Where to Eat in Seattle for Valentine’s Day

Valentine's Day is fast approaching. So whether you're planning a romantic dinner or looking for something different, we've covered you for Valentine's Day this year. One of the most famous date ideas is a romantic dinner. Above all, nothing beats sharing a delicious meal paired with wine with your special someone. We will cover these romantic restaurants to help take your date to the next level.

Make sure to dine out at the best local recommendations with The Eat Guide.

Valentine's Day at Lark

Location:    952 East Seneca Street, Seattle, WA 98122

Hours:        5:00-9:00 pm (Tuesday-Saturday); Close (Sunday-Monday)

Contact:    +1 206-323-5275/ www.larkseattle.com

Lark Seattle

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Celebrate love, kindness, and joy with a luxurious dinner at Lark on Tuesday, February 14.

For Valentine's Day, our guests can enjoy a lavish five-course meal. In addition to inventive cocktails and a carefully curated wine list, a wine pairing will be available.

Dinner is $200 per person plus tax and tip. For an additional $90 per person, a wine pairing option will also be available. Reserve now.

Lark is an artisan-focused restaurant in Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood. It collaborates with local farmers, ranchers, fisheries, and foragers to bring you the best of each season: bright and intense in the spring and summer, rich and hearty in the autumn and winter.

Ba Sa Restaurant

Location:   101 Winslow Way East, Bainbridge Island, WA 98110

Hours:        5:00-9:00 pm (Thursday-Monday); Close (Tuesday-Wednesday)

Contact:    (206) 565 - 3287/www.basabainbridgeisland.com.

Ba Sa Restaurant

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On February 13, Ba Sa will host a special multi-course dinner to honor Valentine's Day.

Trinh and Thai Nguyen, siblings, will create a five-course menu with high-end ingredients. The two-person menu is ideal for sharing with a loved one.

Ba Sa is the sister restaurant to Pho T&N located in Poulsbo, Washington. Pho T&N opened in 2005 and fulfilled a lifelong dream for Rang Nguyen and Huyen Tran, who arrived in Washington in 1998 after a long and complicated journey from Vietnam. From selling fresh-made banh mi and butchering pigs in refugee camps to cooking in various kitchens throughout the Seattle area, food has always been a form of expression and connection for the couple. In the spring of 2018, the Nguyen children began running Pho T&N and continued to honor their parents by providing guests with great food and welcoming hospitality.

Noi Thai Cuisine

Location:  Harbor Steps Building 1303 1st Avenue  Seattle, WA. 98101

Open:        Sun – Thu 12:00 am – 9:30 pm; Fri - Sat 12:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Phone:    (206) 787-8444/manager_seattle@noithaicuisine.com

Noi Thai Cuisine

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Are you planning a special event or a date night this Valentine's Day? Then, you are cordially invited to visit Noi Thai Cuisine to sample the exquisite ambiance and genuine cuisine this Valentine's Day.

Noi Thai Cuisine carries on the tradition of Bai Tong Restaurants in Seattle, Washington, which began over two decades ago. They take pride in producing high-quality food, providing guests with an authentic Thai experience, and striving to provide the best Thai cuisine. Each dish on the menu is made to order using only the finest ingredients.

Japonessa Sushi Cocina

Location:      1400 1st Ave Seattle, WA 98101

Open:            Mon – Thu and Sunday 12:00 am – 10:00 pm; Fri - Sat 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm

Contact:        (206) 971-7979

Japonessa Sushi Cocina

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The most recent creations of renowned Chef Billy Beach can be found at Japonessa. Additionally,  Japonessa has been recognized  as having the best sushi in their cover article issue on "Best Asian Restaurants."

Every day at Japonessa is a happy hour. Therefore, delivery, curbside pickup, and takeout are all options. Lunch and dinner are served in the dining room, which is 25% full. Fantastic sushi, beer, wine, cocktails, and a full bar have a Latino flair with a core Japanese concept. Japonessa is the go-to spot in downtown Seattle for some of the best sushi the city offers. Its impressive selection of sakes, wines, expertly crafted cocktails, and the city's most extensive happy hour are just a few of the highlights.

Reserve now for a fresh take on Japanese cuisine on Valentine's Day.