Seattle >Arts & Entertainment > Trinity Night Club
111 Yesler Way, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810447.601647 -122.333209
Neighborhoods: Pioneer Square, Downtown
THE GOOD REVIEWS ARE OBVIOUSLY WRITTEN BY OWNER/STAFF – Probably the worst bar experience I have ever had in my entire life. The main male bartender at the front bar is a pretentious P.O.S that I hope someday gets pulled over the bar and dragged outside into the streets. The club is pretty nice as far as the layout is concerned, the place appeared clean and the DJ in the front room spun very good tracks. The girl/guy ratio was actually very good but you need to get there before 10 because you'll get in free and if you wait until 11:30ish then you probably will not get in AT ALL if you are a guy. Overall it was a good nightclub experience and it would have been the entire package if that snooty buttstuffer bartender was fired.
Pretty Cool – This is definitely a must try. I have been there once and cant wait to go there again.
Really loved the setting of the place.
The Innermost Circle of Hell – This place is the best place in the world--if you happen to be be a pretentious git lacking the common sense of a garden slug. The line is ungodly long, the drinks are overpriced and watered-down and the clientele...well, if you're as deep as a mud puddle and just as interesting, you'll fit right in here. Prepare to have tequila slopped all over you by girls whose only charms hang out of their shirts and vapid man-children without even those charms. Brace yourself to be trampled by the rudest freaks this side of a Klan meeting and cash in your 401(k) if you plan on having more than 1 or two drinks that you don't have to ring out of your shirt. I'd rather spend my night reading Scientology books while having my genitals beaten with a ball-peen hammer. All in all, this place isn't worth the time you've just spent reading this review. The only complimentary thing I can say about this place is that my hour there was the second most positive experience I've ever had in Pioneer Square. But I've only partied down there 6 or 7 times. My recommendation: you'll probably have a better time @ Earl's on University Ave.
Great dance club and bar for your birthday or other celebration! – This is one of the best dance clubs in Seattle. The place has two different large dance floors allowing your friends lots of options. They play the latest music with packed dance floors that you can feel comfortable joining all throughout the night! The security is professional and efficient getting you in the door. People are required to dress fairly nicely, so you don't have the same sketchy feel as you do at other pioneer square dance clubs. The bar carries top shelf liquor at slightly lower than average prices for Pioneer Square. The cover is $10-15 on Fridays and Saturdays, so you may want to get there early. The club doesn't close until 3 AM on Saturdays allowing for more celebration with you friends. This is definitely a young professional 20s hangout. I highly recommend it if you are looking for a fun night out!
Clubwise: One of Seattle's BEST! – If you're looking for an upbeat swanky club to get your party on you should def consider Trinity. For those accustomed to a nightlife of grimy, crowded, over-rated, under-aged, cheap, rude, and put your safety at risk venues than I can see why Trinity comes off as snobby to you. It is simply the best club in town, especially in the Pioneer Square area. It?s a legit business and upholds high standards unlike so many of the other clubs in the area that continuously close and open their doors. I?ve taken out-of-town and out-of-country visitors, thrown birthday parties, ladies-night-out, and partied just for the fun of it and it?s always been good times at Trinity. Never once have I been concerned about mine and other?s safety. Saturday nights are the best in my opinion, but guest DJs, bollywood nights, and other themed parties are fun too. Love the separately decorated rooms, two floors, and assortment of music; there?s always enough space to get away from the crowds if you need to and seating to rest your feet. And of course important for the ladies, the bathrooms are always spotless CLEAN! Def one of my fav clubbing spots!!
Great for a night out! – This place has three rooms, but there is really just one main dance floor, and it's always so packed on Friday and Saturday nights that you get pushed and shoved as people try to push through the crowd. It gets so hot in there that I need to go outside and cool down at least a couple times a night or I'll have melted by the end of the night. The music here is good and it's mostly Top 50 stuff. The "blue room" is the techno room and there are people dancing in there, but it's usually pretty empty. There is definitely a difference between the Friday night crowd and the Saturday night crowds.
Some of the bouncers are rude and will try to find any reason they can to not let you inside. I've had friends who were forced to pay to get in even though they saw their name on the VIP list and they were there before 11pm. I've also had a friend who tried to get in with his REAL ID and was accused of using a fake and not allowed inside the club even though a policeman verified his ID. I've also had another friend who was kicked out simply because he was standing outside the bathroom waiting for me! It was early in the night and he'd only had one drink, so he definitely wasn't anywhere even near drunk. Bouncers have ruined the night for me more than anything else at this club.
DONT WASTE UR TIME!!!! – One of the worst clubs that I have ever been to. The staff was not very friendly and did not seem to know what was going on most of the time. The business has a online web site that allows you to RSVP but I guess they don't get that info. to the other staff that night. The inside of the club is just as bad as the outside. It is as if they keep it dark, not for the atmosphere, but so you don't see the holes in the walls. We came up from Houston TX to see the Seattle night life and this is deff. not it. Would never go again.
The Goods and the Bads – The club was nice overall, the music was hot, and i love the crowd. The environment was great! However, the bathroom is gross, one of the worse i've seen. Most of the staff was okay, but this one bartender just totally ignored us one time. Every now and then the service just plain bad.
Worth the time to visit – While in Seattle recently I visited Trinity my first night there. I just thought I'd write a review to keep you updated. There are 3 rooms, not as big as they make it seem on the club's website but decent. The main room played top 40, hip hop, and mix. The blue room had house (not too crowded on a Friday night) and the third room was an asian themed lounge and the dj played hip hop there as well. NO rude doorman in my opinion but I did overhear one of them be rude to some other customers. I didn't have to wait long for my drinks and there was a $10 cover with $2 coat check. The main room was very crowded but I like it like that = )
WORST SERVICE I HAVE EVER EXPERIENCED. I WILL NEVER GO BACK... – The staff was so rude. The service was slow, the bathrooms smelt, and only had one working toliet. The club itself was beautiful, and I liked the diffrent rooms you could go into, but it wasn't nice enough to make up for the people who work there. I wounldn't recommened it to anyone, if you want service and a friendly bartender go somewhere else, your not going to get it here.
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