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With its perch above Pike Place Market and a menu studded with salads and risottos, the 30-year old Pink Door has all the trappings of a destination for ladies who lunch. It's pretty tough to beat the outdoor seating at the Pink Door, one of the only Market spots that stays packed from July through August, but never feels like a tourist trap. The Italian-leaning market cuisine at this popular trattoria doesn't shy away from pow-wham-bang cookery. Gorgonzola spread is served with two ripe heads of roasted garlic and an antipasto platter is freighted with pickled hot peppers. With its dim lighting and cabaret motif, it's tough to find a spot better suited for guzzling gallons of wine and chowing down on pasta.
Weekly trapeze performances by Bridget Gunning (6:30 p.m. Sun.) and Rachel Strickland (6:30 p.m. Mon.). Saturdays, go "Behind the Pink Door" (11 p....
I’m always amazed at just how many Seattleites have never been to the Pink Door; notwithstanding a steady stream of tourists, for city residents, i...
The food at the Pink Door is truly Fabulous! They actually take the time to think out the flavors on their menu and every time I go I'm enamored with the experience. Their desserts are to die for too! Make sure to enjoy a visit in the Summer time when you can sit outside on the deck high above the waterfront!
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