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The best in urban recreation, arts and culture, sports, dining and shopping is just outside our front doors in downtown Seattle. Outdoor activities abound both in and around the city, including biking, hiking, skiing, boating and whale watching and many more. Seattle is a city with a strong culture of the arts, offering symphony, opera, ballet and professional theatre.

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A thriving music scene exists here, with local and national acts playing in small clubs and major event venues. Seattle also hosts national sports teams, including football, baseball, soccer and women’s basketball.

The city offers an array of annual events that are locally and nationally appealing, drawing huge crowds year after year. The Boat Show, Bite of Seattle, Seafair Festival, Pride Parade, Bumbershoot music festival, Northwest Folklife Festival and numerous film festivals are a tribute to Seattle’s cultural diversity.

Foodies and casual diners alike will delight in Seattle’s culinary offerings. Waterfront dining, informal bistros, historic restaurants, stall vendors at Pike Place Market and the mobile truck trend have all contributed to a city known for excellent cuisine and memorable dining experiences. Award-winning chefs and restaurants abound in each of the city’s distinctive neighborhoods.

We look forward to welcoming you to Seattle! You may find the following resources helpful as you plan your stay.

Guide - Nightlife - Bars

Alibi Room

85 Pike St, #410 at Post Alley, Seattle, WA 98101 206-623-3180

Description: DOWNTOWN. A popular restaurant by day, the Alibi Room really comes alive at night. Owned by a group of filmmakers, the club works to support independent films and their creators, by fostering an artistic dialogue among patrons and making scripts available for public perusal. If that's a bit heavy for you, just come and dance to the mixed rhythms of rotating DJs or enjoy one of their specialty vodka drinks. You'll also find live music from time to time, along with a great wine list and tasty appetizers. A real local favorite, Alibi plays host to everyone from the eccentric to the street smart.
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1510 11th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122 206-325-8263

Description: CAPITOL HILL. Featuring more than two-dozen draught beers, over 70 vodkas, and an impressive selection of wine, this upscale bar is the preferred watering hole for many of Capitol Hill's more fashion-conscious movers and shakers. The decor bears a bit of a Mediterranean lilt, with a long, wavy bar, shrimp-hued walls, and funky blue balconies dominating the scene. Lounge areas in the front in the back offer comfortable settings for catching up with old friends, and theme nights offer excellent opportunities for making new acquaintances.
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Belltown Billiards & Lounge

90 Blanchard St, Seattle, WA 98121 206-420-3146

Description: BELLTOWN. Up for a game of eight-ball and a martini? This upscale pool hall gives you the chance to show off your moves and perhaps score a few bucks from the guys at work. You can also demonstrate moves on the dance floor, thanks to DJs and live bands who perform regularly. Although the place is 21-and-up after 9pm, sometimes groups just skirt that limit. So, be prepared for a little rambunctiousness from time to time. Drinks are of a good quality, from beer to wine, and Belltown also offers a primarily Mediterranean menu when you want something to eat. Women never have to pay a cover charge.
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Black Bottle

2600 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 206-441-1500

Description: BELLTOWN. Upscale, contemporary digs and an interesting variety of wines, beers and cocktails give this bar instant appeal. Specializing in shared plates, the menu offers plenty of choices, from grilled lamb and sumac hummus to roasted tomato and spinach flatbread to ceviche mahi mahi.
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Boom Noodle

1121 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122 206-701-9130

Description: CAPITOL HILL. Featuring sleek communal tables and a spacious bar, this Asian-inspired eatery's a popular place to mingle. Guests may choose from a variety of tempting noodle dishes, like chilled sesame ramen, seafood curry udon and mushroom soba, and small plates, from edamame to salmon tataki, are tasty, too. Beer, wine, sake and cocktails are available.
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Fadó Irish Pub

801 1st Ave, Pioneer Square, Seattle, WA 98104 206-264-2700

Description: DOWNTOWN. This character-laden hotspot offers authentic Irish pub atmosphere with food, drink, and entertainment to match. Inside, you'll find quintessential dark-wood bar areas, cozy nooks, and plenty of "pub" ambiance. The place tends to get packed quickly after the sun goes down, and many nights, Fadó features live music ­ dancing is always encouraged ­ as well as special events to celebrate soccer (football!) matches. To mark your visit, stop by the gift shop and pick up a few things Irish. And remember to arrive early to snag a table and avoid a cover charge (which is cash-only).
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FX McRory's

419 Occidental Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 206-623-4800

Description: PIONEER SQUARE. Billing itself as a steak, chop, and oyster house, McRory's is also popular with sports fans, given its vicinity to Safeco Field and the football stadium. The establishment consists of both a bar and restaurant, both of which serve a variety of beers (including microbrews) and some pretty good steaks. Dark woods surround patrons at the bar, which boasts four TVs to ensure that you never miss a game. The restaurant menu is available in the bar, and you can also get fresh oysters, both steamed and raw. A full bar guarantees that you have any beverage you desire, and you can partake inside or on the outside deck. Plus, the bar typically closes an hour later than the restaurant serves food. Great for groups.
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1130 Broadway Ave, Seattle, WA 98102 206-322-2296

Description: CAPITOL HILL. Although the name alludes to the building's original usage as an auto repair garage, renovations have maintained the industrial appeal while incorporating chrome and vinyl accents. Garage is home to a bar, restaurant, pool hall, and bowling alley frequented by a youngish crowd and fledgling musicians (not surprising since one of the club's partners is Pearl Jam's Mike McCready). It's a bit pricey compared to other pool halls, but the atmosphere goes a long way to recommend it. The food is globally influenced, as are beverages. Bowling lanes and pool tables are priced by the hour.
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Lava Lounge

2226 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 206-441-5660

Description: BELLTOWN. Tiki torches, shuffleboard, Hawaiian wood masks, and a Miss Pac Man ­ this South Pacific-themed bar definitely appeals to those area 20-somethings who are yearning for a tropical atmosphere and other fashionably clad bodies to warm up to. A good place to meet up after work, Lava earns high praise for its low happy hour prices. As the night wears on, the DJ du jour steps to the forefront to spin the latest alternative, country, and R&B tunes and work the crowd into a frenzy. Live music is also featured from time to time. Outdoor seating is available when the weather's nice.
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405 Olive Way, Mayflower Park Hotel, Seattle, WA 98101 206-623-8700

Description: DOWNTOWN. An elegant alternative to louder, more high-profile watering holes, this quintessential hotel bar offers an upscale scene complete with a waitstaff dressed to the nines, European-inspired decor, and some of the Sound's best cocktails. A Seattle standard since the mid-'70s, Oliver's has won numerous accolades for its classic martinis. Add in an eclectic lunch menu with the likes of a panini misto sandwich (portabellas, grilled eggplant, and roasted peppers) and Dungeness crab cakes with paprika-parmesan fries, and it's little wonder that Oliver's is such a closely guarded secret of downtown's well-heeled crowd.
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Quinn's Pub

1001 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122 206-325-7711

Description: CAPITOL HILL. Dark wood accents, floor-to-ceiling windows and a comfortable bar distinguish the interior of this striking two-level space. Sibling to Restaurant Zoe, the pub delivers interesting beers and scrumptious gourmet cooking in a casual atmosphere. Try a wagyu beef burger with cheddar, bacon and fries or an order of tasty fish and chips.
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Tap House Grill

1506 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 206-816-3314

Description: DOWNTOWN. Beer connoisseurs sit at the long curving bar of this swanky establishment and marvel at its 160 varieties on tap. You'll also find a fun selection of cocktails and martinis, along with 20 wines available by the glass. At happy hour, folks nibble on Santa Fe beef wontons, popcorn shrimp and sushi rolls. The dinner menu features steaks, seafood, sandwiches and pastas.
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The Central Saloon

207 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 206-622-0209

Description: PIONEER SQUARE & INT'L DISTRICT. Established in 1892, the historic Central Saloon stands as the Seattle area's oldest watering hole, its antique green front facade likely looking much as did back in the "Skid Row" days, when Pioneer Square was an area of ill-repute. Today's clientele is distinctly more upscale than that of 1901, and you'll likely find a wide range of people saddled up at the old bar, enjoying everything from PBR to Red Hook. The Saloon features live bands nightly, usually a local or regional talent, and also participates in the Pioneer Square Joint Cover, which allows patrons pay one base cover charge for entry into a handful of Pioneer Square nightspots.
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The Saint

1416 E Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98122 206-323-9922

Description: CAPITOL HILL. Boasting an extensive selection of tequilas, this intimate bar offers a refined presentation of Mexican food and drink.
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Tini Bigs Lounge

100 Denny Way, at 1st Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 206-284-0931

Description: BELLTOWN. This casual joint with retro styling is one of Seattle's best places to score a perfectly mixed martini. Although the place can get crowded, you'll find a cool contingent of patrons ready to increase their beverage repertoire. Martinis, served with vodka or gin, come in a 10-oz. glass and in a variety of formulations. Choose from the Feng Shui martini, the Mexi-Tini, the Flir-Tini, or a host of others. If you're particular about your drink, they're happy to craft something to your specifications. You'll also find a good selection of single malt scotches and a menu of creative sandwiches and appetizers to help combat the effects of the alcohol.
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624 Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98101 206-623-3325

Description: DOWNTOWN. Relocated and reinvented in 2012, Vessel is all about the craft of making the finest cocktails. The new digs feature a 24-foot-long wooden bar so the rotating cast of 25 bartenders can ply their trade with maximum efficiency. From the street passersby marvel at the work going on in the \"Lab,\" which houses the Cinebell machine, an ice maker that produces 300 pound blocks of pristine ice, which are carved with a chainsaw, then a band saw, and so end up in your expertly crafted cocktail.
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Victory Lounge

433 Eastlake Ave E, Seattle, WA 98109 206-382-4467

Description: EASTLAKE. Meet locals at this classy bar, where folks chat over cocktails, shoot pool, and catch the latest sports coverage. A large deck helps accommodate crowds, and the excellent fare ranges from paninis to Polish sausages to chili.
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Virginia Inn

1937 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 206-728-1937

Description: DOWNTOWN. Boasting great atmosphere and terrific local brews, this favorite haunt of young Pike Place-area professionals enjoys a primo corner location. Works by local artists add an intriguing touch to the interior, which is otherwise cozy and pub-like. The bar is usually populated with an eclectic mix of people drinking everything from wine and cocktails to domestic, imported, and locally-brewed beers.
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World's Sports Grille

731 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 206-223-0300

Description: LAKE UNION. This 24,000-square-foot, two floor complex houses a wide variety of entertainment possibilities, including pool, video games, darts, karaoke, dancing, and ping pong. Sports fans especially relish the 27 TVs (nine of them are 60-inchers), which make Wold's Sports Grille a fun spot to catch the game with friends. In addition, two restaurants and a fifty-foot bar ensure that you're bound to find something to suit your appetite, even if it's just a burger and a beer.
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Zig Zag Cafe

1501 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 206-625-1146

Description: DOWNTOWN. Attentive service, awesome drinks and an appealing outdoor patio draw visitors to this intimate cocktail bar. Serving a late-night menu of salads, sandwiches, flatbread house pie and seafood until 1am, it's a popular place to hang out with an eclectic crowd of all ages who enjoy good food, drinks and fun.
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