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The Pink Door
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1919 Post Alley Seattle, WA 98101
1919 Post AlleyUSWashingtonSeattle98101
(206) 443-3241thepinkdoor.net
$$European Restaurant, BarToday 11:30AM–11PM
Saturday 11:30AM–11PMSunday 4–10PMMonday 11:30AM–10PMTuesday 11:30AM–10PMWednesday 11:30AM–10PMThursday 11:30AM–10PMFriday 11:30AM–11PM
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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 Lobster with potato puree and Oysters and Caviar were phenomenal."
"Loved the whimsical decor, charming waitstaff, and delicious food."
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Matt W
a month ago
Awesome place for dinner. For a quieter and formal experience make sure to make reservations to sit in the main dining area (coming down the stairs from the main entrance it has a bit of a speakeasy or Cabaret feel). There is also a more casual and festive bar and and dining area on the other side of the restaurant - often with live music and other acts. There's plenty of outdoor seating during the warmer months with fantastic views of Puget Sound and is a great place to have a relaxed dinner with friends as well.
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Annie S
3 weeks ago
We were very pleased we went through the anonomous pink door last friday. We were greeted by an unexpected lively atmosphere and by friendly attentive staff. As we hadn't booked we went to the bar until a table was ready. We had bread which was a good start, and l chose lasagne pink door which was a delicious vegetarian dish, the other two in the party had pappardelle al ragu bolognese which was very well received. It was a shame we were in a hurry because we would like to have stayed longer. A place to be recommended.
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Jos. T. Evans
2 months ago
My wife and I went for our 7 year anniversary, for the first time, and it did not disappoint. This is old world Italian charm, wrapped in romantic ambiance, with a sophisticated taste experience, and although they offer a live Cabaret and Burlesque show, we only came for the dinner, this night. The Pink Door is a high-end Italian experience and trust me, worth every penny. Terrence was our Waiter for the evening and this guy is incredibly professional and truly knows his stuff, he even remembered our names. He really impressed my wife and me. Terrence suggested a few vegetarian dishes and I chose the "LASAGNA PINK DOOR" with fresh spinach pasta layered with besciamella, pesto and topped with marinara sauce, with a "CELERY & MUSHROOM SALAD," with my usual Ginger Beer, and boy did Terrence pick two winners. They were two exquisitely prepared dishes and the experience of what a Foodie's dreams are made of. So very delicious, a fabulous dining experience, and Terrence really made our anniversary a night to remember. We'll be back for the show.
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Ricardo Hernández
a week ago
A very intimate place to have dinner. The Italian kitchen is just average, suited to the American palate. Service is average. Sometimes (when tables are full) it can feel suffocating and affect your experience.
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Amanda Louise
2 months ago
Food was fantastic for lunch. Decently priced as well. We had to bring my dog to seattle and they were willing to let him in as long as he stayed laying down. They even brought him some water. Very pleased with this restaurant and thankful for their willingness to let my family and dog in.
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Jess C
3 weeks ago
This place was nifty! Loved the whimsical decor, charming waitstaff, and delicious food. We ordered: Blistered Asparagus. Dining companions devoured most of it before it got to me so no photo, but I thoroughly enjoyed everything about this dish. The asparagus was well seasoned and cooked to the perfect texture. The tasty eggs and prosciutto added flair. Garlic Bread. This was okay. The bread was charred which gave it a nice smokiness, but it was not flavorful enough. Cioppino Pink Door. I expected that their signature dish would not disappoint, and I was absolutely right. The clams, mussels, calamari, prawns, and fish were all delicious, but the broth just knocks the whole experience out of the park. It was flavorful, complex and interesting, without being overpowering. I loved it so much I had to tilt the bowl so I could spoon up every last scrumptious drop. That segues to the best and worst thing about this dish: it does not come with any pasta, bread, or other sort of carby goodness! On the one hand this is a light yet satisfying dish that is perfect all on its own, and I should really be grateful for the lack of additional calories (see: huge serving of tiramisu for dessert); but on the other hand I was a bit taken by surprise and found myself wishing for something to sop up the delightful broth with. Tiramisu. The serving size was shockingly large and made me feel immense guilt for indulging in such sinful gluttony. It was delicious though - can't go wrong with something so classic! I also had the mocktail with strawberry puree, lemon juice, and a splash of balsamic vinegar. It was sweet and tart and sublime. Overall I really enjoyed this restaurant. The meal came out to be a bit pricey but was well worth it. Add in the great service and beautiful decor, I'm sure it'll be a good time for anyone. They also have performances in the evenings, which I plan on returning for!
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Samuel Gámez
5 months ago
My favorite restaurant in this city! The cioppino here is AMAZING. It's my go to meal. The lasagna is made just the way it's supposed to be. If you're lucky enough to be there when they have performers then you're in luck. I work at a hotel nearby and I recommend it all the time. The only thing is, it's sometimes hard to get a table for dinner if you're a last minute type person. They get busy, but fir good reasons. Enjoy!
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Ismail Sebe
4 months ago
Let me start by saying great staff. From the door to the waitress, everybody was so friendly and helpful. Our waitress recommended fish of the day and it was big enough for two and was delicious. Good wine pairing as well. BTW there is no sign for the place. Go through the pink door 😀