Your Guide to Valentine’s Day in Seattle

February 1, 2018 at 10:45 am
post by Emily Wilson

New Years Eve came and went and now it’s time for yep, you guessed it: Valentine’s Day. If your plans are still unmade, don’t fret, but do act fast. We’ve rounded up a few offerings you’re bound to love, each with a few two-tops left for the taking.



Image Courtesy of Maximilien.

Butcher’s Table
With its cuts of Mishima Reserve Wagyu and its stylish, roomy interior, The Butcher’s Table is a very nice place to enjoy a steak, and much more. Three courses for a fixed price, with the ability to add supplements (from a limited menu of staples), is what’s on deck this Valentine’s Day.
Menu Highlights: crudo tasting, steak tartare, chateaubriand for two, opera cake.
$90, Book now on Resy.

Maximilien
Panoramic views of the Puget Sound, alongside classic French cuisine? Sounds about right for Valentine’s Day. Maximilien is doing six courses, accompanied by live accordion.
Menu Highlights: caviar and potato blinis; celeriac velouté with shaved house-cured foie gras; butter poached Maine lobster tail with potato Anna, leeks and carrots julienne, and Armagnac lobster reduction; creme caramel au café.
$100, Book now on Resy.