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The Pink Door
1919 Post Alley
Seattle, WA 98101
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- Sun - 4:00pm - 11:00pm
- Mon - Thu 11:30am - 10:00pm
- Fri - Sat 11:30am - 11:00pm
price range:$11 to $25
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The Pink Door Reviews
Once again a near perfect brewery is laid low by sub par food. My friend's wild salmon pot pie was tastless and barely warm. The halibut fish and chips while passable, was vastly overpriced. That said you may be wondering why I am giving this four stars. It's quite simple, the beer selection is absolutely fantastic and more then makes up for the meal by complimenting your food so perfectly. While you won't go wrong with the sampler, try the barley wine or the belgian tripel, you won't be sorry.
by Mingfei Y.
This place is a secret!! Go to post, past the Irish reatraurant, then look to the left.... pink door....and enter. Have fun!!
by Katrina H.
Pesto Lasagna, unreal.
by Holland H.
All the seafood dishes are excellent! My favorites are calamari and cioppino!!
This dessert is a must have and also try the shards of love <3
by Pascal C.
the most romantic date night spot! live jazz band, sexy italian food, and a great ambiance.
by Taylor L.
The lasagna is AMAZING!!
by Nicole D.
Calamari and cheese plate to start. Spaghetti with clams, mussels, prawns, and more calamari for the main dish. Shards of love to finish the decadent evening of amazing food. Peppermint tea, Done.
Go on Monday nights for the trapeze artist!! She's amazing!!
by Olivia D.
Jessie was an awesome waiter nice atmosphere great food !
by Taj G.
Butterscotch pudding and lasagna are must trys!
by Danny T.
This is probably the best restaurant I ate at while vacationing in Seattle. Love the atmosphere and the view! Place has no sign so just look for pink (sorta peach color now) door.
by K H.
Try the Tuille cookies with limoncello ricotta (via @Foodspotting)
by Jim S.
Best patio in town
by Diane S.
GREAT CHOCOLATE CAKE
by Meghan M.
The Calamari appetizer is so good.
by Actual Networking
Salted caramel gelato... OMG
by Cynthia G.
Famous for their lasagna, and for good reason!
The calamari was amazing.
by Jennifer G.
The lasagna is out of this world!!
by Talan C.
Found Shards Of Love as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com
Found Paglia e Fieno as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com
Found Shrimp & Limoncello Crostini as Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com
Good luck finding this place! It's in the Upper Post Alley with no sign. The only clue is a pink door.
by Macey W.
Brad says to eat here.
by Daniel S.
Lasagna - Yes get the vegetarian Lasagna at this tourist trap which serves good food.
by Yatharth G.
Very, very good dinner! I started with the beet salad and had the butternut squash for my entree. Both were excellent! Great service too. And for $15, stay for the burlesque show!
by Christina L.
You must try the Fettunta. Garlic + bread + olive oil. So great.
by Sophia A.
by Chelsea G.
Best hidden dining spot in the sea of tourism alley.
Traveled 2200miles to try the lasagna. Holy Hell
by Johnny A.
Holy Hell Lasagna
by Johnny A.
This place has horrible service. I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
Basil Hendricks gimlet -- first introduced to me here. Best cocktail I've EVER had
by Linda A.
Great place to go with Friends or on a Date
by Frances D.
Not normally a calamari fan, but this is definitely the best I've ever had. Delicious!
by Rochelle A.
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