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  • 111 Yesler Way

    Seattle, WA 98104

  • Phone: 206-447-4140


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Three nightlife experiences in one, Trinity caters to those clubgoers always looking for something new. The most action can be found in the Main Room, which features a spacious dance floor, state-of-the-art lighting and sound systems and a DJ booth constructed from a pulpit. Relax with a cocktail and tasty dim sum or sushi in the elegant, scarlet-hued Card Room, and then surrender yourself to the beat in the ultra-trendy, futuristically-lit Blue Room. The club attracts top talent from across the country and beyond, who spin a fresh mix of Top 40, hip-hop, house and more. So go ahead and get your dance on.

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John Ferri

Ten Best Logo 03 Local Expert Says:

"Acknowledged by many scenesters as the best club in Seattle, Trinity's name has a Goth tinge to it. But on the dance floor genres blend fluidly, with a slate of national and international DJs doling out house, trance, break beats, and jungle, among other styles."


Best for Dance Clubs Because: Trinity Nightclub spices things up with varied spaces offering eclectic, happenin' vibes. Find music genres from hip-hop to house.
 

10BEST USERS SAY...

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    "Do not use the restrooms while you are at this club! The ladies room door stands wide OPEN and security guys (of the opposite sex) stare into the room while you are inside. For no reason security personnel will manhandle and remove you without provocation (& this is how they treat single ladies!). I've been to nicest clubs from east to west coast; have never experienced this type of 'open door bathroom' treatment. Give me a break: I'd rate it minus 1 or much less."
 

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    8/2/2013
    WHAT I Liked:

    TERRIBLE!!!!!!!! OK, it did have music. And It does have a dance floor with a DJ. The music was current. Drinks are weak/expensive and there is a cover charge.

    WHAT I Disliked:

    This is NOT a swanky night club. The security personnel are awful. It is more like a prison atmosphere with burly 'guards.' Do they feel their atmosphere is so dangerous they have to physically abuse the party goers? Bouncers are not 'just doing their jobs;' they are manhandling clientele, both women and men! It's a wonder they don't get sued.