Dance Clubs: In previous years, this Capitol Hill club was one of Seattle's best venues for dancing, and although the competition has increased, Neighbours still offers a good time. Many of its patrons are gay, but many are also straight, now that the place has mellowed and expanded its reach. Thanks to a large dance floor, clubbers show off their moves with abandon, shaking and gyrating to everything from techno and disco to R&B and even the pop tunes that everyone disavows but loves nonetheless. Everyone's welcome, and you're certain to see a wide variety of patrons. After all, fun has no boundaries.
Local Expert Corinne Whiting Says:
Dance Clubs: "Neighbours has plenty of competition nowadays, but it is still popular as one of Seattle's oldest GLBT nightspots, having opened on Labor Day weekend in 1983."
Best for Dance Clubs Because: Neighbours, one of the Seattle's longest-running GLBT nightspots, now draws patrons from near and far to its lively dance floor.