How to Find a Romantic Restaurant in Seattle

by Parties & Entertaining Editor

The Emerald City is the perfect place to have a romantic date. A walk along the waterfront admiring the stunning skyline and ocean breeze is the perfect way to start a date. Attend a play, ballet, concert or opera at one of Seattle's many destination venues. But no romantic date is Seattle would be complete without sampling the fine cuisine offered across the city.

Decide what is a romantic dinner to you. Think about what is most important: cozy atmosphere, breathtaking views, five star cuisine, a dress requirement or location.

Check out Chez Shea when looking for a restaurant near the water front. The restaurant is candlelit and intimate and features French cuisine.

Make reservations at Crow to dine in a more relaxed dining experience, but you don't want to skimp on quality food. Allot at least 2 hours for dining.

Eat at Crush if the hip downtown scene is fun and romantic. Crush is small, reservations are a must and the food is fresh and local, expect fish.

Dine at Portage in the Queen Anne Hill neighborhood. It is an intimate restaurant with wonderful service.

Feast at the Harvest Vine on Madison Street for a rustic dinning experience. The Basque cuisine and atmosphere are ideal for a candle lit dinner.

Confirm reservations at Mona's Bistro and Lounge to listen to jazz while you dine. Ensure ahead of time that the music is appropriate for your romantic inklings.

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