• Century Ballroom

    Located in the historic Odd Fellows building, Century Ballroom’s vintage locale perfectly suites its mission, to keep ballroom and social dancing a thriving part of the Seattle nightlife scene. If the venue’s popularity is any indicator, the mission is succeeding. The elaborately renovated ballroom space — with a 2,000-square-foot dance Read more [...]

  • Trinity Nightclub

    Three nightlife experiences in one, Trinity caters to those clubgoers always looking for something new. The most action can be found in the Main Room, which features a spacious dance floor, state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems and a DJ booth constructed from a pulpit. Relax with a cocktail and tasty Read more [...]

  • Aston Manor

    Aston Manor is the place where the liquor runs pure and the entertainment is decidedly not. We cater to a smart dressed 21+ crowd every Friday & Saturday evening at 10pm. We bring in some of the nation’s best talent to spin an eclectic mix of Top 40, EDM, and Read more [...]

  • Q Nightclub

    Q NightclubQ is a state-of-the-art, 12,500 sq. ft. multilevel lounge and nightclub located in Seattleā€™s vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood. Setting a new standard for excellence by returning to the fundamentals of what makes a nightclub experience great, Q focuses on innovative interior design, groundbreaking sound and lighting, exceptional service, and Read more [...]

  • The Triple Door

    The historic Mann building that houses The Triple Door was originally home to the Embassy Theatre, a vaudeville house that opened in 1926. Built by the Mann and Gallatly families from Wenatchee, the theatre quickly transitioned to films as public tastes began to change in the late 1920s.