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Bars en nachtleven in Seattle

Beste bars

Bar
“Famous quirky circus themed bar with foodie food and hilarious drink names. Definitely worth checking out for a drink or two.”
  • Door 98 locals aangeraden
Vietnamese Restaurant
“One our favorite go-to places for a delicious casual meal: breakfast/lunch/brunch/dinner.”
  • Door 132 locals aangeraden
Visrestaurant
“Arguably the best oyster bar in Seattle, your taste buds will be as delighted by the food as you are by the service”
  • Door 148 locals aangeraden
Brewery
“The Original North Seattle Micro brewery. This place has one of the best beer gardens in the Northwest. ”
  • Door 151 locals aangeraden
Italiaans restaurant
“Italian restaurant with burlesque shows & trapeze entertainment plus terrace with Elliott Bay views.”
  • Door 98 locals aangeraden
Hawaiian Restaurant
“Great view of the city while enjoying Korean fusion tacos. The drink line is a lot shorter than food only line”
  • Door 137 locals aangeraden
Movie Theater
“biggest movie theater in Seattle. Get the mixed popcorn with chocolate and some cupcake royal and a cherry coke”
  • Door 95 locals aangeraden
Cajun / Creole Restaurant
“Hip hot spot near Seattle Center featuring a huge menu filled with Cajun-Creole inspired cuisine. Great for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, or just pop in for a drink at the bar. Check out their 1/2 price breakfast happy hour Monday through Friday.”
  • Door 99 locals aangeraden

Nachtclubs

Vietnamese Restaurant
“One our favorite go-to places for a delicious casual meal: breakfast/lunch/brunch/dinner.”
  • Door 132 locals aangeraden
Nightclub
“Neumos brings in the best up and coming bands in Indie, progressive rock and sometimes EDM. In its many incarnations, Neumos (known formerly as Mo's and Arospace) has seen the likes of just about every huge Seattle band from the 80s on. ”
  • Door 80 locals aangeraden
Lounge
“A jazz club in Columbia City, it has live music 7 nights a week, check their calendar!”
  • Door 67 locals aangeraden
Speakeasy
“The Pioneer Inn and Tavern Law legalized drinking in public bars and saloons. The Golden Age of cocktails thrived for nearly a century until the 1919 Volstead Act almost destroyed the craft of the American bartender by outlawing the production and pleasure of alcoholic beverages. However, in hidden rooms and dark basements, thirsty patrons still sought spirits. And so the Speakeasy was born, booming until the repeal of Prohibition in 1933. Nearly another century after Prohibition’s repeal, left only with fond memories and old bar manuals, the art of mixing drinks is alive today thanks to the efforts of dedicated bartenders, historians and drinkers alike. It’s because of their diligence and passion that the pleasures of artfully crafted cocktails, fine wine and masterfully prepared food has kept the spirits of the night dancing on our tongues and in our hearts. Welcome to the celebration of our history. ”
  • Door 60 locals aangeraden
Jazz Club
“A downtown jazz club that has all the accoutrements with its round booths, candlelit, decent food, and a big stage.”
  • Door 43 locals aangeraden
Music Venue
“Short trip downtown. Walk or take the bus (route 11 or 12). Free music, nightly in their “musiquarium” ”
  • Door 61 locals aangeraden
Lounge
“Nice cozy bar with couches, a huge cocktail list, and sushi. And the sushi is actually quite good.”
  • Door 70 locals aangeraden
Cocktailbar
“Small place but they make great cocktails, In Capitol Hill with a Top Pot Donuts right next door!!”
  • Door 48 locals aangeraden

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Performing Arts Venue
“This is the largest concert and Broadway show venue downtown. Official Description from Seattle Theater Group "The Paramount Theatre is a 2,807-seat performing arts venue located at 9th Avenue and Pine Street in Seattle, Washington. The theater originally opened March 1, 1928 as the Seattle Theatre with 3,000 seats, and was placed on the National Register of Historic Places on October 9, 1974"”
  • Door 53 locals aangeraden
Nightclub
“Neumos brings in the best up and coming bands in Indie, progressive rock and sometimes EDM. In its many incarnations, Neumos (known formerly as Mo's and Arospace) has seen the likes of just about every huge Seattle band from the 80s on. ”
  • Door 80 locals aangeraden
Rock Club
“The Tractor Tavern is a Ballard classic. Featuring music nearly every night, inexpensive beer, and the only Monday night square dancing you’ll find with open doors each and every week. ”
  • Door 95 locals aangeraden
Lounge
“A jazz club in Columbia City, it has live music 7 nights a week, check their calendar!”
  • Door 67 locals aangeraden
Rock Club
“Seattle icon, featuring fantastic music. Check the schedule and see who is in town! ”
  • Door 45 locals aangeraden
Jazz Club
“A downtown jazz club that has all the accoutrements with its round booths, candlelit, decent food, and a big stage.”
  • Door 43 locals aangeraden
Music Venue
“Short trip downtown. Walk or take the bus (route 11 or 12). Free music, nightly in their “musiquarium” ”
  • Door 61 locals aangeraden
Music Venue
“Built in 1917, this ex-vaudeville theater hosts acts from a range of genres.”
  • Door 51 locals aangeraden