Seattle Clubs

When you’re in the mood for a night of dancing and drinking, you might consider visiting one of the Seattle clubs. If you’re looking for a place that can offer you a great time and a great drink, check out these local favorites: Sunset Bowl, Q, Mint Lounge, Foundation Nightclub, and the Paradise Garage. All of these places are popular, but they have different vibes and prices. In this article, we will briefly describe each one and give you some tips about how to get there.

Sunset Bowl

In mid-April, Seattle will lose one of its favorite bowling alleys. After more than 25 years, Sunset Bowl will close its doors to the public. As part of its closure, the alley will host a closing auction for every piece of Sunset that can be taken apart. The auction will feature everything from the actual bowling alleys to the bowling shoes that always seem to disappear. The last day for Sunset Bowl bowling will be Sunday, April 28.

Foundation Nightclub

When deciding which nightclub to go to in Seattle, make sure to check out the Foundation Music Club. While Venom was a hip hop club, it has been converted into a purely EDM venue. If you love EDM, you’ll definitely enjoy Foundation. You’ll probably be greeted by more dudes than gals, so if you’re a girl, you’ll want to go with a group.


If you’re in the mood for some high-energy fun, you’ll want to check out the new Seattle club Q. This multilevel lounge is located in Capitol Hill and will feature innovative interior design, groundbreaking sound, and excellent service. Expect a twist on specialty drinks and signature infused vodkas. Q will be open seven days a week, and will be a lounge during the week and a nightclub on weekends.

Mint Lounge

The Mint Lounge is the newest addition to Capitol Hill’s nightlife. The former Baltic Room was purchased by new owners in 2019 and renamed Mint Lounge. While the new owners have not responded to CHS’ inquiries, business license records show that the same people own the club. In addition, bottle service and premiere mixology are standard here. It’s definitely not your typical nightclub. However, if you’re looking for a party, this is the place for you.

Vue Luxury Lounge

Although Seattle doesn’t have a shortage of nightclubs, it could use a shake up. Thankfully, Chuck Wang’s newest concept is about to change that. This lux lounge will also be an art space and music venue. Here are some of the features you can expect from the Vue. Let’s get started with a quick review of the space. Vue is located at 2324 2nd Ave., and it is open every day but Tuesday.

Laser Dome

The Laser Dome Seattle shows have been around for decades, but the show is still a must-see for the Seattle locals. The lasers dance to the beat of the music. The lasers and dancers are synchronized with music to create an unforgettable experience. The Pacific Science Center Laser Dome is one of the largest and longest running laser domed theaters in the world. On Saturday nights in November, the Laser Dome will feature a new show called Laser REZZ, featuring REZZ’s latest hits, mesmerizing lasers, and powerful digital sound.