Seattle Restaurant Week Starts Sunday! Start Reserving Today

The food in Seattle is definitely better than that of Oz's Emerald City, that's for sure.

Everyone knows how cool Seattle is. But, as impossible as it might seem, the Emerald City is about to get even more so. And, no, it has nothing to do with Dorothy, her little dog, or even the Lollipop Guild. You see, dear diners, Sunday marks the kick off of Seattle Restaurant Week. Featuring three-course lunches for $15 and three-course dinners for $25, Seattle Restaurant Week includes more than 100 participating restaurants, such as Cafe Campagne, Dahlia Lounge, Spur Gastropub, and Tilth.

While the deals aren’t applicable for Friday and Saturdays, there’s still ample time to dine your way through town. Just remember, though, there’s no place like home — especially after a fine meal at one of these terrific restaurants.

50 Foodie Favorites: Congratulations to the OpenTable Diners’ Choice Winners

Because we’re a nation — and a company — of foodies, we’re thrilled to announce the winners of OpenTable’s second annual Diners’ Choice awards for the restaurants most fit for foodies.

While this year’s list features 22 restaurants that earned the Fit for Foodies distinction in 2009, it also recognizes 28 new ones at which to enjoy outstanding cuisine.  The list of winners is derived from more than 7 million reviews submitted by OpenTable diners for more than 12,000 restaurants in all 50 states and the District of Columbia.

Honorees include Abbatoir, Blackbird, Cochon, FIG, Primo, Saffron, and Tilth along with many others. Find out if your favorite foodie destination made the list, and share your thoughts on the winners here or over on Facebook.