Would never recommend to anyone!
Security is highly prejudice!
I decided to try this nightclub out tonight after work when hearing how popular it is in Seattle.
After waiting in line outside the nightclub to get in for about 40 minutes, I end up waiting in another line for coat check for another 15 minutes (12am by this time).
For the next 50 minutes, I'm finally able to join my friends and enjoy a few drinks (the bartenders were the few select people at Trinity that are actually VERY sweet and tried to do what they can given the large crowd of people).
At 1am (less than an hour after I had my first drink), I approached the front of the venue asking one of the security personnel where the restrooms were located as it is my first time at this establishment and they state that I am "too intoxicated" and needed to leave the premises.
Even the re-entry attendant didn't seem to comprehend why I had been kicked out as I was no where near belligerent and/or stumbling unlike the others that were almost face planting the sidewalk when exiting the venue and stated he could not let me in merely because the main entrance had flagged me for whatever reason (probably didn't want me to see the drugs going on in the restrooms that other people on here have apparently seen).
Immediately when turning onto the block that these clubs reside on, I had immediately disliked the location. Lots of people hanging around outside of the club asking for money and the "security" does nothing about this (as if they really could!). I went into the bathroom, and there were several people doing drugs (cocaine I assume) off of each others fingers.The security is VERY rude and tend to act aggressively showing that they have some type of power over you. Not sure what the dress code is supposed to be as some people are allowed to enter with T-Shirts on. One of my friends with me had on a full button up shirt, some slacks, and a nice pair of dress shoes and the security said that he was not properly dressed?!? His clothes were not "baggy" looking or "hip hop" looking, and he was very well dressed. Security was very rude to him and seemed to be PREJUDICE towards him quoting "I dont think I want you to come in HIP HOP" and "Maybe you should go where YOUR people like to hang out (snicker)". It was one of the security personnel in particular and the rest of the security personnel were stating that he was their boss. He was also a caucasian man. After this incident and leaving each club, security would push people outside trying to show a force that was un-necessary, once getting outside the beggars were outside in a force greater than the army, reaching at people, grabbing at people, and following people. More than 4 of them followed us as far as close to 5 blocks and we felt very unsafe and ended up telling them that we would have to call the police. One of the worst experiences that I have ever encountered.
Very unsafe!! Avoid this nightclub. It
is not even close to being as large as people are claiming it to be. The VIP is very small. We had 12 people in our party and there was not enough room for all of us to sit. Once another VIP party showed up, we were stepping all over each other. Very small and inadequate nightclub. The photos do not reflect how the club actually looks. It is very dingy and dirty looking. The VIP sections is horribly small and cramped. No bottle service and there is a dress code when they "choose" for it to be one. Lots of homeless/beggars in the surrounding area and usually hanging outside of the club. You would think that after paying for VIP that you would get some type of Bottle service as well but instead they want everyone to buy individual drinks. For a standard drink such as a Crown and Coke is $15..... OUCH!!
Find somewhere else to go, you will thank me for it later.
Really fun time at Trinity.
First off I would like to say that some of the people on this website are really picky people. They are complaining about the service of the bartenders, and thhat the dance floor is packed, and the bouncers actually do their jobs. If you are saying this kinda stuff your not a very fun person and I would not enjoy going to a club with you. OK, Trinity is sweet. Very nice atmosphere. Lots of vip areas, and the go go girls are smoking. The drinks are a little weak but thats ok becuase i like to be able to drink my drinks. We were at Ambers and the drinks were soo strong we couldnt even drink them. We ate at The Metropolitan grill then headed out to a couple bars/clubs. Ambers was to stuffy not fun, more of a chill place. Supper club was empty. Trinity was really fun. Im a good looking military guy, and i was impressed with this place.
Bouncers are a bit beefy and rude. The main dance floor gets packed on Fri/Sat nite, and i didnt like the constant music changing, meaning the DJ goes from Electronic to Hip Hop in no time, a bit weird of a mix if u ask me.
The drinks are not cheap, and very weak. The only smart approach to this place is getting in before 9pm hanging out for a while and grabbing your drink somewhere else nearby.
Good place for a Friday.
Love it on a Friday night, avoid it on a Saturday.
Drink prices are about the same as the other places i go, bouncers have always been great and friendly to me and my mates. There's a free before 11pm guest list you can sign up for on their site.
Friday has good music in the bigger room but Saturday it's very crowded, drunker guys who aren't good with the word no - which is where the nice bouncers can come in handy, longer waits at the bar and long lines outside, make sure you get there before 10.30 to avoid them.
The other 5 star reviews for this place are obviously fake, they are ALL from people with 1 review and some of them are all from the same day (4 5 star reviews on ONE day?) Avoid this dump
If you want to go to a club that's filled with people who think they're in a music video, full of dudes who have perfected the "drive by grinding," just haven't met your bottle blonde quota for the day, or think it's great to be surrounded by tourists or other folks who don't know any better, then by all means go to Trinity. It's too bad too 'cuz I actually like a lot of the DJs who spin here. I'd just rather catch 'em on the nights that they're spinnin' elsewhere.