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October 15, 2014 at 1:27 PM

Seattle Restaurant Week: Enter to win a $100 gift certificate

The Puntarelle alla Romana at Rione XIII features anchovy, chili, garlic and is topped with parmesan. We are giving away one $100 gift certificate to Rione XIII and four to other spots.(File photo by Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)

The Puntarelle alla Romana at Rione XIII features anchovy, chili, garlic and is topped with parmesan. We are giving away one $100 gift certificate to Rione XIII and four to other spots. (File photo by Dean Rutz / The Seattle Times)

Do you take a picture every time you grab a burger and fries from Dick’s Drive-In? And you can’t help but snap photos of  your beautiful dishes at Wild Ginger? Better start digging through your phone’s photo library.

Enter your best restaurant food shots for a chance to win one of five $100 gift certificates to these local restaurants, all of which are participating in Seattle Restaurant Week:

  • Anthony’s Pier 66
  • Big Fish Grill
  • Epulo Bistro
  • Kisaku
  • Rione XIII

HOW TO ENTER: Find us on Twitter at @STimesArtsLife and tweet your best restaurant food photos using #STFoodPics to win. (And don’t forget the Seattle Restaurant Week hastag, #SRW.) Enter by Oct. 30. Be sure to follow @STimesArtsLife so we can direct message you if you win.

Our features producer Paige Collins shows an example:

MORE ON RESTAURANT WEEK: Seattle Restaurant Week runs 10 days from Oct. 19-23 and Oct. 26-30 with more than 170 local restaurants serving three-course dinners for $30 — and many also offer two-course lunches for $15. It can be a bit overwhelming, so reporter Tan Vinh has tips on how to make the most of the week.

SOME OF OUR ENTRIES:

Comments | Topics: #SRW, Seattle Restaurant Week

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