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Map & Directions 206 Fifth Ave. N.
Seattle, WA 98109
  • Daily 3pm-2am
  • Patio/Sidewalk Dining
  • Pitchers


Seattle Weekly's Description

Funhouse quite accurately bills itself as "Seattle's Premiere Punk Club." Grungy and ramshackle, it sits in the shadow of the Seattle Center's sleek Space Needle and Experience Music Project. A typical night might feature a well-curated lineup of live punk, rock or metal - with local bands, touring favorites, and underrated classics alike - along with stiff drinks. When there's no band Funhouse is still built for good times, what with the back patio's basketball hoop, pinball machine, and one of the city's best jukeboxes.

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  • Ashley420 wrote a review for Funhouse
    on 02/02/10

    Cheap drinks and dirty punk rock music. Plus you can smoke and play basketball in the back yard. Yes, I said backyard. It's much more than a patio.

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Tips from foursquare

  • Sione on 07/20/10

    Head here for a show and enjoy cheap beers and a relaxing patio to smoke and drink at. Basketball and pool, too!

  • Jimsan D. on 06/05/10

    $1 pbr Monday. Poop before you enter. Good times.

  • Jackson W. on 05/01/10

    Grimey. Punk rock. Beer. Love it.

  • Jason on 06/07/12

    Seattle's best Punk bar!Go, see a show before they go away

  • Laura F. on 10/04/11

    Try the jello shots!

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