Best Dancing in Seattle’s Capitol Hill

A hub of inclusivity, Capitol Hill offers some of the best nightlife in the city as the streets climb away from the water. For diverse dance styles, check out these three great spots to groove all night.

Century Ballroom

via Flickr user Mark Atwood

via Flickr user Mark Atwood

An experience of glitz and glamour in a historic space, Century Ballroom offers classes and events to get back to a lost world of social and ballroom dancing, with styles ranging from swing to salsa. Inclusive of all levels and abilities, most events offer classes beforehand so you can brush up on the basics, and instructors circulate throughout the evening to answer your questions. Swing by Tin Table across the hallway for refreshments, and then dance the night away.

You can find Century Ballroom at 915 E Pine St.

Q Nightclub

via Flickr user James Dean

via Flickr user James Dean

Paying precise attention to the ambiance, Q Nightclub crafts a top-of-the-line audiovisual experience to dance to in the expansive space, leaving plenty of room to show off your dance moves. House-infused flavored vodkas number among the numerous specialty cocktails to grease the evening and keep your feet moving. DJs spin all night long for a raucous evening tearing up the dance floor in the inviting atmosphere at Q.

You can find Q Nightclub at 1426 Broadway.

The Baltic Room

via Lara604

via Flickr user Lara604

Hosting DJs, vocalists, and jazz bands depending on the day of the week, the lounge atmosphere at The Baltic Room in no way inhibits a swinging dance floor. Sparkling lights glint off deep wood tones and exposed brick that are richly mood lit for a night of allure and mystery. The Baltic Room is the perfect spot for a romantic date of dancing and imbibing at this historic Capitol Hill staple.

You can find The Baltic Room at 1207 Pine St.

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