1. Trinity Nightclub111 Yesler Way, Seattle
2. Foundation Nightclub2218 Western Ave Ste 100, Seattle
3. Aston Manor Social Club and Maison Tavern2946 1st Ave S, Seattle
4. Re-Bar1114 Howell St, Seattle
5. Q Nightclub1426 Broadway, Seattle
6. Suite Restaurant and Lounge10500 NE 8th St, Bellevue
7. Last Supper Club124 S Washington St, Seattle
8. Rock Box1603 Nagle Pl, Seattle
This two-level boozy nightclub in the heart of Pioneer Square has multiple rooms, each with a different theme: from the blue room, to the card room, you're sure to find room for you and the girl you'll attempt to pick up there.
It's all EDM, all the time at this Belltown dance spot. It's been voted Seattle Weekly's Best Of Seattle 2013: Best Dance Club, and plays hosts to tons of guest DJs.
This massive nightclub and adjacent password-only speakeasy were inspired by an imaginary playboy descended from the "king of Seattle bootleggers".
Cabarets, burlesque shows, guest DJs, and musical performances abound at this dark, down-n-dirty, disco-ball-adorned dance spot in Belltown.
Q Nightclub boasts two bars, an elevated mezzanine, a unisex (!...?) bathroom, and a custom sound system, all of which the NYC nightlife-vet running the place has stuffed into a cavernous, century-old auto garage.
The leather and velvet adorned Suite Restaurant and Lounge offers signature cocktails and "VIP treatment", as well was small plate menu items like blue crab tostadas.
The Last Supper Club's got four bars on three different levels and is heralded as one of the premiere nightclubs on the west coast.
Love the idea of karaoke but too embarrassed to get up there and belt out a few tunes? No need to worry, Capitol Hill's Rock Box is the place for you. With rooms for groups anywhere from two-15 people, plus larger rooms that can seat 35, the space is inspired by the Japanese karaoke box tradition, in which customers can perform in private rooms while enjoying various drinks and small plates. Now you can stuff your face with duck fat popcorn while shouting along to Coldplay, which you would never dream of doing in public.