Seattle's premier nightlife destination.
21+ w/ valid ID ONLY.
To reserve a table or private section, contact the Trinity VIP host at 206.697.7702 or e-mail [email protected]
...::: To get on the GUESTLIST :::...
go to www.trinitynightclub.com
If you are celebrating a special event like a birthday, graduation, promotion at work, etc & have a party of ten or more, send an e-mail to [email protected] to get on the VIP list & take advantage of our special party packages!
Open THURS - SAT
Friday and Saturday Dress code:::
: : Dress Code : :
Baseball hats, shorts, Male sandals, excessively baggy clothing, hooded apparel and athletic gear are not permitted. Long baggy shirts are not allowed, shirts with collar preferred. Jeans, tennis shoes and fashionable headwear are acceptable.
Cowgirls Inc is located in the Heart of Pioneer Square steps away from two of Seattle's Stadiums - Century Link and Safeco Field. We are best known for beautiful Cowgirls who engage our customers with sassy fun banter while dancing on the bar. Our famous Mechanical Bull rides are FREE- Fast and Vicious for the Guys. Nice and slow for the Ladies.
Box House is a fun and innovative country sports bar replacing the historical Last Supper Club. Keeping the spirit of old Seattle alive, Seattle’s pubs and saloons of the Pioneer Square area in the late 1800’s were commonly referred to as “Box Houses”.
The 7,500 square foot space features new custom furnishings, an inviting wrap-around bar on the main level with convenient purse hooks and outlets to charge your electronic devices, and a VIP mezzanine with its own private bar.
In keeping with the country spirit, our menu features tasty BBQ, Tex-Mex and Traditional American fare. Whatever your taste buds are craving, we’ve got you covered!
Our huge 15’ projection screen, over 18 large HD TVs and state of the art sound and lighting systems will assure you won’t miss any of the action.
We also have special game day menus! Since Box House is only a short walk from Seattle’s stadiums, it gives fans a fun, warm, spacious environment to eat and convene before any game or match.
- no reservations except for groups of six or more during off-peak hours only
- 21 and up
- The menu changes daily. You can see a sample at our website - http://www.damntheweather.com.
- We don't have a phone. The best way to contact us is with a message via this page or email - [email protected].
- We look forward to serving you soon!
Delicatus - A Seattle Delicatessen is an authentic delicatessen built on the traditional principles of European immigrants while incorporating the vast diversity of resources unique to the Pacific Northwest. We offer a full bar as well as a diverse dinner menu focused on locally sourced NW focused comfort food. Dinner Menu available after 5pm Mon-Fri with Weekend Brunch 10:30am-4pm Saturday/Sundays. We stay open later on weekends for Sounders, Seahawks and Mariners games.
Looking for a place to party?
Come on over to Venus Karaoke
We have private room for each party.
In here we offer songs in English, Chinese, Japanese, Cantonese, Taiwanese and other languages
Room Rate starting at 20/hr
For more information please call or come over =]
we are at 601 SKing Street, Suite 102
Elmer and Mary Smith are my Great Grandparents. They raised my grandmother, Marilyn, in a small gold mining town on the edge of the Sawtooth Mountains in Southern Idaho. It’s a heritage that inspires us. It evokes images of family huddled around a wood fire, of young men and women on horseback through open fields, of community gatherings at the local “Hub”, dancing and imbibing and shaking off the dirt of a long day. It’s the true American spirit that is currently in a resurgence. We are tiring of a consumer culture based on disposable products. There is a shift in our country back to quality goods, crafted by hand, slow and thoughtful and beautiful... and we feel it.
Union Station is a former train station in Seattle, Washington, United States, constructed between 1910 and 1911 to serve the Union Pacific Railroad and the Milwaukee Road. It was originally named Oregon and Washington Station, after a subsidiary line of the Union Pacific. Located at the corner of S. Jackson Street and 4th Avenue S. in the Pioneer Square neighborhood, the station opened on May 20, 1911. The Milwaukee Road discontinued passenger service to Union Station 50 years later, on May 22, 1961, and the Union Pacific followed suit on April 30, 1971. With no passenger rail service serving Seattle from Union Station, the building remained largely empty. After nearly 30 years of sitting idle, the station finally experienced an expansive renovation supported by Nitze-Stagen with financial backing from Paul Allen. The Union Station renovation was the winner of the 2000 National Historic Preservation Award. It now serves as the headquarters of Sound Transit; its grand hall is rented out to the public for weddings and other events.In Seattle, the term Union Station refers not only to the main station building, but also to the several adjacent office buildings at 505, 605, 625 and 705 5th Avenue South. Until 2011, Amazon.com was a major tenant of these properties, all but one owned by Opus Northwest, and the other by Vulcan. The entire complex is earthquake-proofed by an underground ring of rubber.
International District/Chinatown station Distance: 0.0 miCompetitive Analysis 719 8th Ave S Seattle, WA 98104
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