1919 Post Alley, Seattle WA
Open lunch Mon-Sat, Dinner 7 days a week

Tucked away in a back alley off Pikes Market is a Pink Door. Enter through it and you find yourself in the most unusual establishment in the city. Every night, except Mondays, you will be entertained by everything from flying trapeze to tap dancing sax players. Get a table outside in the patio and you have a spectacular view of Seattle’s harbor in a cozy, if not romantic, setting. The food is Italian American and the kitchen puts out good, solid, homemade dishes. A great place for couples, girl’s night or just for something different. Remember, its hidden. No sign says “Pink Door” but just guess what you should look for… ;)

Piatto di prosciutto La Quercia Berkshire & Leporati prosciutto di Parma & mozzarella di bufala ~ extra virgin olive oil

Bruschetta del’ estiva: grilled ciabatta bread w/the ripest summer organic heirloom tomato, basilico, extra virgin olive oil & sea salt

Risotto with NW Dungeness Crab, summer corn, marscapone and cherry tomatoes.

Lasagna pink door: fresh spinach pasta layered with besciamella, pesto and topped with marinara sauce. The House Hit!

Cioppino pink door prawns, mussels, clams, and calamari in a spicy tomato and white wine broth.

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