Joule’s Winter Supper Series Starts Tomorrow

Eating out can be expensive, particularly if you want a really nice meal. So for the next few weeks (13 of them to be exact), you can get yourself an absolutely delicious meal in one of Seattle’s nicer restaurants, for $25 per person*. Kids eat for $10.

Joule Restaurant, in Wallingford, is starting up their Winter Supper Series again tomorrow. The way the Winter Supper Series works is that you pay a fixed price (usually $25, though some weeks are more depending on the menu) and you get 5-7 family style dishes brought to the table. There is always plenty of food. I’ve never left anything less than completely full and satisfied. Each week brings a different theme. This week’s is Hot and Spicy Korean.

Joule is great about catering to dietary restrictions as well. We regularly bring a friend who doesn’t eat pork and they have never failed to create amazing pork-free dishes for her while filling the rest of the table with porky goodness.

Wine and beer are available and in past years, they’ve had a glass of house wine for $4. That means you’ll end up with a complete meal and a glass of wine for under $30 (not including tax and tip).

*There are a few weeks that are more expensive. Valentine’s Day, Iron Chef night, and Seattle’s Best, which I’m guessing is going to be heavily salmon, oyster, or clam focused.

Joule Restaurant
1913 N. 45th Street

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