Econo Lodge Near Bellevue Square
4710 Lake Washington Blvd,NE
Renton, WA 98056
Phone: (425) 228-2858
Fax: (425) 228-3055
Head to Lincoln Square for a night of entertainment. Whether you're in the mood for comedy, billiards, or a relaxed atmosphere, the Parlor Collection has it all. Dress code enforced; visit the website for details.
St. Clouds is a place the whole family can enjoy. The food here is good and reasonably priced and you can also enjoy live music. On weekdays the bar is open till midnight and on weekends till 2a in the morning. Not only does St. Clouds bask in its own glory, it also takes care of the needs of the less fortunate families in the society. Orphans who come here, find a sense of belonging. The owners, Paul Butler and John Platt are kind hearted folks as they always open their kitchen to people in need! On Fridays and Saturdays it remains open till midnight.
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.
American rock blends with Chinese kitsch at this popular hangout Chop Suey, a combination leading hipster crowds to flock in to hear their favorite bands perform. Red lanterns, dark wood, and a pagoda-styled stage lend a mysterious air to the interior, where some of Seattle's hottest local groups play side-by-side with nationally touring performers. With large dance floors, extensive bars, and seductive lounge-rooms, Chop Suey offers more of a nightclub atmosphere than many comparable venues, making it a multi-functional stage where fans of rock music feel just as at home as those seeking the mellow beats of the hottest electronica groups. The calendar is full of performances, so be sure to check out the website for the latest updates and information on age restrictions for each night.
The Mercury is a trendy nightclub with a lively atmosphere. Almost everyday you will find packs of happening youngsters crowding the place and enjoying a relaxed time. Besides a friendly ambiance, the club is known for the various events that take place here. From live musicals, unplugged sessions to DJ nights, here you will find some event happening nightly. Some of the finest musicians of the city perform here on a frequent basis.
This trendy and hip club is located in the Pioneer Square District of Seattle. Known for its fun themed nights, large dance floor and premium cocktails, Volume has risen quickly in Seattle's nightlife ranks. This massive club features state-of-the-art lighting and sound technology, two distinctly different rooms and VIP booths complete with bottle service. Be sure to check the website for upcoming events, most nights are 21 and over, but occasionally they offer 18 and over evenings.
A scene for the late-20s hipster crowd, this lounge features live piano music, 1970s disco music, swing and a weekly DJ event as well. You may want to do a little shopping or dig through your closet before you come because people come dressed from the past in thrift store goods. Decor is strictly 70s with lounge chairs and funky lamps and artwork. House cocktails and martinis are excellent. Board games are available for entertainment if the small dance floor gets too crowded.
Opened in 1993, this bar became a nightclub in 1998 by adding a dance floor, full bar and full menu. Here there's a typical bar atmosphere complete with pool tables, darts and pinball machines. The facility actually consists of four bars, two with DJs, and there's also a cafe and patio. The food is Cajun, and even when the kitchen is closed you can still order cold sandwiches and wraps.
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.