120 College St. SE , Lacey, WA, US, 98503
- Phone: (360) 493-1991
- Fax: (360) 528-8092
There's nothing religious about EMP Sky Church, though hard-core music fans will beg to differ. One can experience it all here - blues, jazz, hip-hop, funk, punk, country and rock n' roll, to name a few. Special events include live performances, as well as exhibitions that delve into musical history. The 140,000 square foot building is designed with exhibits and artifacts that lose its patrons in the world of rhythm and melody. There's always something going on here and even the musically disinclined will leave the place feeling touched in some way. Come, strike a chord!
One of the oldest Punk bars in the Seattle, the Funhouse is the place to be for all you rock and punk lovers. A rather small establishment it is a stones throw from destinations like Seattle Center, Space Needle, Experience Music Project and others. Presenting various live music events the venue also hosts genres apart from punk and rock. The atmosphere here is casual and the crowd friendly, hence stopping by will be a great option to spend some quality time simply chilling out.
Known as Skoochies in the early '80s, then Oz, this place carries the teen dance club torch. The enormous venue caters to those 18-20 (ID required). Local DJs spin tunes for the energetic, well-dressed crowd of high school students and young adults. The large dance floor accommodates about 200 people. Pool tables provide alternative entertainment. Local bands play here occasionally, and when they do, expect the cover charge to increase a bit. The bar serves expensive non-alcoholic beverages. Look sharp-the club enforces a dress-to-impress dress code.
Mainstage Comedy and Music Club is a splendid entertainment-cum-dining niche in Key Arena in Seattle. The club also hosts events for sports and concert lovers. And those of you who like to team up your thrills with some grub, fret not, as this comedy club also serves some tasty quesadillas, chips, sandwiches and pizzas to make your visit deliciously eventful. Apart from comedy and music, the venue also hosts wine tasting events along with other performance-oriented nights.
Combining today's urban style with hints of the 70's, Viceroy is a great late-night place for those looking for good cocktails and music. Viceroy's atmosphere is chic with a vintage appeal as it's decorated with a wall-mounted boar and a den with brown-leather couches. The musical ambiance is comprised of the DJs' sets that feature Motown, funk, 80's, and so much more. The drinks are affordable and happy hour is daily (5p-8p). Viceroy can also accommodate private parties.
Spitfire is a unique mix of a restaurant, a cafe, a sports bar and a nightclub. It is recommended for all those who have spent their day working and need to have some fun. Tryout the pita sandwich and check out all the games that they have in store. You can also feast upon the fish tacos and the grilled chicken chimichanga with green chile sauce.
Just look for the crocodile skin-patterned sign in the window and you'll have found this popular hangout. Part eclectic diner, part rock club, it draws people from all over to its location in chic Belltown. Famous rock stars that have Seattle roots have been known to play inexpensive, unannounced shows at this location. There is a full bar and a full menu of burgers like the Cajun Burger is especially popular.
If you're a night owl, you probably already know about this place, and if not, you should. It's about as close to fine dining as you'll find in a 24-hour restaurant, but be prepared to wait for a table in the smoky waiting area. Sit at the food bar in a high-backed chair and watch your meal expertly cooked or take a very private booth. There are more than 125 items on the menu, from omelets to lobster.
Tula's Restaurant and Nightclub is the perfect destination for those who are first rate foodies and die hard fans of music. This top class restaurant features an array of American and Mediterranean food that boasts of a distinct taste. Besides savory soups and delicious mains, you will also fall for the fine selection of exquisite wines, spirits and beers. Tula's Restaurant and Nightclub hosts live musicals, unplugged sessions and other entertaining events on a daily basis. Several well known jazz artists perform here frequently.
See Sound Lounge has a wide menu selection and the chef will even help you choose dishes that best fit your event. The drink menu features quality liquors with innovative cocktails. Here you can have an up-scale evening at an affordable price. See Sound Lounge is also an ideal location for those looking to host events of up to 250 people. With private guest rooms and a projection screen, the lounge is equipped with everything you might need for functions such as fashion shows and private events.
Moved to its current downtown location in 1985 and renovated in 1990, Seattle's premier jazz club brings artists of international standing, including the likes of Nancy Wilson, Lionel Hampton and Cleo Laine. The dinner menu features a varied selection of Northwest and Mediterranean dishes. The well-rounded offerings feature seafood, grilled meats, and options for vegetarians. There's a full bar and a private room that holds 275.