Pioneer Square

Progressive Dining
Mon, Tues, Fri, Sat
530pm & 7pm

This on-trend culinary scene offers something for every culinary desire. Pioneer Square is the heart of food enthusiast culture.

Join us in what is known as some of the city's "best places to eat." To the South of the financial district, up from the ferries, and Pike Place Market, near CenturyLink Field (home of the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Sounders), and T-Mobile Park lays Pioneer Square. In the land of exposed brick, expect stylish watering holes, gourmet Indian food, and specialty cocktails. Pioneer Square was the original heart of the city in Seattle's early days. Now more than a century later, the historic neighborhood is bustling once again with historic brick buildings and many buzz-worthy restaurants.

What to expect: For 3 hours we will immerse ourselves in these worldly flavors. We will walk from restaurant to restaurant for 3-courses of each appetizer, entrees, and dessert. 

 

Includes: 9 tailored courses of food across 3 unique neighborhood eateries and optional beverage pairings. Come hungry, excite your palate, and leave enlightened.

 

The Catch: Details provided on a need to know basis.  Precise location(s), guest list, and menu are our concern.  If you need assistance with any of these, please consult our FAQ page or contact our dining concierge for assistance.

 

Already have reservations? 24-hours prior to your dinner you will receive an email with the exact location of where to meet, how to dress, and what to expect. Didn’t get our email? Contact us.

Meet: the neighbors

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Downtown Seattle: For an authentic taste of the city, there's no better place to start than at the center of Seattle. This area is home to everything from glassy skyscrapers to historic brick buildings, modern boutiques to flagship department stores, and of course some of the country's hottest restaurants.

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South Lake Union: Variety rules when it comes to dining in South Lake Union. Although South Lake Union had humble beginnings, progress was always a core tenant of the neighborhood. This neighborhood offers sustainable food for brunch, lunch, dinner - and a few fancy happy hours to boot. The multitude of new hot spot bars and trendy eateries make this busy lakeside neighborhood the next best thing to sliced bread.

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West Seattle: From the relaxed beach town vibe to trendy boutiques, bars, and restaurants worth writing home about, West Seattle blends laid-back charm with its family-friendly roots. On California Avenue, go for sustainable sourced and ridiculously fresh sushi or epic fried chicken and Hawaiian-inspired cuisine. This neighborhood also has some of the city's best Italian and Spanish tapas around.