Ready to party on the dance floor? The music, lights and rhythms at these 21+ Seattle hot spots get you moving, even on a week night.

Trinity Nightclub
111 Yesler Way
Seattle, WA 98104

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One destination houses 3 clubs offering atmospheres from ethereal to electric. The heart of Trinity boasts state of the art sound and lights in a multi-level modern cathedral vibe. This IS one of Seattle’s largest dance floors, spinning the best from national and local Djs. Seating throughout is handled with comfort and style—you will appreciate the difference! The VIP room overlooks the dance floor from a balcony level and is lavishly furnished for a true cut above the rest experience.

If you want step down a notch and cool your brain, the “Blue Room” will be your spot. Separate bar service in an ultra-hip two tone setting keep the energy going in a more intimate setting. This room promises to be talked about.

When you’re ready to lounge like you never have before, the “Card Room” shows that our eclectic stylings can satisfy your needs in an surrounding like no other. Atmospheric spinning sets the tone with one-to-one conversation. And when you get a little hungry, Dim Sum and other “new thinking” menu items are offered throughout the night.

Doormen discretion at all times. 21+ with valid ID and presentable attire required.

The Last Supper Club
124 South Washington Street
Seattle, WA 98104

Over the past thirteen years, The Last Supper Club has cultivated its reputation as the premier nightclub in Seattle and is respected as one of the top clubs on the West Coast. It’s the most advanced club-owned system in the city – the effects, lights and sounds are executed with perfection.

Three levels, four bars, in a stylish venue, The Last Supper Club is not only a phenomenal nightlife establishment that offers varied musical formats for the club-goer, but can also support local and national live music acts. Inside, you’ll also find the Gallery 124: an unconventional art space that monthly showcases local artists with works in varying mediums. Private rooms make it the ideal place for your private party or company’s social gathering.

The dress code is in effect to keep it classy. It’s for those over 21, and entry is at the discretion of the club security and management.

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pnk Restaurant and Ultra Lounge
600 Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98101

Seattle’s premier place to see and be “scene”! Stunning decor, mouth-watering fare and unequaled service… all in a sexy, upbeat atmosphere inside Seattle’s downtown Pacific Place. Weeknights, you can enjoy an extended HAPPY HOUR after work between 4:00pm – 7:00pm. pnk’s Chef Matt Baer has a menu that will wow even the most finicky connoisseur. His serious passion for food combined with fresh, local ingredients equals some intense pleasure for your taste buds!

When the sun goes down, pnk is all about fun. High-energy music, live performances and fashion shows, all supported by an impressive audio visual and lighting package that illuminates the venue. The posh, VIP areas are the perfect place for you to celebrate a birthday, bachelorette party, or just a night out with good friends.

Neighbours Night Club
1509 Broadway
Seattle, WA 98122

Neighbours Nightclub opened it’s doors Labor Day Weekend in 1983 and has become one of Seattle’s longest running and largest GLBT nightclubs that can hold cover 1100 people boasting three levels, a newly expanded lounge with full food service, a state of the art sound system and light show, and one of the largest dance floors in Seattle. Neighbours is proud to have won several “Best of Washington”, “Best of Seattle”, and “Best of Seattle Weekly” polls and various community awards, and welcomes everyone regardless of sexual orientation. Neighbours is also a great venue to host a private party or special event.

Neighbours has hosted some of the world’s biggest entertainers from cd and movie release parties, public and live performances including: Lance Bass, BG5!, Carol Channing, Darcelle XV and Company, Lady Gaga, Ari Gold, Thelma Houston, Jimmy James, Kenny Kerr, Eartha Kitt, Reichen Lehmkul, the cast of “Westside Story” and “Wicked” along with various Broadway Shows.

On Wednesday nights (9:00pm – 2:00pm) and Friday and Saturday after hours (2:00am – 4:00am) Neighbours is open to those 18+. Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, it’s a 21+ venue.

See Sound Lounge
115 Blanchard Street
Seattle, WA 98121

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Voted one of top 3 Lounges in the US, See Sound Lounge in Belltown is Seattle’s hip, 20-something club in Seattle. There are two clubbing rooms with House, Electro, Top 40, Mashups and classic Party Jams. Nightly Happy Hour Tuesdays through Sundays from 9:00pm – 10:30pm. On-site catering is available for your bachelorette party, birthday, or corporate event.