Where’s the best place for a romantic dinner?

John Roderick talks about some of the best restaurants for a romantic dinner in Seattle. He’s got his favorites, and something to fit every mood.

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Canlis Landmark fine-dining destination (since the 1950s) offering Pacific NW fare in a midcentury-modern home.
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Le Pichet Small French bistro and bar serving classic fare, including a signature slow-roasted chicken for two.
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Sitka and Spruce Upscale restaurant and wine bar serving eclectic gourmet small plates in a rustic-chic setting.
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Corson Building A daily menu of seasonal American fare is served family style at communal tables in a 1910 house.
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How to Cook a Wolf Wood-paneled eatery by chef Ethan Stowell specializing in sophisticated Italian-Mediterranean fare.
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Moore Hotel

  • Address: 1926 Second Ave, Seattle WA 98101
  • Neighborhood: Downtown Seattle
  • Phone: (206) 448-4851
  • Website: moorehotel.com

Hotel Andra

  • Address: 2000 Fourth Ave, Seattle WA 98121
  • Neighborhood: Downtown Seattle
  • Phone: (206) 448-8600
  • Website: hotelandra.com

Homewood Suites by Hilton Seattle – Convention Center-Pike Street

  • Address: 1011 Pike St, Seattle WA 98101
  • Neighborhood: Downtown Seattle
  • Phone: (206) 682-8282
  • Website: HomewoodSuitesSeattle.com