As the nights get longer and colder, theater season is heating up in Seattle. And you can’t appreciate a performance on an empty stomach. Check out some of these restaurants before you see your show so all of your senses will be amazed!
BOKA restaurant + bar (www.boksaseattle.com) is offering its pre-theater, prix fixe menu once again, featuring three courses for $30 and 8 hours of parking at the hotel for only $5. The full meal offers courses such as the BOKA SALAD with tart cherries, bavarian meats bacon, and toasted pecans, to three 3 scoops of house made seasonal sorbets and ice creams.
RN74 continues to offer a three course pre-theatre menu for $49, with offerings ranging from sweet corn soup with Dungeness crab to creme brulee with popcorn ice cream.
Urbane Seattle doesn’t have a true pre-theater menu, but with happy hour going from 4-7, close access to all the shows, and delicious options like wagyu beef sliders and oysters, you’re going to have a wonderful time without a formal dinner.
The Seattle Center Armory’s recent upgrades have brought in some of our favorites, from Skillet to Pie. Given that it’s the only space with so many options, it’s the best way to please a crowd and kids before catching the Nutcracker, and they have wonderful burgers.
Tom Douglas’s concessions at the Paramount sound ridiculously delicious. I’m interested in seeing how Tom’s team spins Bavarian Brats on 12/31, but they have Dahlia Bakery cookies and holiday-themed sandwiches for those after a quick bite before a show.
Thank you, BOKA, for the images! We need to get ourselves to a show soon so we can try those mussels.