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October 17, 2013 at 2:53 PM

Your picks for Seattle’s most romantic restaurant

File photo of romantic Canlis by Jim Bates/The Seattle Times

File photo of romantic Canlis by Jim Bates/The Seattle Times

Our Restaurant Week giveaway continued Wednesday by asking readers to nominate the most romantic restaurant in Seattle. We’ll award a $50 gift certificate to a participating restaurant to the person with the answer that draws the most ‘likes’ on our Facebook page.

One of the leading nominations as of my last check was the Dahlia Lounge, for the slightly risque anniversary writeup that “of course, after the coconut pie, we are too full to get romantic, but we make up for it on other days.”

Canlis was the choice of a few entrants as the place that has “got romance covered,” with The Pink Door, La Rustica, Brad’s Swingside Cafe, Purple Cafe, Stumbling Goat, and “hidden gem” La Fontana also on the list. Harvest Vine got date night credit for “a cellar room, dim lighting, soft music, and shared plates.”

Agree? Disagree? Got nominations of your own? Head over here to express your opinion or for your own chance to win.

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