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Young palate and wallet / formal Prom Night on the Waterfront

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Who would best accommodate the varied palates and wallets of a Prom Group. The actual prom is at Bell Harbor Convention Center on the waterfront. There is a concern not everyone eats fish so many of the heavy seafood restaurants our out. Italian, American dining seem most universal. HELP

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  1. not fancy or gourmet but old spaghetti factory fits the rest of your needs. may even have a private room for group.

    1. Maybe the Pink Door? It's nearby in the market, with pasta in the $17-20 range, and other entree's in the $20-$30 range.

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      1. re: Booklegger451

        I'm not from Seattle, I visit, but I immediately thought of the Pink Door. Honestly, when I visited, I didn't think the food was fabulous, but the atmosphere is suited to high school romance.

        1. re: arashall

          My thoughts too. The food is good, but not great, and very reliable. Their menu is likely to please a variety of palates, and they have an especially fun atmosphere.

      2. Chan in the market would be good, fun and lively.
        Le Pichet would be a good option too I think, simple french food.
        Really a shame some kids don't like seafood, Umi Sake house would be like the perfect venue, it's loud in there all the time.

        Just remember to be respectful, I've seen some absurd shit with prom groups.

        I went to Palisade for one of my prom dinners, that was before I knew much about food but I still enjoyed it.

        1. Il Bistro would take good care of you.