The best part of fall is that the night comes faster and things to do get a little more... dramatic. Whether your taste in evening entertainment is high brow or kid-friendly, here's 8 places to save the next time you venture out in the dark in Seattle.
1. Smith Tower Observatory
Hoping for a delicious meal with a view? The Smith Tower Observatory is the place to go. Take advantage of your locals discount and experience the iconic Smith Tower Observatory with its stunning 360-degree views of Seattle and open-air viewing deck for just $12 (available in-person with valid WA state ID). Enjoy elegant cocktails and mouth-watering food while photographing the inspiring city lights. Click here to save $5 off food and drink!
2. 5th Avenue Theatre
Looking for something a little more dramatic? Head over to the 5th Avenue Theatre for one of their new Autumn performances! Enjoy the unforgettable and lovable classic Annie; revel in the artistic majesty of West Side Story; or experience the electrifying Rock of Ages! Click here to save 10% on best seats at one of them!
3. Poppy Restaurant
Before embarking on your journey into performance art, grab a bite to eat! Ready to dive into delicious seasonal cuisine? James Beard Award-winning chef Jerry Traunfeld gives sustainable food an artistic twist at Poppy. Enjoy herbs and spices from near and far creatively incorporated into an inspiring, always-changing menu of small and large plates, cocktails, and desserts, while overlooking North Capitol Hill’s streetscape. Poppy also features a daily thali; a tray of 10 harmonious dishes served at once! Click here to save $20 on your next meal!
4. Seattle Festival Orchestra
If you’re a fan of classical music and want to get out of the house with friends, spend a afternoon out on the town and enjoy a concert devoted to Brahms at the Seattle Festival Orchestra on October 23rd (or October 22nd if you plan to bring the kids). Travel back into the 19th century as the symphony sounds wash over you. Click here to save 50% on full-price tickets to Brahms (regularly $18)!
5. Suzuki Institute of Seattle
If your child loves going to the family friendly shows at the Seattle Festival Orchestra, it might be a great time to propose music lessons. Kids are curious and music is important for their development, so if they’re feeling inspired, help them try something new. Music is not only an enjoyable art form, but also a complex form of communication. Music can convey emotions, ideas, and sometimes even colors, making it a perfect mode for them to express themselves! Bring them to meet the educators at the Suzuki Institute of Seattle where they can get thorough musical training in their instrument of choice! Click here to save 50% on an Explore Suzuki Music class!
6. Childish Things
So now that you’ve got a little Mozart practicing in your home, get them involved with the school orchestra where they will work together with a large group and accomplish their first musical feats. They’ll also work to cure their stage fright as recitals pop up on occasion; but with recitals comes dressing for success. Before a big performance, bring your kid to Childish Things where you can pick up all sorts of clothing and accessories to turn your musician into a star! Click here to save 30% on one new item!
7. Century Ballroom
Want to do something a little more active while staying warm? Whether you’re inexperienced or a pro at social dancing, Century Ballroom hosts classes frequently so you can Salsa, Swing, or Bachata your way into the new season. Don’t forget to bring a friend because remember, it takes two to Tango! Click here to get two five-week series beginning dance classes for the price of one!
8. The Tin Table
Looking for a dinner that feels like a celebration? Hoping to enjoy a beautiful meal while socializing in relaxing ambiance? Whether it’s a leisurely meal or a quick bite, The Tin Table offers all of that! And since it’s just across the hall from The Century Ballroom, you can grab a quick bite to eat before trying out Kizomba! Click here to save $20!