Welcome to the Seattle - Entertainment.com Nightclub section. Here you will find Seattle Nightclub images, maps, dress code tips, bottle service information. Everything you need to plan the perfect night out.
807 1st Avenue, Seattle,
Happy hour at contour happens monday through thursday from 3pm to 8pm, friday from 3 to 9, and saturday/sunday from 2 to 8. we feature one of the most unique and varied happy hour food menus in the city, alongside our exclusive collection of spirits - including local beers and wines and house-made infused liquor.
1426 1st Ave, Seattle,
Founded in 1939, Seattle's beautiful art-deco gem now known as Showbox at the Market is one of the town's very few extant entertainment venues that can lay claim to having provided local music fans such an astonishing breadth of music over the decades. From the Jazz Age to the Grunge Era, the storied ballroom has featured shows by touring icons such as Duke Ellington, Muddy Waters and the Ramones.
1516 2nd Avenue Seattle, Seattle,
Noc Noc is candlelit and slightly sinister, like a Spanish pirate's hideout. Owner Jesus serves benevolence, strong cocktails, and cheap beer from behind the bar. The laid-back happy-hour hangout transforms after dark and into a throbbing dance club. You'll find a DJ and a welcoming dance floor after 9 pm every night, and Tuesday's ’80s dance party is a mixed-crowd pleaser.
216 Union St, Seattle, Washington
Located in downtown Seattle, across from Benaroya Hall on Union Street, The Triple Door combines world-class entertainment, the award-winning food and wine of Wild Ginger, and an outstanding selection of cocktails, beer and spirits. Our Mainstage theatre features national and international touring acts. Our Musicquarium Lounge features an eclectic assortment of live music, and never charges a cover.
507 15th Ave E, Seattle, Washington
2311 NW Market St, Seattle, Washington
206 5th Ave N, Seattle, Washington
412 N 36th St, Seattle, Washington
321 Broadway E, Seattle, Washington
1356 E Olive Way, Seattle, Washington