Seattle Met critic Kathryn Robinson digs in at dine-then-dance eateries Munchbar and Pnk. The two are bound by several common denominators—both in malls, both loud, both laden with Vegas glitz. “But,” Robinson writes, “there the similarities end, for Bellevue Square’s frenetic Munchbar—an actual Vegas export, modeled on an outpost at Caesar’s Palace—aims lower, demographically and gastronomically.”
And Pnk? “The food—though flawed—is real, a little higher up the food chain than Munchbar’s…”
For more on Munchbar and Pnk, including an eyebrow-raising bubblegum vodka cocktail, read the review.