Be Risqué with a Fun Burlesque Night in WA Before the Summer Is Over
Be Risqué with a Fun Burlesque Night Out on the Town in Seattle, Washington
Washington state has some hidden gems that I love to share from time to time. The burlesque scene in Seattle is definitely on my list for a truly unique and out-of-the-box experience to enjoy! If you have been feeling "blah" this summer, you need to put some excitement into your life and one way to do that is by going to a fabulous burlesque show to lift your spirits!
We have 3 highly recommended places to go for a fun burlesque night in Seattle. Fair warning and disclaimer: All of these suggested burlesque places are NOT available nor recommended for kids under the age of 18! Have fun with a burlesque night!
Feeling Randy? Try a Burlesque Night Before the Summer Is Over
95 Pine St
It's dinner theater meets the cabaret! They had us at "food" and culinary delights and kept our interest with the addition of a cabaret show! Can Can has a soup du jour (soup of the day) by the bowl or cup, a summer quinoa salad, and a delectable menu worth a look. Amongst the dozens of tasty items on the menu is a charcuterie plate, pomme frites, coconut shrimp, burrata, salmon, and filet mignon. Now thru August 28th, they have two showings of "LOLA: SEATTLE'S WORLD CLASS DINNER THEATRE FEATURING THE BEST OF DANCE, CABARET, AND BURLESQUE."
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1919 Post Alley
Very popular for its unique spin on burlesque, including trapeze artists, The Pink Door is an iconic place to take in a fabulous burlesque dance show in Seattle. If you're lucky, you'll come across the Tarot Reader! They serve Italian food in the restaurant and provide you with beautiful views of Elliott Bay. Enjoy The Pink Door for lunch, dinner, desserts, and adult beverages. They are open Tuesdays through Saturdays.
300 Broadway E
One of my besties took me here for my birthday years ago and I have never forgotten how much fun I had at Julia's On Broadway! There is no other experience like it. Let's have a kiki and shut down the party! Open Thursdays through Sundays at various hours so you'll have to check the schedule for the times. I just found out they've also been doing Happy Hour forever, I wish I had known that when I was visiting Seattle earlier this month when I was on vacation! Le Faux is "the longest running drag show" in Seattle. I am dying to try their "Throwback Drag Brunch"!