Aside from Capitol Hill, there are gay-friendly and gay-owned establishments just about everywhere in town. Seattle has night time hotspots for every taste and gender identity. Tickets sell out fast, so be sure to plan ahead!
Celebrate your pride. In terms of percent of population, the only American city to be more densely concentrated in homosexuals is San Francisco. That makes Seattle the second-gayest city in America!
This LGBTQ bar has been one of the surprise hits this year, drawing crowds late at night along a usually quiet strip of White Center, with drag shows and techno, punk and disco parties on Fridays and Saturdays. The spot has created enough buzz from the LGBTQ community that The Swallow started opening on Mondays and will soon turn its back parking lot into a seat patio. Thai Tran, formerly of Microsoft, also has a stake in the bar.
The threats -- letters warning that patrons would be poisoned -- appear to be part of the reason business was brisk. People have flocked to the 11 bars in solidarity since the letters arrived in the mail last week, Daw and others said. On Friday night, hundreds of locals participated in an organized pub crawl designed to support the establishments.
Since coming out, Seattle has proven to be an awesome place to live for a number of reasons: the people, the weather, the natural beauty, the nightlife, the outdoor life, and oh yeah- did I mention how queer-friendly this place is? I travel quite a bit for work and hands down, I think Seattle is the best place besides New York to be a queer lady. Tuesdays are Taco Tuesdays, which tend to get crowded.
Only ringing the bell of the minimally marked, unassuming door and reserving a seat will get you into this prohibition-era-themed speakeasy. Specialty cocktails are This trendy electronic dance club welcomes queers of all kinds and isn't on Capitol Hill.
Save to Wishlist. As one of the most gay-friendly cities in the U. From lounges to clubs to more traditional bars, there is a lot to choose from, especially on Capitol Hill.
With its marquee arrow sign beckoning crowds, Neighbours is an iconic place for a late night weekend pub crawl. Nate, a burly redhead with a close-shaven beard, a baseball hat and a contagiously boyish laugh, said that somebody in the gay community had already made a Facebook post that day about the news. Wade Madsen, a dance professor at the Cornish College of the Arts, echoed similar observations.