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China Harbor Restaurant

2040 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, Washington (Lake Union) United States

206-286-1688

Opened in 1994, China Harbor Restaurant prides in offering the “tastiest view of Seattle.” Authentic Chinese food, warm hospitality, and unmatched views of Lake Union—one of Seattle’s most beloved landmarks—are the trademarks of the restaurant. China Harbor uses the freshest and highest quality ingredients to create delightful dishes [more]

UMI Sake House (Formerly Known as Bada Lounge)

2230 1st Avenue, Seattle, Washington United States

206.374.8717

A sophisticated twist on the Japanese Izakaya style of informal eating and drinking, reflects the layout and design of an actual house. The focal point of Umi is its commitment to sake. Umi focuses on educating its guest by providing both hot and chilled sake, as well as by the glass and the bottle for guests to sample and enjoy from the [more]

Dimitriou\’s Jazz Alley

2033 6th Ave, Seattle, Washington United States

(206)411-9729

Welcome to the Northwest's premiere concert nightclub! Jazz Alley audiences enjoy weekly performances by artists of international stature such as Nancy Wilson, Taj Mahal, Dr. John, McCoy Tyner, Branford Marsalis, Oscar Peterson, Eartha Kitt, Shirley Horn, and many others. Two for one admission for students, first sets on Wednesdays and [more]

Marriott Redmond Town Center

7401 164th Ave. NE, Seattle, Washington (Redmond) United States

1-425-498-4000

The Redmond Marriott Town Center The Redmond Marriott Town Center is conveniently located in the Town Center-Redmond's beautiful open air shopping center. The Redmond Town Center hotel is surrounded by forested hills and spectacular lake and mountain views. Relax in the new Marriott bedding, the revive collection-including quilted top [more]

Ballard LOFT

5105 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, Washington (Ballard) United States

206-420-2737

An oasis of fun in a former machine shop? Oh yeah! Thirsty? Quench your thirst with one of 12 beers on tap. A rotating tap ensures that you can enjoy your old favorite or sample a new brew. Or, try one of the Lofts specialty cocktails, each one created to excite your tastebuds. The Scandi Pop and Cuban Orange are fan favorites. Hungry? The [more]

Skylark Cafe and Club

3803 Delridge Way SW, Seattle, Washington (West Seattle) United States

206.935.2111

We're open for business! Now serving yummy weekend brunch. And lunch. And dinner. Enjoy a tasty selection of affordable pub fare for lunch and dinner, and an extensive brunch menu on the weekends from 9am to 3pm. A rock club. In West Seattle. Really. Expect a delightful variety of indie rock, power pop, punk, new wave, electronica, [more]

Garage

1130 Broadway Ave, Seattle, Washington (Capitol Hill First Hill) United States

206-322-2296

Garage pool hall, restaurant and bar opened its doors to the public Thursday, August 1st, 1996. It features 18 regulation pool tables and a full-service bar and restaurant. Garage partners Alex Rosenast, Jill Rosenast, Kelly Curtis, Peggy Curtis, and Mike McCready (Pearl Jam) collaborated to create a fun facility that would draw "true" players [more]

Lakeside, The

2501 Northlake Way, Seattle, Washington (Lake Union) United States

(206) 632-2200

The Lakeside Our waterfront venue, The Lakeside, on North Lake Union accommodates groups of 25 - 250. The entire facility is yours to enjoy. The upper level comfortably seats 100 for a plated dinner or buffet meal. The lower level features a hardwood floor for your dancing pleasure, additional dining space and a built in copper topped bar. [more]

Sarajevo Lounge

2332 1st Avenue, Seattle, Washington United States

Come party the European way at Sarajevo Lounge! [more]

74th Street Ale House

7401 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, Washington (Greenwood Phinney Ridge) United States

(206) 784-2955

The history of the 74th. St. Ale House begins with the concept of hospitality. Our central element has always been people. Offering people a gathering place, whether to protect them from the outside elements by nurturing them with good food, good company and a pint of fresh, local ale or by bringing them together as a community to interact, learn [more]