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With bare tables graced with candles, and dim atmosphere enhanced by stars punched into the ceiling, this always-packed bar attracts a crowd of mainly young people. The loft gives an excellent sky-high vantage point. The tiny stage features top-notch soul, latin, jazz and blues artists and visiting DJs.
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.
The ultra-chic Q Nightclub is the ultimate spot in Capitol Hill to cut loose and dance to the mind-numbing electronic dance music churned out by the various DJ's. The club is housed inside a converted 12,000-square feet (1115-square meter) warehouse, and is comprised of private rooms, separate lounge area and a large dance floor. Dress casually, walk in with your friends in the evening, order a few premium cocktails and enjoy the onslaught of funk, disco, house music. The club attracts a lot of young and hip crowd. Call ahead or visit their website to know more.
Opened in 1993, this bar became a nightclub in 1998 by adding a dance floor, full bar and full menu. Here there's a typical bar atmosphere complete with pool tables, darts and pinball machines. The facility actually consists of four bars, two with DJs, and there's also a cafe and patio. The food is Cajun, and even when the kitchen is closed you can still order cold sandwiches and wraps.
Aston Manor is a full scale nightclub in SoDo, secretly housed in a backroom of sister establishment Maison Tavern. Centered around a fictitious character named Roy Aston, the alleged king of the Seattle bootlegging scene, this speakeasy-style bar opens up every Friday and Saturday to provide a place for dapper guys and flapper gals to tear up the hardwood dance floor. After hopping on their website and learning the daily password, guests enter this well-hidden watering hole through a secret entrance behind a bookshelf. The decor certainly matches the vibe of a 1920s bootlegging manor, dark wall paper and ornate couches and high backed chairs creating an air of underground elegance. Prohibition-era cocktails are the specialty of the house at Aston Manor, drinks like the Hanky Panky combining gin, sweet vermouth and fernet to create a deliciously floral quaff. Underground and unrestrained, Aston Manor is one of Seattle's most unique club experiences.