Most Romantic Restaurants & Getaways in Seattle

Seattle hosts many romantic restaurants.Seattle hosts many romantic restaurants.

Seattle is an international city that hosts restaurants of varied international cuisine. Locations in the vibrant downtown and overlooking the city's 90 miles of waterfront provide a multitude of romantic dining options for visitors and locals alike. Seattle regional agriculture provides food for many of these tables, from local Washington apples, to Walla Walla onions, as well as salmon and other fish from the local waterways.

Il Bistro

Il Bistro Italian restaurant has been located in the middle of bustling Pike Place Market for over 30 years. Their are frequently listed one of the best Italian restaurants as well as one of the most romantic restaurants in downtown Seattle. The restaurant can also host private dinners and special events.

Il Bistro 93 Pike St Seattle, WA 98101 206-682-3049


Serafina is located in the quiet Eastlake neighborhood of Seattle, near the east shore of Lake Union. The restaurant has an outdoor patio hung with planters and lights. The restaurant features Tuscan Italian food with local ingredients in an intimate setting.

Serafina2043 Eastlake Ave E Seattle, WA 98102 206-323-0807

Thai Fusion Restaurant & Lounge

Thai Fusion Restaurant is a romantic restaurant in the Fremont neighborhood of Seattle. Known for bars and nightlife, Fremont also hosts great restaurants including Thai Fusion. The atmosphere is busy, but quaint and provides an alternative cuisine.

Thai Fusion Restaurant & Lounge15 Nickerson St Seattle, WA 98109 206-285-1020


Maximilien has been located in Pike Market for over 30 years and features French cuisine. The windows overlook the Puget Sound waterfront and the Olympic Mountain range. In the summer, they feature an outdoor patio. They can seat 100 guests for weddings or special romantic dinners for large groups.

81A Pike Street Seattle, WA. 98101 206-682-7270

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About the Author

Melanie Grimes has been an integrative medical writer, editor and international lecturer since 1990. She teaches at Bastyr University's American Medical College of Homeopathy. The founding editor of the "American Homeopath," she currently edits "Simillimum," the Journal of Homeopathic Association of Naturopathic Physicians. She is also an award-winning screenwriter and published essayist. She attended Barnard, National College of Natural Medicine and Bastyr University.

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