Friday, September 22, 2017

Tag Archives: The Pink Door

Food Porn: The Pink Door’s Spring Menu
This Post Alley staple offers bright new flavors for spring. In this edition of Food Porn, we feature The Pink Door, an Italian-American restaurant hidden behind a “milky rose portal” in Pike Place’s Post Alley. This Seattle staple offers delicious food, live entertainment, a beautifully decorated dining room, and a gorgeous patio with a breathtaking view of Elliot Bay.  (more…)
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Video Recap: New Year Libations 2012
There’s no better way to celebrate and toast to the year ahead than letting the good libations flow. Seattle’s top mixologists pulled out all the stops and impressed guests with their best cocktail at Seattleite and Google Places’ New Year Libations event on Thurs., Jan. 19 at Pravda Studios in Capitol Hill. Enjoy this video recap from the hottest event with the city’s most luscious libations — cheers! (more…)
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New Year Libations 2012, presented by Seattleite and Google Places
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New Year Libations: The Pink Door’s Luciano’s Revenge
Italian wine meets Irish whiskey. (more…)
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Corks+Forks: Italian Classics At The Pink Door
Beloved Italian cuisine paired with Tuscany’s most popular wine — that’s amore! In the classic 1991 thriller, “The Silence of the Lambs,” Sir Anthony Hopkins introduced the relatively obscure Chianti to American audiences. (more…)
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Fall Comforts: The Pink Door’s Grandma’s Braciole Flank Steak
Indulge in this tasty fall comfort that guarantees a thoroughly clean plate. The Scoop: This joyfully named local favorite has been serving up delicious and hearty Italian-American dishes for nearly 25 years. We think it’s safe to say they’ve got comfort food down to a science — a science that artfully evolves with each season, yet remains effortlessly simple, (more…)
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