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 every one on the Puget Sound with a dance floor and DJ. Check out the hottest spots on Discotech.
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, and our twist on specialty drinks and cocktails, including the club’s own signature line of infused and flavored vodkas. Whether you are seeking a relaxed atmosphere after work or a fun night of dancing, you will be able find it at Q.
Come and check out the view, it’s great
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, three full service bars, state of the art lighting, sound, and a colossal LED screen display, the ornate venue brings life to Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood.
Two floors and a awesome assortment of LED lights
Ora is a multilevel Venue with the view of Puget Sound, plush interior offering a unique nightlife experience. The first floor provides a very private and intimate atmosphere with full bar, sound and lights. The main floor provides huge bar with two dance floors, unique décor, led dj booth. Ora is Equipped with amazing led lights and complete sound system for all types of entertainment.
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 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.
House party vibes with different music each night
Baltic Room has a weekly calendar of events for its patrons. Mondays are reggae, Tuesdays are drum & bass, Thursdays are Spacetwerk, Fridays and Saturdays are hip hop, and Sundays are goth. 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 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?
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.