While a majority of the food is sourced locally, some ingredients such as the Spanish Cheeses and Jamon Iberico de Bellota (cured ham from the acorn fed Iberico pig) are frequently used to create the traditional dishes that have been made in Spain and Pais Vasco (Basque Country) for centuries.
The beverage menu features wine, liquor, beer and cider/cidra from Spain, additionally local wine and beer are also readily available and easily paired with Pintxo’s bold and flavorful food. Specializing in Spanish GinTonics and craft cocktails.
The dining room is large but intimate and features bar and table seating as well as Private Dining and a speakeasy style bar, Branchwater, located behind the restaurant.
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Daily Happy Hour
Enjoy Drink Specials and discounts on select Tapas 4-6pm Daily.
Terms and Conditions:
Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: October 10, 2019
Ends: October 11, 2118
Availability: Mon-Thu 4:00PM-6:00PM
Great food. Great service.
We had three appetizers, two of which were absolutely terrible. The anchovi crustini was good but the liver pate thing and the croquettes were disgusting. Also the sangria was super watery and super crappy.
Overall a decently good tapas place with an extensive menu that should appeal to varying tastes. My one complaint is that for the price, the seafood paella didn’t have much seafood, especially considering it was for at least two people.
My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed our date night at Pintxo. I had both the red and white sangrias, which were delicious. My husband’s gin and tonic was very refreshing. We had several tapas, all were delicious and perfectly seasoned. We had the tortilla española , the marinated manchego, patatas bravas, bacon wrapped dates, goat cheese toasts, and the mushrooms. I wish we had room for more, but were completely stuffed. Our waiter was friendly and attentive. Lovely atmosphere. We’ll be back.
Once again, Pintxo was a delightful experience! We had a large group for a bachelor dinner and it was such a great evening.
I will not return. Mostly because of the value. The food was passable, but for the prices it should be exquisit.
We were charged for 2 dishes not served. The beer was great.
Food was excellent and fairly true to what you would get at a cafe in Madrid or Barcelona. Service was friendly but not overpowering. Will go back for sure.
Outstanding food and service, with so many restaurant choices in Seattle, Pintxo is a MUST!
My wife & I were celebrating our 5 year anniversary, & having just been to Barcelona, we decided to try Pinxto to kinda try & recreate some of our wonderful dining experiences In Spain. Pinxto was pretty good on its own - But it was not fair to compare. There’s nothing like the real deal.
The Mixto Paella was a bit salty but the rest of the experience was great!
Very nice experience the staff were. A + they were there helping us exactly the right time all night.
Every dish we had was outstanding; highlights were the goat cheese toasts, patatas bravas, manchego cheese and garlic shrimp! Service was on point as well!
Authentic dinner with very tasty pintxos. A hot Spot...
Wonderful space, slightly disappointing food. Had the special for the day (fried calamari) and it was very overcooked. Shared the paella for entrees and it was lacking in flavour.
We were both very ill the next day after eating here
Was excellent food, perfect portions. Service was wonderful. We were checked consistently but they never hovered.
Couldn’t have been happier.
Really great food. Very impressed with the staff who went out of their way to accommodate many good allergies with ease
The food was delicious! It was casually but artfully presented. We loved the bacon wrapped dates with goat cheese. The marinated manchego cheese was also delicious. Our friendly waiter, David, suggested 4-5 dishes for two people, with the meat counting as two. We followed his advice and discovered that with the meat, three additional dishes were more than enough. Gluten-free items were also presented on the menu; additionally, the chef agreed to another creative vegetable accompaniment in place of the couscous.
In terms of atmosphere, it was hip. The bar had a colorful modern take on stained glass, which complimented the casual wood tables. It was a comfortable place to eat on a rainy night.
Long wait for the paella, and the rice was undercooked. Our server was fantastic, and we liked the atmosphere. The paella was just a bit underwhelming.
We found ourselves arriving just before the massive thunder and lightening storm. We were seated at a table right next to the window, perfect to watch the incredible rain pour down and lightening flash by. It felt cozy, romantic and a little thrilled sitting there watching the light show. We hung at the bar for a few while out table was getting ready. The bartender was easy to connect with and made a El Madre drink for me. When we were seated, we enjoyed the seafood paella (to die for) and the chicken dish (double die for). Those two dishes were PLENTY to fill our appetites as we sips on some cocktails. While the hostess had this incredible energy about her, our waitress wasn't attentive at all and just blah all the way around. I give people the benefit of the doubt - bad day maybe? Kinda of disappointing, however it didn't bother us as much as it normally would because everything else was pristinely perfect. After dinner we headed next store (didn't even have to walk outside) to lounge attached and found the comfiest couch and took a seat for the next hours enjoy some bourbon and our favorite early 2000's hip hop & r&b music. Hadn't heard Coolie High for a minute. Overall, we have a super enjoyable evening!
I really enjoyed this restaurant. The Paella was amazing. Great value for two people too.
plates and wine were overpriced, waiter did not have good recommendations. liked the ambiance but would not take anyone back here, as the food was not good and service only a bit above average. Try another place for tapas and save your money.
My wife and I had friends visiting from Oregon. We wanted to share with them one of the best tapas places we have here in Seattle. Amanda and her husband had done wonders with Pintxo's over the years. This is a regular place my wife and I go. The menu is seasonal and changes. But if you like small dishes and want to try multiple things, this is a great place to eat and spend time with family and friends. Exceptional hand-crafted cocktails as well.
Outstanding Crepe dessert, Foie Gras brûlée, aioli, clams w/ chorizo sauce, mocktail, olives and crab toast. Calamari a bit disappointing-not crispy enough for me. Food arrived fast and service was friendly. Our extra bread arrived after we finished meal and we were charged $2 for it and didn’t touch it, but things happen:) Overall a great experience before Jazz Alley.
We took my sister there for a special occasion and it was perfect - we wanted food and ambiance that was delicious and felt special but not at an exorbitant price and we got that! The drinks were delicious and we loved everything we ordered, especially the seafood paella. We loved being in a high back booth as it felt private. Highly recommend!
The service and the food were impeccable! I will be back!
Excellent meal! On of the best places to dine in Seattle!!
Food was great. We got the marinated manchego, olive tapenade toast and the paella to split along with a couple GT cocktails. everything was wonderful! The manchego was the biggest surprise. Paella was a great twist on the classic -- not overly saffron-y, had some veggies in the rice, and the spices on the fish were awesome. It wasn't the traditional "get a pice of fish with every bite", rather heavy on the rice, light on the fish (5 shrimp, 5 mussels, 1 scallop, 1 piece of white fish).
The service here is second to none. But it’s the food that keeps me coming back.
Lots of great flavors up to the desserts which were disappointing. We had a group of 12 with a semi-private room with very good service throughout the night. I love the ambiance and the art in the space.
Excellent small plate choices and a solid wine list. Great whiskey bar in the back. Nice vibe. Great food and time.
Wonderful and friendly service. Great paella!
Good tapas place. Just be aware flavors tend to be overly sweet and try to balance it by adding pickled peppers.
Wasnt overly crowded and noise wasnt bad for a Friday night- great spot for tapas and conversation! The food was excellent and came out quickly. We mad dinner of it and tried al.ost half the menu plus two cocktails for a little over $100- very, very reasonable for downtown and good food. Staff was friendly and unpretentious. Ambiance is comfortable and decor is fun but mature and interesting (love the stained glass. Seating is great- very spacious and not crammed together to fit as many as possible like most spots. Food was modern and authentic Spanish- had comparable meals in Madrid. Will start going regularly!
Great food and drink. Had the cheese and potato omelette appetizers. Olive oil cake was different and good.
2nd time visiting Pintxo. The wait staff is very good (prompt, polite, fun). The food is also quite good. The drinks are good, but, there is room for improvement. Overall, a very nice restaurant - - especially for date night. Enjoy!
This last saturday, I had planned avery special birthday dinner for my husband and myself. Seeing as how I am from Spain, I thought it to be fun for him to experience a unique and beautiful Spanish meal out. I had notified the restaurant while making my reservation that it is a special occasion and to take a little extra care.
So upon arrival we were confused as to why they said I did not in fact have a reservation. Incorrect, ok. We are seated regardless at a table that seemed more like an after thought in the room. No candles? Nothing on the table? Interesting.
We ordered from a very stiff waiter, what I would have guessed would be at least good, authentic, and culturatly correct dinner.
The calamari appitizer came, something I ate often back home. What was served instead was a rubbery pile of caked batter on a plate.
Then the waiter brought us patatas bravas but I ordered instead bread with tomato. To be honest, it was clearly made long before it was served and the bread was so soft from being soaked in the juices, it was like baby food.
I could go on with "beautiful" descriptions of their food and service, but I think you get the idea.
We were very disappointed and a sad representation of food from my home.
No tenían varios platillos del menú y los que tenían no estaban buenos
Over priced for just ok paella and tapas.
The food was excellent bacon wrapped dates with goat cheese, mix of olives , Spanish ham and cheese croquettes shared was very good. Service was excellent