231 "Casual Weeknight Dinner" restaurants in Seattle.
A good casual weeknight dinner spot is hard to find. It’s a step above a make-your-own bowl place, but not somewhere you’ll need a reservation. It shouldn’t be too expensive, you should be able to talk instead of shout, and your dinner shouldn’t take more than an hour. These spots do it all.
Spud Fish & Chips on Alki is somewhere to look at old photos of West Seattle and eat delicious fried halibut.
Hae-Nam Kalbi & Calamari in Shoreline is a Korean restaurant where you should have your next big group meal.
Billiard Hoang is a great Vietnamese restaurant in Columbia City with a pool hall and excellent $6 bánh mì.
Musashi’s in the International District is one of the best places in Seattle for relatively cheap, high-quality sushi.
La Cocina Oaxaceña is the reliable Mexican restaurant you need in your life.
Quinn’s Pub in Capitol Hill is one of Infatuation Seattle’s main HQ’s - we use it for pretty much every occasion.
Pestle Rock is a casual Thai spot in Ballard serving stuff you won’t find anywhere else in town. Come when you want something other than pad Thai.
Ballard Pizza Company has some of the best New York Pizza in town, and it’s a great spot for a big group hang or casual weeknight meal.
Manao is a casual Thai spot in Capitol Hill that has some classic dishes, but also things like pork belly nuggets. They also have a great patio.
Seattle’s best Indian food is at Annapurna on Capitol Hill. Your order? Momo dumplings and fish korma.
Marination is a waterfront Hawaiian restaurant in West Seattle that serves great tacos - and happens to have the best view in town.
Manolin is a beautiful seafood-focused restaurant in Fremont. It’s strangely affordable, and you can use it for just about any dining situation.
Red Mill is where you go for a casual burger in Ballard. And onion rings. And milkshakes.
Humble Pie is a great pizza place in the International District where you can eat on picnic tables under string lights.