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 Post Posted: Fri Apr 19, 2013 2:11 pm 
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So myself and the wifey are finally getting a night away from the kids and work.We want to go have some fun in Seattle but are not looking for the 25 year old nightlife,ya know Trinity etc...Can you all give us any ideas on some relaxed,chill places to drink and have a good time.We are leaving in the morning so ASAP ideas are appreciated.Thanks in advance.

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There are some group sex clubs you can join, but then your wife would probably have to keep pe from bugging you too much.

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Roland?


This made me spit water all over my grand-daughter, thanks. :lol:

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Sure nice you boys and girls are being so pissy to someone asking for some help.

Any other time you'd be spouting about all the nightlife clubs in Seattle or burbs.

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I would help, but I've only been to Seattle once, and did not experience any night life like that.

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I live in Sac...come to Sacramento and I'll point you in the right direction!

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I live in Sac...come to Sacramento and I'll point you in the right direction!


To Seattle?


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Roland?


:roll:

As for real recommendations, I like the bar at Daniel's Broiler @ Lake Union. They have live piano music, great food, and a nice view.

If you want a really great view, go to the bar at the top of the Space Needle.

A little hint towards what you like to do would help. The Seattle Underground Tour is pretty cool. I personally like the EMP, but I've only been there once. These last two aren't "night life" things, though; obviously.

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I love Seattle..always enjoy my visits there..but it doesnt really seem to be a great nightlife city.. unless Im missing something..its certainly not SF, LA or San Diego in that regards.

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Stick to Queen Anne. There's a great karoake joint on W Mercer. Perfect for what your after.


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Stick to Queen Anne. There's a great karoake joint on W Mercer. Perfect for what your after.


People that don't know Seattle probably generally like the name of a place, or the address, or at least which block it's on. Just sayin'.

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Someone will remember the name of that place, 1st and W Mercer. I'm drawing a blank. But, in general, Queen Anne's more chill bar scene. I lived down there for years.


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Stick to Queen Anne. There's a great karoake joint on W Mercer. Perfect for what your after.

I have been known to tear up some Paul Revere. :D

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Best karaoke bar I've ever been to was in SODO, but I can't for the life of me remember the name of it, or precisely where it was. It's bugging me, now. Ugh.

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Stick to Queen Anne. There's a great karoake joint on W Mercer. Perfect for what your after.

I have been known to tear up some Paul Revere. :D


Great bar, great vibe, equal mix of all ages and party scenes, etc. Queen Anne's the place to check out, if you want it relaxed a bit. Very cool place; its Seattle for sure.

I lived 2 blocks down, and pulled some serious miracle honeys out of there. But, I can't recall the name. You'll know, trust me. Right across from Safeway, corner of 1st and W Mercer.


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I agree with you about Queen Anne's bar atmosphere, by the way, Pe. Most of my bar time has been in the downtown area, along with the U-District; but I've been around Queen Anne a number of times.

Dante's in the U-District is a pretty good karaoke place, too. Don't remember what nights they do it on, though.

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If you like beer, I recommend Brouwer's. You can get some really good Belgian style food and they have a ton of taps.

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Stick to Queen Anne. There's a great karoake joint on W Mercer. Perfect for what your after.

I have been known to tear up some Paul Revere. :D


Great bar, great vibe, equal mix of all ages and party scenes, etc. Queen Anne's the place to check out, if you want it relaxed a bit. Very cool place; its Seattle for sure.

I lived 2 blocks down, and pulled some serious miracle honeys out of there. But, I can't recall the name. You'll know, trust me. Right across from Safeway, corner of 1st and W Mercer.


You talking about Ozzie's?


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Ding, ding, ding ozzies!


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 Post subject: Re: Nightlife Help
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Ozzies it is,thanks for the help.:)

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Ozzies is a good choice. All you have to do is grab the mic with a lil confidence, and your wife and you will bag a 3some partner. Happy hunting!


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