Can’t be in two sessions at once? We’ve got you covered.

Continue the conversation with conference speakers on Monday evening via our informal, no-host networking dinners.

This is a value-added benefit available only to registered conference attendees who would like to have dinner with a speaker (and fellow attendees) at a nearby designated restaurant within walking distance or a short Uber ride. For more details, please refer to the Participation Guidelines and Restrictions at the bottom of this page.

Dine Around Options

Sorted by distance from conference hotel

Urbane at the Hyatt at Olive 8 ($$$)

  • Featured speaker: Danny Chung, Microsoft
  • When: 6:30 p.m. Monday, April 23
  • Where: Hotel lobby
  • Cuisine: Northwest cuisine, farm-to-table (website)
  • Sponsored by BusinessWire

RSVP for dinner at Urbane

Blueacre Seafood ($$$)

  • Featured speaker: Kelly Guenther, Shoosta
  • When: 7 p.m. Monday, April 23
  • Where: 1700 7th Ave., Seattle (one block away)
  • Cuisine: Seafood and raw bar (website)

RSVP for dinner at Blueacre Seafood

The Carlisle Room ($$$)

RSVP for dinner at the Carlisle Room

Barolo ($$$$)

  • Featured speaker: Carla Sandine, PATH
  • When: 7 p.m. Monday, April 23
  • Where: 1940 Westlake Ave., Seattle (four blocks away)
  • Cuisine: Upscale Italian (website)

RSVP for dinner at Barolo

Momiji ($$$)

RSVP for dinner at Momiji

Maslow’s ($$$)

RSVP for dinner at Maslow’s

Participation Guidelines and Restrictions

  • When you arrive, let them know you’re part of the “PRSA” reservation party.
  • This is a no-host event, so you are responsible for the cost of your own order. Participating restaurants have agreed to separate checks for each participant; however, so you should receive your own tab and be able to provide payment using the method of your choice (i.e. cash or card).
  • Please note that in the face of a $15 minimum wage, many Seattle restaurants have adopted the policy of adding service charges to patron’s bills. If you see this service charge — generally between 15 and 20 percent — your server will not expect you to provide an additional tip, even though there is a tip line on your receipt. (See Seattle Magazine’s guide to gratuity for more information.)
  • Due to the limited availability of dine around options, we are not able to accommodate changes or cancellations to your reservation.
  • This benefit is limited to registered conference attendees, speakers and sponsors only. If you are not registered for the conference, your reservation will be cancelled.