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October 13, 2013 at 11:59 AM

Win a free meal for Restaurant Week

Ma'Ono file photo by Jim Bates/The Seattle Times

Ma’Ono file photo by Jim Bates/The Seattle Times

Are you going out for Restaurant Week? Let us pick up the bill.

More than 160 restaurants are participating in the promotion Oct. 13-17 and Oct. 20-24, offering 3-course dinners for $28. Some also feature 3-course lunches for $15. It’s a massive budget break at the higher-end places, and an invitation to try something new even at the lower end. This year’s participants in the event, co-sponsored by The Seattle Times, include Crush, How to Cook a Wolf, Ma’Ono, Mistral Kitchen, Ray’s Boathouse, the Salish Lodge, and many many more. (Here’s the complete list.)

This year, the Times is giving away $50 gift certificates to selected Restaurant Week participants to celebrate the event. Want to play? Around noon every day on our Facebook page, starting Sunday, Oct. 13, we’ll be asking a question about dining out in Seattle. ‘Like’ our Facebook page and post your response on that Facebook entry (not here on the blog.) The response with the most Facebook “likes” on the day you enter will win the gift certificate. We’ll tally results at 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 20, to determine winners, and we’ll draw from a hat if there’s a tie. Only one gift certificate will be awarded per person.

Be sure to read the full contest rules over here. (For starters, you have to be 18 or over and a legal Washington state resident.) Then click over here with your opinions and your appetite.

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