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Probably one of the most uber chic gay bars in Seattle is the Seattle Eagle. The place has theme specials and many events throughout the month to keep the audiences entertained. The ambiance is classy and hip with neon lights, a dance floor and an event area. The bar is a great place to grab a drink and have a conversation with someone. The crowd is very casual and cool and in tandem with the quality of this place.
One of Seattle's hottest gay bars, R Place serves up the good times. There are three levels here: first level has a bar area, second has some games like pool and darts, and the third level is where the real party is at (break out those killer dance moves). Music is mostly top 40's and the atmosphere is friendly and inclusive. If you're looking for strong drinks, groovy beats and parades of folks getting down on the dance floor, R Place won't disappoint.
This dimly lit joint, located on Broadway, predates the Australian television show of the same name by a good many years. Step in, and you're bound to find an eclectic mix of people; divas, DJs, drag queens, you name it. The club boasts of being one of the longest running GLBT nightclubs in the city, and going by its popularity, it doesn't look like that's going to change anytime soon. Expectedly, the clientele is by and large gay, but everyone is welcome here for a good time. Dance floor remains perennially packed and the music is predominantly dance, usually Top 40 or disco. Regularly host to some great acts and live performances, Neighbours is most certainly one of the best GLBT nightclubs in the city.
The fun at Wildrose just never ends. A popular lesbian joint, Wildrose generally has a young crowd that fills this place up every day of the week for their special events like karaoke sessions, live performances and nights when the brews and Bloody Mary's just keep flowing. The menu is filled with tasty food like burgers, pizzas and even tacos. The pool tables add to the laid-back vibe of this place. If you are looking for a new place to chill and spend some time with your friends, head to Wildrose and get ready for a memorable time.
Located in Central District, Pony is a LGBT dive bar which serves pints, and pitchers of strong pours and features a great year-round outdoor patio with a fire pit and retractable roof. This bar is certainly not for the meek or the under-aged, as the walls are splattered with explicit content. This divey-piece-of-goodness is equipped with a dance floor and the DJ plays great tunes while also letting you gulp down decently priced drinks.
Madison Pub is a peppy hangout spot in Seattle. A gay-friendly bar, it hosts quiz nights, pool games, and screenings of sporting events. Friendly bartenders concoct tasteful drinks, and patrons can pick from a range of beers, cocktails, and wines. They also have a dartboard and other gaming equipment. A dance floor, a jukebox, and some catchy music are what define a good night at this pub.
C.C. Attle's is a popular gay bar in the Capitol Hill area of Seattle. Ideal for an outing with a group of friends, the bar has a casual vibe and energetic service. Their range of special events are extremely popular in the neighborhood. Food options are also many, with options like pot roast and ham steak being great choices if you're really hungry. Try the hot sandwiches, half pound burgers, or bar snacks if you're in there for long. Check website for more details.
This friendly, neighborhood bar charms its patrons with an unpretentious attitude and friendly service. Offering a comfortable atmosphere and inexpensive drinks, Changes has created a fan base in the neighborhood. Happy-hour and karaoke nights are extremely popular among the locals here, and they also offer dart and pool for their customers. There is a special event on almost all days of the week at Changes. Visit this local watering hole for a great cocktail and relax with friends.