Seattle >See Sound Lounge
trendy and hot place - gourmet experince + great music. with the addition of a wonderful celebrated chef Robin to the team the entire dining experience has transformed into a truly gourmet experience. the food is exquisite and delicious. now it's my preferred place for dining with the additon of great musical entertainment. highly recommend to all trendy crowd, foodies and winos :) as well as music lovers (the place features a steady stream of famous DJs from all over the word)
Great food which surprised me for a lounge. They have a new celebrity chef who is currently competing on Next Top Chef, she has my vote!
A really nice creative atmosphere, a smart place. I have no hesitation on recommending it, it offers a refreshing, stylish, bright feeling atmosphere. Amazing creative music and visuals. Entertaining and stimulating atmosphere, kudos to the master minds behind this place, you win my respect for something new and refreshing!! Thanks for bringing a little LA and NY to our humble Seattle.
I had a great time there and will be back.
Friendly environment. I came to Seattle for a weekend. I took visits to half dozens of club here. This club indeed drew my attention. The crowds are good looking (similar to the ones in Manhattan Beach and Beverly hill in LA). The dance floor is kind of small but the people there are friendly (good quality and smiling all the times). I am not a fan of house music. But the DJ was really good that night...
I am the world traveler (been six continents except Antarctica:). It is not the best club in the world, but this club indeed has its quality and is a good place to hang out in Seattle.
Great Music!!. I have had some amazing nights dancing to the music at See Sound, and I would go back any weekend. It's great! I was also there for the King Britt show and I agree that the people who don't go for the music are annoying...it's pretty obvious who those people are. I will also agree that the drink prices can be outrageous! I guess that comes with a swanky nightclub like See Sound, but it's sort of disappointing. If you plan on going, get there early so you don't have to stand in line. You can always get a stamp and come back in if you get bored waiting for the DJs.
Music, yeah! People, yuck!.
Just went there to see King Britt on Feb. 23. First, we purchased tickets (WHAT!) on clubzone as we really wanted to see King. We paid $12 plus fees for a total of $27 for two tickets. When we got at the door, the girls in front of us got in for $8. When questioned the door girl, she just looked blankly at us and gave us an unintelligible answer to why we paid $12 and if we could get a refund of the at least $4 extra we paid.
We've been here a couple of times before, and we really are not impressed with the trendy people or the attempt at an LA vibe. The best clubs in LA are hardly like this (we lived in LA for 10 years). The drink prices are also trying to be LA. The people who you could tell were not there for the music were yuck. Only a handful of the crowd really understood the artistry of King Britt. I appreciated the fans that did.
We'll be back in a few weeks for Marques, but now we know better to:
1. Don't buy tickets
2. Don't expect much from the crowd
Worst Service Ever. I agree with a previous post. The last couple times we went there and tried to order food (they advertise they have it) they said they didn't have anything and we chose to come here when there are so many great places in the city. The final straw was when a group of us came here recently and sat at a table in an empty lounge for twenty minutes as no one even came near us (there were a few people at the bar who left soon after we arrived.) Finally, we went to the bar and stood there for 5 min while the bartender clearly ignored us and finally said it'd be a minute (he wasn't doing anything.) We didn't want to continue to be treated so rudely and left. We have been to numerous lounges all over the city and have never encountered this type of horrible service. Very unprofessional. Too rude/pretentious for such a small bar especially when there are so many nicer bars in the city. Never returning again and I've never said that about any place.
Ruined my New Years Eve.
We bought tickets for their NYE party in advance, for $30 each ($40 at the door). When we arrived, the bouncer had let too many people in and couldn't let us in, and was telling people it was now $80 at the door. I can understand it's against the fire code, but it's still their fault for letting too many people in. I could have stood a wait for a few minutes, but people kept leaving and we weren't getting in. He did let in a few women with minimal clothing, though. Finally after arguing and asking for a manager and a refund, he let us in because we were starting to make a lot of noise and get a lot of support from people in line BEHIND us. This was finally at 30 minutes until midnight.
Once inside, I paid $3 for a coat check where the girl simply dropped my jacket on the floor into some unknown liquor that was all over it when I left. The floors were slippery and covered in liquor and glass. It was like being in a giant white cave. The bar looked cool, but I've seen better.
The crowd was filled with snotty little divas who thought that they were the queen of the party. In the hour that we stayed, I saw at least 2 fist fights, and 1.5 cat fights. I don't know if this is the normal crowd, or just the consequence of it being NYE and everyone thinking they're entitled to act like jerks. Either way, I was not impressed by the social scene.
NYE or not, I'm never heading back here.
Best place to come if you don't want a Seattle club. This is definitely not the place to come if you prefer the typical Seattle club scene (noc noc, Contour, etc.). But if you aren't part of the "Seattle Freeze" you won't be disappointed. The DJs are the best in town, the interior is clean and mod, the bartenders efficient, the drinks strong, and the patrons and beautiful and friendly. The energy of the crowd here is unlike any other club in the city: welcoming, open, and friendly (as long as you check your attitude at the door). Be social, be respectful, and bring your friends!
Best music and people. The minute you walk through the doors your mood will change to utter comfort. We came here from a review we read and it was spot on. The people, the music, and the colors are amazing. If your single and are looking for some beautiful people or taking one out out this is where its at. Good drinks and an awesome atmosphere make this my top pick of any club on west side. High recommended.
What a moron!. I hate seeing bad reviews and not being able to tell who wrote them. I go to this place all the time and I would bet the last "moron" is an uptight, judgemental idiot who'd rather hang out in the usual Seattle top 40 scene. If you want a place to talk go to a restaurant, not a nightclub! See Sound plays music, loud dance music and I love it! The drinks are strong and served by hot bartenders and the people who work there are super nice unless you are a drunk a-hole. I love this place and so do the all the people who go every weekend. If you haven't been, check it out and make your own decision. If you are uptight, you'll hate it, if you like a good party you will love it...simple as that!
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