Seattle’s Best Nightclubs

Seattle is best known for its long rainy days. Situated in the northern most part of the US, this bustling town has an equally vibrant nightlife and clubbing on the weekends is a perfect way to get out of the slightly inclement weather.

A classic in Seattle, the Trinity Nightclub is a great way to start the night off. Featuring multiple rooms across a number of levels, there are always great deals on, particularly if you are a girl. Heading there on Friday and Saturday nights between 9 and 10pm will reward all girls with a drink during this time. With no cover and all drinks costing a dollar, this is an inexpensive start to the night.

For some midweek partying there is the Foundation Nightclub. Located in Belltown this club caters to college groups on Wednesdays allowing chilled out attire in the form of sportswear. The weekend however, is a totally different scene with a strict dress code in place. Comprising of three bars and two VIP spaces, Foundation is an upmarket place to hang out.

Downtown’s Re-bar offers something a little different. In addition to being a dance club, this bar also hosts a number of the craziest comics in the city. Start the night early on with some laughs and then stay on for a raucous party scene. Checking the calendar is imperative so as not to miss out on something great. Acts range from stand ups through to drag acts and burlesque. DJ’s playing tribal music has also been known to occur providing an air of entertainment and surprise.

There are a huge range of different clubs on offer in the city and this is just a small taste. Other options include the entertaining Aston Manor where there is a changing password needed for the speakeasy welcome area or The Last Supper Club hosting not only a bar but an art gallery and top of the line food cart as well.