Downtown Seattle’s Nightlight and Nosh
In a city known for its eclectic neighborhoods, stunning scenery, iconic landmarks, and – yes – flying fish, the sundown scene has managed to maintain a surprisingly low profile. Yet, Seattle’s bragworthy nightlife is its best kept secret. From vibrantly pulsing clubs and stellar comedy shows to dive bars and late night eats, Seattle offers everything you can dream of for an amazing night on the town.
Catch a ShowThere’s no better way to start (or finish) your night than with famed entertainment, and with a plethora of exciting comedy clubs, theatrical performances, and show times, you’ve got much to anticipate. For belly laughs and good drinks, check out Comedy Underground and Comedy Nest. For cool improv, Unexpected Productions and Jet City Improv are the happening spots. And for a spectacular show with an equally delightful meal, Teatro ZinZanni is Seattle’s insanely popular claim to “part circus, part dinner theatre, and [an] always magical” experience.
Get Your Drink OnWhether you’re in the mood for a quiet, sophisticated lounge or a heart-pounding few hours of flirting, drinking, and dancing to electronica (maybe both?), Seattle’s got you covered. Downtown offers a menagerie of nighttime haunts, with something new and shiny at every turn. And in this town, the Emerald City, all that glitters is gold. Try the vintage Bathtub Gin & Co. for Prohibition-era cocktails and ambience. The Whisky Bar serves a variety of craft beers and fine whisky and features live bagpipe music, while the Lodge Sports Grille serves traditional bar food and drinks and caters to sports enthusiasts and the laid-back crowd. Hip souls are all about Seattle’s chic Capitol Hill neighborhood, just outside downtown. Sip on your favorite rum drink at Havana, and be transported to old Cuba. Book a karaoke room for 30 of your closest pals at Rock Box; indulge in a fine selection of cocktails at Knee High Stocking Co., a speakeasy-themed marvel for the senses; or relax with friends, a board game, and a Belgian beer at the Stumbling Monk. At the end of the night, walk to your vacation rental, hitch a Lyft, or check out this public transportation guide to keep your night supremely safe and free of parking hassles.
Soak It UpBut before you call it a night, consider a hearty late night meal at one of Seattle’s favorite post-revelry joints. If you’re in Capitol Hill, Big Mario’s Pizza is a fantastic stop, and – thanks to flowing brews and tasty pizza by the slice – it’s also a pleasantly packed final hangout. Lost Lake is a throwback café that serves delicious, if not-on-your-trendy-diet breakfast dishes and fried foods.
Damn the Weather, in Pioneer Square, is on the list of the best cocktail bars in America, but they also serve scrumptious eats until 2am. In two Seattle locations, you can grub on Russian dumplings at Pel’Meni Dumpling Tzar until 2:30am. At Beth’s Café or Randy’s Restaurant, nosh on homemade, delectable omelets and hash browns 24/7. And Last Crumb, which offers everything from hummus and Vietnamese sandwiches to good ol’ comfort foods like mini burgers and mac ‘n’ cheese, delivers until 3am to several areas of Seattle.
But the best part of the night is laying your head down in a place that feels like your own. Featuring the comforts of home with the convenience of a downtown location (or wherever you happen to hang your hat when you’re in the city), Seattle Oasis rentals are just what you’ve been searching for.
Posted by Seattle Oasis Vacation Rentals on 11/13/2016 9:00:00 PM 0 Comments