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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.

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Guide - Nightlife - Live Music

Chop Suey

1325 E Madison St, at 14th St, Seattle, WA 98122 206-324-8005

Description: CAPITOL HILL. This trendy nightspot features a dizzying array of live music and DJ-led dance parties each week. True to its name, the bar sports a Far East motif that includes black-and-white action photos of Bruce Lee, a smiling bronze Buddha overlooking the bar, and pagoda-style accents adorning the ceiling. Side note: Keep your eyes peeled for Chop Suey's ingenious event posters hanging around town ­ they're something of a local legend. Hours vary every week depending on who's playing. Doors usually open around 8pm, but call ahead.
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Conor Byrne Pub

5140 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 206-784-3640

Description: FREMONT. An authentic Irish pub in the Ballard area, Conor Byrne offers patrons a cozy setting in which to enjoy a pint of stout and a bit of live music, be it traditional Irish, jazz, folk, or bluegrass. While elegant chandeliers softly light the beautiful mahogany bar, the pub's exposed brick walls are adorned with various pieces of local artwork and several pieces of Irish-related memorabilia.
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Dimitriou's Jazz Alley

2033 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 206-441-9729

Description: DOWNTOWN. This local institution is the place for true jazz lovers, and the "best of" awards it's garnered are proof of its quality and longevity. The elegant club offers specially created artwork and first-rate lighting and sound systems. Patrons dress for the evening, and many of them dine in the club's restaurant before they partake of the musical entertainment, which includes two sets nightly. A full service bar makes sure that you'll have a cocktail or glass of wine to add to the mellow atmosphere. Some of jazz's best talents have played here (Tito Puente, Branford Marsalis, Diane Schuur, and Cleo Laine), and aficionados always make the Alley a West Coast stop.
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El Corazon

109 Eastlake Ave E, Seattle, WA 98109 206-262-0482

Description: CAPITOL HILL. El Corazon books local and national bands in every rock genre ­ punk, metal, indie, math, emo, goth ­ plus the occasional hip-hop or electronica band. Hours vary, but the club is usually open every day from about 6:30pm. Some shows are all ages ­ check the website for details.
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Forecasters Public House

14300 NE 145th St, Redhook Ale Brewery, Woodinville, WA 98072 425-483-3232

Description: WOODINVILLE. If you're in the mood for evening entertainment that's more about sociability than trendiness, head to Forecasters. The engaging brewpub offers lots of possibilities, from munching grilled lime-and-cilantro prawns or juicy burgers to sharing a few brews with friends. On Friday, stand-up comedians get folks laughing, and on Saturday, live bands play to receptive crowds, regaling them with blues, acoustic rock, and more. Outside dining is available during warm weather, and Forecasters also has a beer garden ­ a great place for indulging in their tasty formulations.
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Kells Irish Restaurant & Pub

1916 Post Alley, Pike Place Market, Seattle, WA 98101 206-728-1916

Description: DOWNTOWN. If you're around Pike Place Market, you'll definitely want to ferret out Kells, whose location can seem nearly hidden. The authentic Irish pub offers traditional decor and distinct areas for dining and drinking. Draft beers include Harp and Carlsberg, and you'll also find ever-popular Guinness and a host of Seattle microbrews, plus single malt scotches. The menu boasts favorites like shepherd's pie, Irish stew, roast, and pasties, along with a few American standards. Live Irish music every night adds to the pub's appeal, and there's even an outdoor patio where you can people-watch and relax.
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Little Red Hen

7115 Woodlawn Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115 206-522-1168

Description: NORTH METRO. Seattle's not just about grunge anymore, and Little Red Hen is a perfect example of why. Here, you can dance, you can sing and you can listen to live country music every day of the week. There are free country dance lessons, and for nights when a band isn't booked, you can always show off your chops by stepping on stage for karaoke.
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Molly Maguire's

610 NW 65th St, Seattle, WA 98117 206-789-9643

Description: BALLARD. With a friendly clientele that includes tourists, blue collar folks, young professionals, and occasional students, Molly's may seem more like a family reunion at times than a bar full of complete strangers. Here things are as they should be: the Guinness pours rich and dark while tenors sing the praises of fair Irish women ­ and that's just on Wednesday nights! In addition to live music, Molly's sponsors pool tournaments and trivia nights. A traditional pub menu is available, and a full Irish breakfast is served every Sunday.
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Mona's Bistro & Lounge

6421 Latona Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98115 206-526-1188

Description: GREEN LAKE. A quiet gathering spot for after-work drinks, this cozy bistro has earned quite a reputation as a date place, so plan to impress someone special with a candle-lit table overlooking Green Lake and superb Mediterranean-Italian fare. Patrons in the sleek bar can enjoy expertly mixed cocktails, as well as a full array of tapas ­ a great prelude to a bottle of port shared among friends. From Wednesday till Saturday, live jazz or spinning DJs add to the distinctly uptown air.
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Neumo's

925 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122 206-709-9467

Description: CAPITOL HILL. This music club hosts awesome punk and indie-rock concerts and has attracted bands like Black Mountain, Vampire Weekend, Buckethead and The Reconteurs. The digs accomodate 800 fans, mostly with standing space, but three bars and balcony seating are available, too.
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New Orleans Creole Restaurant

114 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 206-622-2563

Description: PIONEER SQUARE. Thanks to healthy doses of French Quarter charm, Big Easy-style cooking, and terrific live music, this establishment ably pleases, and its relatively close proximity to the city's main sporting venues gives it added appeal on game days. A schedule of regional jazz, blues, zydeco and Dixieland bands is occasionally complemented by national acts. And since the stage is right in the center of the dining room, there's really not a bad seat in the house. The wide-ranging menu features Creole and Cajun specialties. New Orleans is also a participant in the neighborhood's "joint cover" nights ­ when a cover charge is paid at one club, admission is granted at ten other Pioneer Square clubs.
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Owl 'n Thistle Irish Pub

808 Post Ave, Seattle, WA 98104 206-621-7777

Description: DOWNTOWN. Unassuming and unpretentious, this Irish pub offers laid-back ambience for its cast of regulars and for first-timers who drop in. The menu makes available Emerald Isle classics like fish and chips, Guinness beef stew, and shepherd's pie; the bar offers Guinness, Harp, and local microbrews. Nightly music performances include sets by the pub's house band and by other local talents as well. The back room features a pool table and jukebox, and you'll also find a big-screen TV that broadcasts the best sports events of the day.
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Re-bar

1114 Howell St, Seattle, WA 98101 206-233-9873

Description: BELLTOWN. Dim and atmospheric, this venue presents entertainment in a variety of guises. Most frequently, the place is a dance club, spinning hip-hop and disco from its repertoire of musical genres. At other times, Re-bar hosts theater performances; notable productions try to expand cultural ground, and some put a contemporary ­ and often gay ­ spin on classic works. From time to time, you'll also find live bands playing. The crowd is a diverse mix of gay, straight, lesbian, and artistic types who are certain to provide a fresh atmosphere and a cool combination of fun.
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SeaMonster Lounge

2202 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103 206-992-1120

Description: WALLINGFORD. An eclectic lounge hides behind this unassuming storefront. Featuring live music almost every night of the week, it promises a unique mix of jazz, soul, R&B, and blues. DJs fill the gaps on off-nights. With a fairly small stage, the club delivers an intimate listening experience and a chance to connect with performers. A limited but solid menu, helpful servers, and well-poured drinks increase the attractiveness of this neighborhood gem.
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Showbox at the Market

1426 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 206-628-3151

Description: DOWNTOWN. Although it's experienced a variety of incarnations, the Showbox today is a must-visit place to catch touring bands. Amid Art Deco columns, young and hip crowds clamor to hear and see their favorite groups. There's even a dance floor for them to show off their moves if the spirit strikes. Plus, several bars accommodate patrons with a good menu of libations. If hunger strikes, check out the Green Room for some Mexican-inspired pub grub. DJs play when bands aren't booked.
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Skylark Cafe & Club

3803 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, WA 98126 206-935-2111

Description: WEST SEATTLE. Providing a hip hangout, this trendy venue features open-mic night on Wednesday and three acts each on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. You'll hear a variety of styles, ranging from alternative rock to emo, punk to power pop, and everything sounds especially good when there's never a cover. Bonuses are an innovative cocktail menu, a respectable selection of draft beers, and a menu packed with made-from-scratch comfort foods like chicken-fried steak and mac and cheese. Come on Sunday for a mouthwatering brunch.
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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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Tractor Tavern

5213 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 206-789-3599

Description: BALLARD. Known locally as the "Double T," this nightspot features a smorgasbord of American music on a weekly basis, and performances range from zydeco, bluegrass, and country to rock, folk, and jazz. In addition to great live music, the Tractor also offers tasty, down-home cooking, including BBQ. Completing the distinctly American scene are walls decorated with old tractor parts and farming implements. Past acts have included John Wesley Harding, Kristin Hersh, J Mascis, Victoria Williams, and the Austin Lounge Lizards. Cash only at the door; Visa and Mastercard accepted at the bar.
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Tula's Restaurant & Jazz Club

2214 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 206-443-4221

Description: BELLTOWN. It's all about the jazz at this trendy Belltown classic, where the management brings in an impressive mix of regional and national talent to perform for its fashion-conscious clientele. The non-descript storefront appears to hide little more than your normal downtown beer den, but inside you'll find a cool scene that even a hipster from Chicago's Northside would find easy on the eye and ear. In addition, delicious Northwest pub-grub is available, including pastas, burgers, and salads, as well as cod fish and chips, and an unforgettable clam strip dinner.
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