Dance Clubs

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AS­TON MANOR— SODO’s As­ton Manor dance club plays an eclec­tic mix of top 40, EDM and trance.­ 2946 First Ave. S, 206.382.7866. Map 2 J5 BALTIC ROOM— Beau­ti­ful peo­ple pack this stylish joint nearly ev­ery night of the week (closed Wed.), seek­ing its di­verse range of dance mu­sic. The el­e­gant decor re­flects the glory days of lounges in the 1940s and ‘50s. Some of Seat­tle’s top DJs spin dance nights here. www.balti­c­ 1207 Pine St., 206.625.4444. Map 1 I9 CEN­TURY BALL­ROOM— Lo­cated on the sec­ond floor of the old Oddfel­lows Hall on Capi­tol Hill, Cen­tury is a beau­ti­ful, spa­cious ball­room re­stored to its orig­i­nal grandeur, true to its name. On any given night, you can come and dance swing, salsa or waltz, and les­sons are also avail­able. www.cen­tu­ry­ball­ 915 E. Pine St., 206.324.7263. Map 1 J7 TRIN­ITY NIGHT­CLUB— This or­nate, two-level labyrinth houses three main ar­eas and a VIP room; each space is dec­o­rated in a unique theme. Two dance floors, a state-of-the-art sound and light­ing sys­tem, and in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed DJs keep the crowds en­ter­tained. www.trin­i­tynight­ 111 Yesler Way, 206.447.4140. Map 1 G11 DEJÀ VU AIR­PORT— Adult en­ter­tain­ment and gen­tle­men’s club near SeaTac Air­port. 15011 Tuk­wila In­ter­na­tional Blvd., Tuk­wila. Map 3 I11 DREAM GIRLS— Gen­tle­man’s club and adult en­ter­tain­ment near Safeco and Cen­tu­ryLink Fields. 1530 First Ave. S, 206.257.1000. Map 2 H5 FAN­TASY UNLTD. & LIT­TLE DAR­LINGS— Adult en­ter­tain­ment re­tail store and gen­tle­men’s club. 2027 West­lake Ave., 206.682.0167. Map 1 F6 DIMITRIOU’S JAZZ AL­LEY— This in­ti­mate, up­scale club and lounge with North­west cui­sine hosts some of the big­gest names in jazz. Make sure to check out their stel­lar lineup. www.jaz­za­l­ 2033 Sixth Ave., 206.441.9729. Map 1 F6 HIGH­WAY 99 BLUES CLUB— Lo­cated in a cen­tury-old build­ing on the water­front, High­way 99 of­fers live mu­sic Wed.-Sat. and se­lect Sun­days. Mu­sic ranges from roots and honky-tonk to Amer­i­cana and blues from lo­cal, re­gional and na­tional bands. Seek­ing to cap­ture the fla­vor of southern clubs, there’s a 34-foot bar makde from an­tique doors, re­claimed benches and a gallery of art from lo­cal artists. www.high­ 1414 Alaskan Way, 206.382.2171. Map 1 E9 ACT THEATRE— Since 1965, this down­town theater has been pro­duct­ing con­tem­po­rary plays by es­tab­lished and promis­ing play­wrights with lo­cal ac­tors. With five per­for­mance spa­ces, there is al­ways some­thing new and ex­cit­ing hap­pen­ing. Check the web­site for cur­rent pro­duc­tions. www.actthe­atre. org. 700 Union St., 206.292.7676. Map 1 H8 PARAMOUNT THEATRE— Put on the Na­tional Reg­is­ter of His­toric Places in 1974, the Paramount Theatre hosts per­for­mances of ev­ery stripe. www.stg 911 Pine St., 206.682.1414. Map 1 H7 SEAT­TLE REPER­TORY THEATRE— Lo­cated on the cam­pus of Seat­tle Cen­ter, the Seat­tle Reper­tory Theatre strives to cre­ate pro­gram­ming that sur­prises, en­ter­tains, chal­lenges and up­lifts the com­mu­nity through pro­duc­tions of clas­sics, re­cent Broad­way hits and con­tem­po­rary works. Seat­tle Rep was the first Seat­tle theater to win a Tony award for Out­stand­ing Re­gional Theatre. www. seat­ Seat­tle Cen­ter, 155 Mercer St., 206.443.2222. Map 1 B3 SEAT­TLE SYM­PHONY— The in­ter­na­tion­ally ac­claimed Seat­tle Sym­phony plays a wide va­ri­ety of con­certs each year, from clas­si­cal fa­vorites to shows with fa­vorite lo­cal artists like Sir Mix-a-Lot, Brandi Carlile and Hey Mar­seilles.­tlesym­phony. org. Benaroya Hall, 200 Uni­ver­sity St., Box of­fice: 206.215.4747. Map 1 F9

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