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Party Scene

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2 College Senior

Party Scene: Party life is very limited. Drinking and smoking are against school rules. People do it, but you don't often see it if you aren't looking for it. I personally don't go to clubs or bars

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2 College Senior

Party Scene: Partying is very limited. Parties are not prevalent.

3 College Freshman

Party Scene: There are a lot of opportunities for community.

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2 College Freshman

Party Scene: Almost no parties of the traditional college sense.

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3 College Freshman

Party Scene: I'm not one to do this but if you're looking for it, it's there.

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The party scene on campus can be difficult to break into initially, simply because of the no-alcohol policy on campus and the understandable reluctance to invite unwanted attention that could get someone in trouble. Students tend to stick to their "group," and so there is a level of snobbery that accompanies these parties, as well. However, Seattle is a large city filled with college students, so mingling with kids from Seattle University or the University of Washington can be profitable for socialites who like to drink and have a good time. Seattle Pacific itself often sponsors root beer keggers and other events, so if you don't drink, don't worry!

There are also tons of bars and venues to explore in the city. If you're the trendy type, you'll adore the Belltown atmosphere. If you like to go clubbing, Havana on Capitol Hill is for you. The dive-y sort? Try King's Hardware in Ballard. At the High Dive in Fremont, there's live music every night. Perhaps you're underage or just love to laugh, go watch improv at TheatreSports in the alley next to Pike Place Market. There's a cornucopia of options for every taste as well as places that are revolving doors, always changing, for those who don't yet know their palate.

Facts & Statistics

Primary Areas with Nightlife
  • Ballard
  • Belltown
  • Capitol Hill
  • Fremont
Closing Time
2 a.m.
Cheapest Place to Get a Drink
Dubliner

Club ListingsWhat's This?

Havana Social Club

A good spot for drinking and dancing.

1010 E. Pike St.

Capitol Hill

(206) 323-2822

www.havanasocial.com

Bar ListingsWhat's This?

King's Hardware

There are $3 Bloody Mary's on Sundays.

5225 Ballard Ave. NW

Seattle

(206) 782-0027

www.kingsballard.com

High Dive

High Dive is a 21-and-over live music venue, in addition to a bar.

513 N. 36th

Seattle

(206) 632-0212

www.highdiveseattle.com/index.asp

Dubliner

Dubliner is an Irish pub that has pool tables, happy hours, and trivia nights.

3517 Fremont Ave. N

Seattle

(206) 548-1508

www.dublinerseattle.com

What to Do if You're Not 21What's This?

TheatreSports

TheatreSports is an improv company-perfect if you need a good laugh.

1428 Post Alley

Seattle

(206) 587-2414

www.unexpectedproductions.org

Student Polls

Rate the off-campus bar and club scene on the following topics    Based on 56 responses

Very poor
Excellent
  • Convenience to get to
  • Cover charges
  • Distance from campus
  • Drink prices
  • Fun
  • Variety/number of options

What is the party scene like on campus?    Based on 60 responses

  • 0% Tons of raging parties almost any night of the week.
  • 2% Lots of options Wednesday-Saturday.
  • 8% Some decent frat/house parties, weekends only.
  • 25% Good parties are few and far between.
  • 65% Parties? What parties?

What is the biggest party event of the year?    Based on 27 responses

  • 74% Tradition (Christmas Party)
  • 11% Ashton Ball
  • 7% EMP
  • 7% Hall Ball
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