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- The Pink DoorSep 10, 2012
A very unique spot in Pike Place market, great for couples getting together for drinks or even just listening to the live piano music inside.
I even had my sisters bachelorette party brunch here it could've been more perfect! We love the outside patio.
- The Pink DoorMember ofLocal CultureFamily TravelersFoodies+ 2Aug 14, 2012
The best thing about this place is the Pink Door and the hidden location. The food is OK but not great. It's somewhat romantic, but the decor is tired. It just feels a bit touristy. Definitely not a must if you are looking for super food. But not bad if you are in the neighborhood.
- The Pink DoorJul 16, 2012
Came on a Monday for the aerial hoop... my fiance requested to be seated inside since that's where she performs... they gave us outside :(
Look for THE PINK DOOR. No sign. No arrows. Just THE PINK DOOR. Literally.
The inside area is decked in vintage, 1930s look to it. It's very romantic at night. Especially with the aerial hoop performance.
You get a view of the water area and Pike's Place, but it's ok. Thank goodness for perfect weather.
I got the veggie lasagna because it's suppose to be the most famous... but it was alright. It had a lot of sauce. I actually couldn't finish it all too because it was too bland for me. I had to put a lot of Parmesan cheese on it.
Calamari - This was pretty good. :D It was light and very good to have as a starter.
Kinda slow. I was kinda upset that we requested indoors and because we were late, we sat outside and didnt get to see the hoop girl. :/
It was an ok experience.
- The Pink DoorFirst to ReviewJul 05, 2012
I usually don't pick Italian restaurants to visit in cities because I don't really get to, plus some of them really just aren't good (think Maggianos ... "authentic" Italian for sure! ...) but had to try this place after seeing the pictures and how cute it looked.
This was definitely a hard find because it's in an alley and there isn't really a huge visible sign. Google maps and iPhone even failed me because I was staring at the door screaming at my phone going "IT SAYS I AM HERE?!?!?!" ...
Eventually we did find it and got seated promptly. Apparently we just missed a burlesque-like show as I saw the actress walk by with one of the fanciest headdresses ever.
The service was good, the mood was VERY romantic haha ... and the food was great. Their lasagna was definitely one for the books. I enjoyed my dining experience here and now I can say I found a great Italian place I wouldn't mind coming back to!