10 Best Seattle Entertainment

  • 1. Mystery
    321 3rd Ave S 208, Seattle
    Liz Pearce - I tried this service this weekend and it was very cool! They arrange a multi-stop experience -- including transportation -- based on the preferences you share (including budget) in their on-boarding survey. You don't know where you're going until you pull up at the location! If you like surprises and having other people do your planning for you, you should give this a shot.
    Chris Manderino - What's not to love about Mystery! Full transparency I won the Fresh Chalk Karmadays for this in August...but I wanted it BAD so put almost all my tokens in :-). After over 20 years of marriage - date night (especially during a pandemic) needs a bit more fun and this was perfect. The whole point is to not tell you what we experienced...because yeah it's a MYSTERY. I look forward to booking another one soon. Everyone I know should be booking one of these for your next date night.
    Lindsay Pedersen - I did a Mystery date with my two kids and it was a total pleasure.
    recommended by Samuel Sunderaraj, Kate Leroux
  • 5030 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle • University District
    Brooklyn Benjestorf - The most incredible selection of films in the city. Obscure, independent films, VHS tapes from your childhood you thought you'd never see again, foreign films you could never find on Netflix—they have it all. My partner and I like to rent old kaiju films from them.
    Travis Ritter - The best video store around, where you can find DVD and VHS videos that aren't streaming anywhere else. Their staff is top-notch and their selection is perhaps one of the greatest on the entire West Coast. It's a treasure to have a classic video store in our city.
    recommended by Jason Baxter
  • 1426 1st Ave, Seattle
    Ryan Burt - What can I say? Best Seattle music venue, hands down. The Pike Place location, of course.
  • 400 Broad St, Seattle • South Lake Union
    James Gates - Very tall, not a fan of heights didn't go up. Cool to see though.
  • 2505 1st Ave, Seattle
    Della Glein - This intimate, 21+ theater shows first run movies. Luxury seats, yummy white cheddar popcorn and signature cocktails make it an excellent date night! This is the ONLY place we see movies.
  • 1113 6th Ave, Seattle • Downtown
    Erin McDonald - We participated in this for Valentine's day and it was a blast. Funny storyline, good acting, and the mystery was cleverly laid out. Highly recommended for a unique date night.
  • Edward Nevraumont - Best tv show ever made
  • 7400 Sand Point Way NE, Seattle
    Ron Zanetti - pnwmotorcyclesafety.com

    My son and I took a beginners class as a father son get away and really enjoyed it. They provide the motor cycles and gear and are very safe. We had fun negotiating obstacles and watching the trainer scale a 6 foot vertical wall!
  • 206 Broadway E, Seattle • Capitol Hill
    Mikaila McLane - Axe throwing!!! I was so nervous at the beginning but they are very safe and make sure to spend a lot of time coaching you through safe throwing techniques.
  • Karina Kunins - We just hired Vanessa (aka DJ baby van Beezly) and I have to say, she’s by far my favorite Dj we’ve ever hired for a party. She was not only professional, she came in at last minute when another Dj canceled on us. Apparently there are many Djs not doing karaoke anymore (due to covid). Vanessa rocked our 16 yo’s Bday party - kids and adults had a BLAST!
    She’s pricey, but I’d hire her again in a heartbeat! She’s also a well known DJ on Cap Hill.