California Pizza Kitchen

Written by on November 11, 2015 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

(cpk.com) – Northgate, Seattle, Washington

CPK

How I heard of this place: I fail to recall how, or when I first heard of CPK, but this was my first time at the Northgate establishment, thanks to Veteran’s Day deals offered for a good friend and an invitation extended to us.

CPK Veteran's Day Set-Up

Type of cuisine: hand-tossed artisan pizzas, classic, unique pastas and salads, fresh, seasonally inspired ingredients, hand shaken cocktails, premium wines and craft beers.

CPK Veteran's Day Menu

Ambiance: Sparse, dimly lit and clean, the streamlined space is perfect for a casual date, a spontaneous family dinner, and a casual go-to for an impromptu dinner out while shopping.

CPK Indoors

What I ordered: The ending to our Veteran’s Day of eating out, I opted for a simple Asparagus and Arugula Salad ($5.95) tossed in housemate lemon vinaigrette with sun-dried tomatoes, toasted almonds and shaved parmesan.

CPK Asparagus & Arugula Salad

Garlic Cream Fettuccine and Chicken (free for Veteran’s), “the ultimate roasted garlic Parmesan cream sauce” for my husband,

CPK Creamy Garlic Fettuccine

and The Original BBQ Chicken (free for Veteran’s), “legendary BBQ sauce, smoked gouda, red onions and cilantro” for our friend.

CPK BBQ Chicken Pizza

What I loved: The lemony tartness paired with the salty goodness of the Parmesan in the Asparagus +Arugula Salad.

CPK Asparagus & Arugula Salad

Why I loved it: A variety of Italian-inspired meals for everyone.  

CPK Veteran's Day Menu

Cost: Average to high ($12-$20 per main entrée)

CPK Veteran's Day Gratitude

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