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The Pink Door
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1919 Post Alley Seattle, WA 98101
1919 Post AlleyUSWashingtonSeattle98101
(206) 443-3241thepinkdoor.net
$$Italian Restaurant, Bar
Italian Restaurant
Bar
European Restaurant
Today 11:30AM–10PM
Wednesday 11:30AM–10PMThursday 11:30AM–10PMFriday 11:30AM–11PMSaturday 11:30AM–11PMSunday 4–10PMMonday 11:30AM–10PMTuesday 11:30AM–10PM
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Italian restaurant with burlesque shows & trapeze entertainment plus terrace with Elliott Bay views.- Google
"The Lobster with potato puree and Oysters and Caviar were phenomenal."
"Loved the whimsical decor, charming waitstaff, and delicious food."
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Brian Yong
in the last week
Very consistent, very tasty, pretty busy, and appropriately priced. The fare is always delicious (although portion size *sometimes* leaves much to be desired--might just be my Olive Garden eating fatassery). Kitschy but interesting atmosphere with live music on some days. Beautiful outdoor seating that sits between the rest of the Post Alley neighbors and overlooks the sound. Versatile spot: I've come here on anniversaries and random weekends. I can't recall if they have reservations but I have usually had to wait 10-45 minutes (they will text you when ready), but there are plenty of watering holes nearby.
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Siddarth Ranganathan
in the last week
Quality has really gone down now. Their Veggie Lasagna used to be superb- all the ingredients were blended nicely. The fillings were fluffy and light. Now it's just blah - just a hotch potch of ingredients with no cohesive taste. And AVOID the White Pizza Bianca at all costs - this was on their special - my god - its just cheese goop that's been applied on a very average pizza crust. Gosh, I think Domino's pizza was better. We set aside the whole pizza (Except for a small slice which i took in the beginning only to find out how bad it was) and our server did not even have the courtesy to ask us how the food tasted or offer us a refund for the food that we did not touch. Very poor quality. We're not going back there again.
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Alex Gavin
in the last week
Enjoyable place for dinner that's close to Pike Place. Pleasant atmosphere and delicious food. Will go back again.
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RACHEL MYERS
a month ago
Found this place through a co-worker and I could not be more grateful. LOVED everything. The service, the atmosphere, the food. A nice date night out, we WILL be back.
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C. Alex Osteen
in the last week
Awesome location and vibe. Bustling and trendy. Greatttt seafood. The mussels and clam dish was so good. We had fun up there.
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Sophie Howard
a month ago
On the service: One of the hosts at the front door got us seated right away despite a 45 minute wait time, which was really sweet, we hadn't eaten all day and were starving so this meant a lot. A hostess at the front was wearing a ridiculous fluffy coat, which was... just hilarious I guess. Blue-haired waitress was lighthearted and funny, she made the pretentious restaraunt feel much more welcoming. On the food: pasta was undercooked, dishes really wasn't that special, the "really, really good" olive oil is actually really, really good, the drinks were incredible and the second best part of our dining experience besides the waitress. Overall: service for a busy night was friendly which makes this an easy 4/5. Don't go here if you want amazing food, though.
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Mohamed (Mo) Elfeky
in the last week
After checking the menu of few restaurants around, I chose it because I love Cioppino. I liked the ambience of the place, live music, friendly staff. The Cioppino was very good but not as spectacular as in San Francisco.
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T.Addison Brown
2 months ago
A quick trip to Seattle launched a frenzy of "OMG" so much to eat! I am sure everything has been said about Pikes Place. I shall add to that list. Our lovely concierge at The Mediterranean Inn suggested we go to this place in the Pike Alley that has no signage by design and enjoy some wonderful farm to table Italian food. Well, first off we never looked for it we only happened to "find" it and what a joy. A total whimsy European cave like main dining room, equippted with "trapeze" accoutraments, yes trapeze, more on that later. We started of with the "green" salad of butter lettuce, asparagus, fava beans, pistachios and a tarragon vinaigrette. one word . DELICIOUS. followed by the house made linguine and clams. The garlic, lemon, white wine sauce with parsley was insanely good and the clams seemed to have floated in that morning, again superb. Then we had the fish special which was a marbled salmon from Vancouver. when I say I have never tasted salmon this light, soft on the tongue, cooked to perfection at medium rare, with a pesto drizzle and red pepper coulis. I was blown away. Only to faint after dessert of get this! Nutella cheesecake with candied pecans and dark chocolate. Some where in there the lovely trapeze artist used the things coming down from the ceiling and performed feats of grandeur to add extra whimsy to our already magical dinner. Needless to say we went again two days later for more of the best food in Seattle, served with style, class, grace and fun. PS. lots of bread for soaking up the pasta sauce.
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