Fun dating ideas seattle

French meets Northwest at this restaurant from The Chef in the Hat, Thierry Rautureau.

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Head to Georgetown to visit the home of Fran’s Chocolates.

Their space, in an amazing brick building from the early 1880s, has a truffle case to pick out a few favorites and an espresso bar—but skip the coffee and try the drinking chocolate.

Nestled in Pike Place Market, the Pink Door’s moody atmosphere makes for a cozy date night.

Enjoy Italian-American dishes and the nightly entertainment, which ranges from Tarot readers and trapeze artists to cabaret and magic.

All the views that you’d get if you spent the money to go up the Space Needle, none of the expense.

For extra romance (read: fewer people) but a slightly less-good view head a few blocks away to the lookout across the street from Parsons Gardens.

While the price of seeing a movie in theaters has shot up, outdoor movies stay affordable, meaning you can probably also spring for a food truck taco for your date. From the Vietnamese food at 12th and Jackson to the stalls inside Uwajimaya, there are hundreds of dumplings, spring rolls, and snacks with big flavor and tiny price tags.

Pop in and out of shops and cafes, buying just a bite or two at each place.

Conventional or quirky, Seattle has plenty of spots to spend time with a loved one.

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