Top 5 Best Nightclubs in Seattle in 2021

The emerald city where the Space Needle is located, Seattle  is known for its lush vibrant greenery and as the birthplace of Starbucks has more to offer to its inhabitants than just the gorgeous nature, scenic views, and hipster ways. Seattle is a city with a varied and fairly laid-back nightlife scene. Sure, you probably won’t find thumping nightclubs around every corner, but we happen to know about everyone on the Puget Sound with a dance floor and DJ. Check out the hottest spots with Discotech.

Q

Try Q’s own line of flavor infused Vodka

Q is a state-of-the-art, 12,500 sq. ft. multilevel lounge and nightclub located in Seattle’s vibrant Capitol Hill neighborhood that sets a new standard for excellence by returning to the fundamentals of what makes a nightclub experience great: innovative interior design, groundbreaking sound and lighting, exceptional service, along with their unique twist on specialty drinks and cocktails, including the club’s own signature line of infused and flavored vodkas. The space was designed by Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, the AIA award-winning architect responsible for the iconic Apple Cube on New York’s Fifth Avenue, Pixar Studios Headquarters, and Seattle City Hall, to name a few. In addition, Q incorporates world-class audio-visual components as a part of its overall design, providing the most memorable experience for their patrons possible. These include a sound system by Funktion One from England, designed by Sound Investment AV, and a state-of-the-art lighting design by Steve Lieberman of the award-winning SJ Lighting in Los Angeles. Q is open four days a week, serving both as a lounge on weekdays and as a nightclub on weekends. This place provides just what you need whether you are seeking a relaxed atmosphere after work or a fun night of dancing.

Vue

Come and check out the view, it’s great

Vue Luxury Lounge is Chuck Wang’s newest nightlife destination concept and the venue is meant to be a space where a lux lounge, social club, art space, and music playroom all coexist. Walking inside the complex, it’s immediately apparent that Vue is different from anything else Seattle nightlife has to offer. Over a century ago, this Belltown building was a livery stable. By 1929 it became an automobile repair shop, remaining in operation until George Suyama purchased the building for his architectural office and showroom in 1995. Fast forward to November 2018 and this historic building became the gorgeous venue Vue Lounge. Featuring multiple rooms, private karaoke suites, and three full-service bars, the ornate venue brings life to Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood. The first entrance to Vue takes guests into the Hypebeast room, fully embodying the “lounge” aspect of the venue. Standing tables adorned with designer logos are aligned along the floor plan, while full-scale, floor-to-ceiling pop-art from local Seattle artist Charms Won adorns the entrance wall. It’s a room meant to draw you in the second you enter. Coupled with plush couches, a stylish crystal-clear DJ booth, and a one-of-a-kind LED drink fridge behind the bar, it’s hard not to be impressed. Vue’s second entrance leads you into the Liquor Room, sponsored by six separate liquor companies, each featuring their own specialty cocktail. Walk straight through either the Hypebeast or Liquor Room, and you’re plunged into the audio-visual masterwork that is Vue’s Main Room. Vue strives to separate itself from your run-of-the-mill nightclub, with the Main Room having all the bells and whistles of a high-end Vegas club. They have everything from the highest resolution TV in the city behind the towering DJ booth that overlooks the room, flanked by twin spiral staircases on either side, Tectonic Audio speakers, a rose wall that is perfect for photos, and a $5000 VIP booth for more personal experience. Finally, there is an official blackjack table near the stairs behind which the bespoke kitchen serves dishes made of home-grown ingredients and fresh local produce and is attached to a vintage wine bar.

Ora

Two floors and a awesome assortment of LED lights

Ora is a multilevel Venue with a view of Puget Sound, plush interior offering a unique nightlife experience. The first floor provides a very private and intimate atmosphere with a full bar, sound and lights. The main floor provides a huge bar with two dance floors, unique décor, and an LED DJ booth. Ora also comes equipped with amazing LED lights and a complete sound system for all types of entertainment. The venue often has many popular local and international artists playing there from Oliver Smith to Kristina Sky and Matt Lange.

Kremwerk

Massive dance floor party at Club Space
Underground electronic music venue

Kremwerk opened its doors in 2014 and has been the hub for the most eclectic and alternative drag programming along with progressive electronic music from around the globe. Kremwerk expanded and added an upstairs venue, Timbre Room, two years afterwards. Both spaces now offer a stage, DJ booth, and a bar each which are transformed depending on the party or event. Known for its excellent and eclectic live electronic sets, DJ nights, drag competitions, and queer artist showcases, Kremwerk is a futuristic bunker of a club, situated in a blue-tinted basement in

located in the Denny Triangle neighborhood in Seattle.

Baltic Room

Small but crowded dane floor at WALL Miami
House party vibes with different music each night

Heralded as Seattle’s most iconic nightclub, located at 1207 Pine Street in the Capitol Hill neighborhood, the Baltic Room has been bringing Seattle residents the best in music for the last sixteen years. With its stylish décor which plays a homage to the decadent mid-century cocktail lounges of London and Manhattan, the venue is a beautiful sight for the eyes to see. The mezzanine has gorgeous mohair booths, which overlooks the dance floor while the elegant cherry paneled walls and bar along with the glowing Lucite tables give it a very comfortable and classy nostalgic feel. The Baltic Room prides itself in being the only venue that consistently showcases all of the diverse genres of dance music and hosts the artists that define them. This intimate venue is the hub of cutting-edge music in Seattle. The Baltic Room consistently exceeds the standards of all other nightclubs in town by offering the best local and national DJs & live instrumentalists. Baltic Room has a weekly calendar of events for its patrons. Mondays are meant for Reggae, while Tuesdays are devoted to Drum & Bass and Thursdays revolutionize Space twerk. Finally, Fridays and Saturdays play Hip-Hop and Sundays explore a Goth sound. They host top-shelf DJs and occasional live acts with superb sound, an intimate dance floor, and plenty of seating room. The place is swank without being stuffy, and when the dance floor fills up it feels more like a house party than a nightclub.


Seattle Nightclubs FAQ

What are the hottest clubs in Seattle?

Ora, Baltic Room, Vue, Q, and Kremwerk are some of the hottest clubs in Seattle.

What are the best music festivals in Seattle?

One of the world’s most gorge(ous) music festivals is located 1.5-2 hours away from Seattle – The Gorge. Here you’ll find annual festivals such as Paradiso, Watershed, Above and Beyond Group Therapy, and more. Other festivals near seattle include Lucky, Summer Meltdown, Bumbershoot, and Capitol Hill Block Party.

What part of Seattle has the best nightlife?

Belltown (just north of the center of downtown) and Pioneer Square (just south of the center of downtown) have concentrations of bars plus live music and clubs (DJ/dance). Capitol Hill (just across I-5 from the heart of downtown also has many bars plus live music and DJ/dance clubs.

What are the best gay clubs/bars in Seattle?

As one of the most gay-friendly cities in the U.S., paring down Seattle’s gay bars to the best ones is not an easy task. From lounges to clubs to more traditional bars, there is a lot to choose from, especially on Capitol Hill. Some of the best gay friendly venues in Seattle include Pony, Diesel, Neighbors, The Cuff Complex, Purr, Crescent Lounge, Madison Pub, and Wildrose.

What time is last call in Seattle?

Last call in Seattle is 2 AM.

What time do clubs close in Seattle?

Most clubs and bars close around 2 AM.

Is weed legal in Seattle?

Yes – under Washington State law, anyone 21 and older can legally purchase weed from a licensed store. 

What are the best places to go day drinking in Seattle?

The best spots for day drinking include: The Spots, Bottlehouse, Citizen Cafe, Stoup Brewing, King’s Hardware, Old Stove Brewing Company

What are the best EDM clubs in Seattle?

Kremwerk, Ora, Monkey Loft, and Underground.

What are the best after hours spots in Seattle?

Seattle isn’t really a city that is known for afterhours parties.

What time do Seattle Nightclubs typically open?

The nightclubs open around 10 PM.

What time do Seattle Nightclubs typically close?

Most close at around 2 AM.

What is the dress code like at Seattle Nightclubs?

Guys can wear nice jeans and a form fitting plain t-shirt or a nice button down shirt. Girls can wear jeans or a comfortable but stylish dress if they prefer. Of course guys and girls can never go wrong with dressing up even more – there is no such thing as overdressing when it comes to nightclubs.

How can I book bottle service for Seattle Nightclubs?

You can book table service using our free mobile app. Or, if you’re on desktop you can use our webapp.

How much is bottle service at Seattle Nightclubs?

Table minimums can get pretty expensive, but every venue is different. The best way to find out is to use our app.