Pink Door

Neighborhood: Pike Place Market
Price Rating: $15-$30 per person
Hours: unknown

Number of reviews: 3
Average rating: 4
1919 Post Alley (Map it!)
(Between Stewart & Virginia St)
Seattle 98101

Reviewed 2004-06-28 (Reviewer)
Don't say a word and the magic that is beyond the pink door may possibly remain undisturbed. A sumptuous view of Elliot Bay and<br>attentive service provide the perfect backdrop for a special night out with loved ones be they familial or coital. Immense cherubs hover above your head in the dining room and on weekends<br>so do pretty girls on trapeze swings. This is the place to impress a date that you are both classic and casual. When children are born, and then when they graduate, The Pink Door is the place where people gather to mark the occasion. The magical ambiance in this place is unique. Now please go there, enjoy, and forget that I ever said a word.

Reviewed 2002-05-30 (Reviewer)
The rain keeps us tucked away inside for so many months in a row that when the sun finally emerges, all of Seattle seems to merge at the Pink Door hoping to get a table on their fantastic deck.<p>Grab a cocktail and an appetizer while watching the sun drift over Puget Sound and then dig into some hearty seafood pasta once you can bear to tear your eyes away from the sunset. The people watching (and eavesdropping) is great as the crowd is usually a mix of regulars, tourists and Seattle hipsters.<p>A treat for every sense!

Reviewed 2002-05-29 (Reviewer)
On a hot July/August day this place is a great lunch spot in the Market. Its a bit hard to find, being down the alley but once you do you won't forget where it is. Just open the "pink" door decend the stairs and into the aroma of garlic, olive oil and wonderfulness. A favorite place to take out of town guests.

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