401 2nd Avenue. Good things are coming from the first Edomae sushi restaurant in Seattle.
Tavolata Belltown at 2323 Second Avenue. From rigatoni to tonnarelli, spaghetti to linguine – it’s all about fresh pasta here.
Wasabi Sushi & Izakaya at 2311 2nd Ave. Our tastebuds are waiting for the deep-fried avocado stuffed with crab, spicy tuna and cream cheese followed by the Wasabi garlic shrimp and grilled short rib.
Kati Vegan Thai at 1190 Thomas Street. They’ll feature Vegan Thai lunch, dinner, and drink specials. If you have a chance try the Chuchi Blossom, banana blossom on jasmine rice with chili sauce.
La Palmera at 901 Mercer Street. Mexican fare favorites will be available for lunch or dinner menus.
Lassi & Spice at 423 Fairview Ave N. Lunch and dinner specials including the Samosa Chaat – this spicy chickpea and potato curry topped with chunks of samosa, a medley of chutneys and yogurt sauce, crispy noodles.
The Victor Tavern at 2121 6th Ave. Located across 6th avenue from the Amazon Spheres, The Victor features a spacious new dining room, bar, open air patio, and gaming mezzanine. Perfect for a burger and beer or elevated pub cuisine.
We invite you to explore an inSPIREd life in downtown Seattle at the edge of everything. Tour our four new model residences and four floors of amenities and take in the views. Follow with an evening of dining out during Seattle Restaurant Week -there’s no better time to taste the neighborhood.