The Seattle Times - Thanks to the pros, this Place still pours on the charm
By Nancy Leson
For those of us who've had a love affair with Place Pigalle for decades, it's a relief to find that new owners Seth and Lluvia Walker have taken the old saw, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it," to heart. Read More...
The Seattle Times - Champs-Elysees
By Nicole Tsong and Pamela Sitt
We were immediately smitten by Place Pigalle, a romantic spot where they ask that you silence your cellphone. As we settled onto worn bar stools at the diminutive restaurant, we wondered if we could remember our high-school French. Hmm, non. Read More...
The Seattle Times - by Nancy Leson (click on audio review above)
No hype. Great food. No scene. Real scenery. Winsome wine list. Stellar service. Inventive cocktails. Savvy bartender. For all this — and more — Place Pigalle wins my adoration. Stylish yet serene, classy and classic, Bill Frank's hideaway, a French kiss with Northwest flavor, is the bistro that's been around "forever" and one that deserves to stay around for always.
Seattle PI - A hidden gem in the Market, Place Pigalle still has luster
By Leslie Kelly
Place Pigalle is like a treasured gem that is shuffled to the back of the jewelry box. You forget about it until you pull it out, and remember just how much you've always liked it. This cozy space, tucked into a quiet corner in Pike Place Market, was once a dive bar. Read More...
Pacific Northwest Magazine - Time To Eat: Feeding old hungers, new passions and everything in between
Sexy, sophisticated, elegant and alluring, the bar at Place Pigalle provides my perfect poison: the Mariana Cocktail, a memorable mix of vodka, lime juice, Campari and orange liqueur. (81 Pike St., Seattle; 206-624-1756)
Seattle PI - Place Pigalle mingles ethnic accents with bistro fare to agreeable results
By Gregory Roberts
Open for 17 years now, Place Pigalle qualifies as a venerable Seattle restaurant. And if the increasingly fast track that is the local dining scene leaves Pigalle somewhat short of the avant garde, it still performs admirably in its chosen role: a cozy, stylish bistro tucked away in the Pike Place Market, with a made-in-Seattle view and a well-executed menu of dishes that are agreeable, accessible and often excellent. Read more...
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