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The Pink Door
European Restaurant$$
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1919 Post Alley Seattle, WA 98101
1919 Post AlleyUSWashingtonSeattle98101
$$European Restaurant, BarToday 11:30 AM – 10:00 PM
Tuesday 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 PMMonday 11:30 AM – 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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David Webb
in the last week
This place has some pretty good eats. What I appreciated most was the homemade pasta! There was something different about it. It was lighter than most pastas I have had in the past. I tried their Tajarin which came with spinach, fresh grated parmesan and a raw egg yolk on top. I also tried their garlic bread with herbed olive oil. It was also good but a little cold. This is probably one of the better restaurants I got to try in Seattle. You might need to make reservations as it gets very busy.
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Suzie Oh
in the last week
I love the location of this little restaurant! My boyfriend and I just stumbled upon it while walking through the Post Alley and it was definitely a pleasant surprise! We were able to nab a reservation online so we were seated in the outdoor seating area, which was amazing! Enjoying a lovely dinner and being able to watch a sunset at the same time was a great way to spend a romantic evening with a loved one. Our server was very attentive and helpful, and the food was excellent. The Pink Door is known for having trapeze shows and burlesque shows on certain nights, so be sure to check their website to find out their full schedule! Burlesque shows are on Saturday nights, but they don't take reservations for the shows. Overall, The Pink Door is a great option for a romantic dinner or just to enjoy the night out!
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Jason Elkins
3 months 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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Tarsha Durbin
5 months ago
The Pink Door continues to have my five star rating. The food is truly amazing and spectacular. I have dined here on several occasions, but for my first "no meat" experience there were several entrees to accommodate. The Lobster with potato puree and Oysters and Caviar were phenomenal. The best part Macaron Ice Cream Sandwiches for dessert. I believe this has been the only restaurant, where I have been able to have my favorite type of dessert. Thank you to the The Pink Door family for always making my experience here a wonderful one.
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Shihho Yu
a month ago
Cute elegant decor. Sat at the patio to enjoy my dinner. Oysters were fresh and juicy. Pasta was lovely. Nice dining experience. Reservation at patio recommended. $30 up per person.
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Richard Navarro
a week ago
Super hard to find, because there's no signs, but I love it because I love the mystery! hahaha Great spot for amazing Italian food with an amazing view of Seattle and it's waters! If you make a reservation, they default you to sitting outside in the patio, which is an amazing default! I really enjoyed the service, they were super friendly and came at always the perfect time! I had the pleasure of enjoying their classic lasagne with pesto, and man the pesto is the best part of their interesting take on lasagne. I also tried out the halibut which was really tasty. We started with the caprese and the tomatoes were incredible! I would definitely come back here again!
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Kathy Salazar
3 months 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
5 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.