Get Your Frugal Foodie On: Dine Around Is A-Comin’ To Town Once Again
Dining out is generally always hedonistic, isn’t it? With March just around the corner, that means one thing to the foodies of the greater Seattle area: Dine Around.
That’s right – it’s time for Dine Around Seattle once again, which is in its eleventh year. What’s more, they just launched a new logo for 2013 and their new website on February 15th, 2013. (Your Hedonista recently attended a Dine Around launch party at the venue of FareStart, which is both a sponsor and the beneficiary of Dine Around Seattle. NOTE: All month long, Dine Around Seattle diners will be given a chance at most participating restaurants to add $1 to their respective bills in support of FareStart.)
Presented by the non-profit Seattle Good Business Network with close to a dozen sponsors and nearly 50 participating local restaurants, all that has to be done is head to one of the participating restaurants (reservations are not required, but recommended: OpenTable.com) on Sundays through Thursdays to enjoy 3-course lunches for $15 and 3-course dinners for $30 from the Dine Around Seattle prix fixe menus. Those menus include the following: one starter, one entrée, and one dessert.
I’ll say it before, and I’ll say it again; the HTH post on Dine Around Seattle 2012 included the following text: “Dine Around Seattle – which takes place every is March and November, while Seattle Restaurant Week takes place October and April – runs until March 29th….”
This year, it runs March 3rd until the 28th, 2013.
So go get your frugal foodie on, dear hedonists.