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The Pink Door
European Restaurant$$
Today 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
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1919 Post Alley Seattle, WA 98101
1919 Post AlleyUSWashingtonSeattle98101
$$European Restaurant, BarToday 11:30 am – 10:00 pm
Monday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmTuesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmWednesday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmThursday 11:30 am – 10:00 pmFriday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSaturday 11:30 am – 11:00 pmSunday 4:00 – 10:00 pm
The Pink Door is an independently owned (never cloned, never genetically modified) restaurant that has been quietly dedicated to fresh & local Italian food since 1981.
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Italian restaurant with burlesque shows & trapeze entertainment plus terrace with Elliott Bay views.- Google
"The lasagna, risotto, fish of the day, game hen … everything's stellar."
"Trapeze show is not to be missed, sit in main dining area!"
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Kathy Salazar
a month ago
No pink door, the decor was cheesy thrift store and the waiter was snooty. We went with pretty high expectations. My best friend and I are both vegetarians and I am a cook (home cook) I'm all about value, flavor, presentation and service. There was no value, the waiter said the kitchen would make us something special, a bowl of rice noodles with a scant few steamed and mushed vegetables. No flavor, no presentation. I just can't say one nice thing about the place. It was incredibly noisy and I have to assume that the people eating there have no idea what good food is supposed to taste like. As a personal rant, why is it that vegetarian, gluten free, dairy free offerings are overpriced an lack any imagination what so ever. I'm just a home cook but truthfully i could run circles around that place with my cooking with out even trying. Let the Buyer beware
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Savanna Raynor
3 months ago
The Pink Door is a long-timer restaurant in Seattle that's often touted as being a classic American go-to. Maybe that's exactly the reason why it's not getting a raving review from me? Don't get me wrong, I think the ingredients are fresh and everything was executed very well. But in a city like Seattle with amazing, innovative food and restaurant scene, I just don't think The Pink Door measures up, at all.
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Mike Wilson
2 weeks ago
The best thing about the Pink Door besides the food is sitting outside and watching the sunset. Finding the place was even a little adventure. After walking around and exploring the wharf all day, we kept hearing about the Pink Door so we hunted it down and didn't regret it! I do feel obligated to mention the day we were there the water was terrible, the tables around us also complained (we switched to wine).
Jamie Koehl
3 months ago
service is slow and food is mediocre. fairly pricy for what you get. Bolognese tastes like chef boyardee made it
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Jason Elkins
a month ago
Of coarse it was amazing! The food was tasty, the atmosphere was relaxed, and the service was top notch. If highly recommend this place. Be sure to make reservations to get on the patio. I'd recommend this place to anyone that wants to treat themselves to a really delightful cuisine 👍🏻👍🏻
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Potsy Band
2 weeks ago
I work for a Concierge service that books reservations on behalf of American Express clientele. The meathead of a "manager", Chris, has a thing or three to learn about customer relations. Seriously, I ask you if there's anyway we can rearrange some things to accommodate a party of TWO who were actually looking forward to dining with you, and you're going to come back with "Pssh, is AMEX going to cut our rates?". Nah, bro, just your referrals from here on.
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Rhonda Williamson
3 months ago
I was the noob that saw the pink door, didn't know if it was a real entrance...and walked downstairs to get inside. Then, I walked across the entire restaurant to find the hostess table, just to find out that if I had opened the pink door, I would have found my way in. Oops! I love the decor of the restaurant. It's pretty and romantic and just so much fun. Completely different than most of the other eateries near the market so I really enjoyed it. We came here for SRW (yes, this post is a little late) and ordered the Bruschetta del autumno and sauteed calamari to start. Really awesome way to start off the meal. The bruschetta was earthy and savory and the calamari was cooked really delicately so that there was no chewiness to the squid; both were really well-seasoned and I thought the calamari was quite a generous portion. For dinner, we ordered the pistachio crusted rockfish and cioppino. Again, both of them were hits and so much food! I couldn't even finish. We rounded off the meal with the shards of love (deconstructed cheesecake-type) and chocolate torte. I'd have to say I preferred the shards of love but enjoyed them both. The service was good and we had a great time at the restaurant. I'll definitely be going back.
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Cleta Thigpen
a week ago
Awesome atmosphere, amazing service, and delicious food! It is perfect for a quirky date night.