Seattle, WA 98112
- Mon-Sat 8pm-2am
- Coat Check, Dance Floor, Free Wifi, Multi-Level
Seattle Weekly's Description
The decor of Seattle nightclubs can tread the line between absurd and nonexistent, as anyone can attest who's looked up in the Crocodile or tried not to focus on the clown painting in Neumo's. The Baltic Room-named after a region that includes Russia and Sweden and peppered with paper lanterns and a Buddha statuette or two-is no different. Once a piano bar, the small and idiosyncratic Baltic sits on the slope where Pine meets downtown, an ideal stop during an evening of clubbing, if not the only destination.
Tips from foursquare
Check out Threesome Thursdays 10 to 1am, $4 double wells and $3 shots, best Thursday Dance Party
come check out the remodel...more room to dance 8)
Great drum and bass on tuesday nights
I felt like i was at a wal-mart in alabama.
They have a $4 wells for 4 hours happy hour Mon-Sat, 5pm-9pm! More info and a free Happy Hour app at happyhours.seattleweekly.com !
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Best Of Awards
David Moravec's charming personality and lightning-quick speed behind the bar keeps things running smoothly even on the Baltic's busiest nights.