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This nightclub located in downtown Seattle has the city's biggest dance floor, spinning music from both national and local DJs. It has state of the art sound and light effects. The feel in the club ranges from eclectic to ethereal. It has a classy VIP room which overlooks the dance floor from the balcony level. This club is ideal for 20 somethings who like clubbing on a huge scale. Friday and Saturday nights are really alive when the huge dance floor opens up for the party goers.
Sing until the wee hours in your own private karaoke room. Rooms hold at least eight people. Choose from thousands of songs in four languages on high-quality systems. Customers provide their own snacks and alcohol, but the establishment does sell soft drinks and blank tapes. Reservations are suggested, especially for later times and weekends.
Grim's is a newer entry to Seattle's bar and club scene, offering three floors of entertainment catering to almost every taste. Downstairs, Grim's original operation is still going strong, offering handcrafted cocktails and a limited menu of contemporary gourmet bar food. The Leather Saddle stands out as one of their more interesting cocktails, rye, benedictine, dry vermouth and orange bitters creating a hybrid between an Old Fashioned and a Manhattan. The decor consists of large reclaimed pieces such as long cafeteria tables sanded and varnished as well as wall paneling made from an old barn. Upstairs, the Butterfly Lounge awaits visitors seeking a more laid back experience, a wrap around plush couch dominating most of the space. Even further upstairs, The Woods provides not only a stylish (and appropriately wooden) interior, but a massive dance floor and DJs spinning everything from 80s to trance. An all-in-one destination for anybody seeking a cocktail and some company, Grim's is a must-stop destination in Capitol Hill.
Showbox SoDo, the latest addition to the Showbox family along side The Showbox at the Market, is famous for holding concerts for all age groups. Live music is played all year round in this 1,700 seat bar. The venue is available on rent for holding private parties or birthday bashes as well.
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.
Head to the Tractor Tavern for a fun time with great music and drinks in Seattle. This rustic bar is a popular hangout spot for the locals and tourists alike and is known for hosting several live music gigs regularly. Though the interiors exude an old world charm, they are well-facilitated with a stage and modern sound equipment that promise a great acoustic experience. Tap your feet to some amazing performances while you sip on enticing beverages offered on their menu.