3501 Pacific Highway East
Fife, WA 98424
Phone: (253) 926-1000
Fax: (253) 926-3009
At this casino you will feel like you are on the Mississippi in the 1800s. Located on an authentic riverboat and operated by the Puyallup Tribe, this elegant casino has a staff dressed in period garb and antiques located throughout the boat to help transport you back in time. Step aboard and try your luck. Events are frequently held here as well, which just makes Queens a more fun place to be at. The casino also features frequent live entertainment for which tickets are required. Want to celebrate your birthday or a special event? Do it at the Casino and have an experience you won't forget. Please call ahead for visiting hours.
VIP service is the first thing that comes to mind when Encore Boutique Nightclub is mentioned. What they offer is a complete VIP experience, which is what patrons come here for. Here you will find multiple VIP areas, complete with special leather sofas and bottle service. Naturally, these sections are in demand and need prior reservation. The dress code, casual chic, is strictly enforced, so people wearing clothing items like hooded sweatshirts and tennis shoes. Friday evening is ladies night where women get in for USD 1 all night long. Although usually open only on Fridays and Saturday evenings, this nightclub makes an exception for the last Sunday of every month.
The Mix is a favorite gay bar, straight bar, everyone bar. Located in Downtown Tacoma, they offer great music, cheap drinks, billiards, karaoke, & much more. Now serving great food from Pacific Grill.
Jazzbones covers all the bases when it comes to having a good time. Local and regional talents perform and the sumptuous fare satiates your appetite. Jazzbones is classy and easy on the eyes as well, with large spacious windows, glass mosaic and a curving bar which lend the place a very stylish look. There is a private balcony available for those who need their space and yet want a birds eye view of the band below.
Area 151 is a swanky nightclub located in the city of Tacoma. This place is popular amongst the locals of the city, who head out here to unwind after a stressful and tiring week. The ambiance is lively with enthusiastic people dancing to the latest tracks. The club is mainly a salsa club and sees a number of Latino lovers doing the merengue or bachata on Latino night specials. Apart from the salsa, live comedy acts are held here too. Make sure you are well-dressed, as the club doesn't entertain people in rags, jerseys, ball caps and tennis shoes.
Hell's Kitchen at Tacoma is an interesting nightclub and a great option for a night out in town. The club has the usual pub fare when it comes to the menu, but nevertheless it does the trick. Music genres revolve, but Rock, Alternative, Pop and Metal are the more popular ones. The crowd here is an interesting mix of the hip and happening and once the music starts the place promises a rocking time. Hell's is also famous for it's events and concerts and the concert room is also used as a venue for live performances by local bands.
A series of brewers have tried their luck with this West Seattle Junction location. This latest opened here in 1997 and attempts to broaden its appeal by catering to families and hip urbanites. The decor favors brass, and the smoking section's location upstairs with the pool tables keeps the air fresher downstairs. The pub has 10 beers on tap, six brewed onsite. There's also root beer on tap for the kids. Burgers and sandwiches dominate the menu. Hear live folk and jazz music most Saturdays. Call ahead for hours.
Studio Seven is quite famous and one of the most busiest nightclubs in the city. It is well-known for giving a head start to many of the local artists who have now made their names in the music industry. The club also plays host to a number of private parties, formal and other casual meetings. For local musicians, they have studios for practicing and recording.
Showbox SoDo, the latest addition to the Showbox family along side The Showbox at the Market, is famous for holding concerts for all age groups. Live music is played all year round in this 1,700 seat bar. The venue is available on rent for holding private parties or birthday bashes as well.
Pioneer Square is known more for boisterous action than quiet romanticism, but this restaurant has won great acclaim as an intimate place to bring a date. As the pianist takes to the ivories, order a bottle of wine and hold hands with your sweetie under the table. The menu features Mediterranean cuisine. Start off your meal with bruschetta spread with kalamata olives, or try the succulent calamari. The pastas, salads, and meat courses are all bursting with robust flavors. End on a sweet note by sharing a dessert with your date for which the chocolate mousse is a winner. On weekends after dinner, the place turns into a nightclub.
Rupert's at Pioneer Square serves some delicious Southwestern cuisine and has a decent variety of micro brews on tap. The spot plays a range of music, including R&B, jazz, funk, disco and new bands. And the Friday night is host to some foot-tapping disco music. The upscale restaurant and bar will delight you with its charming and amiable service, and makes dining here a memorable experience.
Located in Pioneer Square, this is one of the oldest pubs in Seattle. The narrow bar stretches to the back, where tables and chairs face a small stage. Jazz, reggae, rock or blues plays here almost nightly, making this a great place to catch live music. The saloon offers a menu of decent fish, pork and chicken dishes, and the full bar has a wide selection of microbrews on tap. The Central participates in the Pioneer Square joint cover.