Seattle >Arts & Entertainment > Can Can
94 Pike St, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810147.608934 -122.340370
Neighborhoods: Pike Place Market, Downtown
Enjoy dinner and a cocktail while checking out a great troupe of performers who put a lot into their shows.
Intimate tables, pink lighting and a subterranean setting create a shabby-chic speakeasy feel at Seattle's first can-can club. – In Short
Romance is in the air at this atmospheric Pike Place supper club, nudged along by intimate nooks, Parisian music, low lighting, wall murals of can-can dancers, candlelight--and can-can girls performing every hour from 7pm to 10pm. The wooden saloon-style bar is perfect for casually observing the action, but a rambling dinner makes an entertaining night out, and menu items, including pasta and seafood, are prepared fresh from Market ingredients.
Great Live Show – Went for a friends Bachelorette party was the best one I've been to. Great dancers, food, drinks, costumes, live music etc. They even did a special dance for my friend. When it's my time to do the whole Bachelorette thing this will be my place.
A Market Gem – This is a perfect new addition to the Pike Place Market. The setting is underground ...sort of speakeasy meets ny cabaret meets moulin rougue. the servers have amazing can can costumes and they dance too. the food was great, drinks were amazing and service was outstanding. go on early in the week if you want to avoid the crowds.
BEST PLACE IN SEATTLE – Great show, great food, great drink. Atomosphere galore. This place is a modern day Moulin Rouge.
Great New Place – Saw it on the cover of the Seattle Times "Ticket" and had to try it. They've only been open for a couple months and were voted #2 out of 10 clubs that have been open forever. Had to see what all the rage was. Went on Cinco di Mayo and had a blast. Drinks were out of this world...everything made from freshly squeezed juices. Food was great. It was the first day of releasing their full menu. I had procuitto wrapped pears with gorgonzola cheese....TO DIE FOR. This is my new home away from home
best birthday yet – i went to Can Can for my 21st birthday, i had such a great time the employees were personable and very friendly. the dancing was so fun and very cute and tasteful, i even recieved a special birthday dance from one of the servers who are all dancers from what i was told. the drinks were very fresh and very tastey. i would recommend the can can, for a great time with friends and family.
Where has this place been? – If you haven't been here, you haven't seen seattle. Quality bands, dancing girls, Good wine list and drinks and food that will make you keep coming back!
The Most Intriguing Club 2 Hit Seattle – This was my 2nd visit, the 1st on a weekday then on a weekend. My weekday visit was a great because it was less busy but I must say it is very exciting to be there on a Friday night when its slam packed.
THE FOOD WAS AMAZING. We started with the calamari and flat bread. The calamari was easily the best I have ever had. The flat bread was awesome too. It had grapes, cheese and caramelized onionsIve never had anything like it. For dinner I had the salmon with polentadelicious! This was the 1st time Ive had Salmon that tasted like Salmon opposed to being smothered in everything in the cupboard to cover up any inkling of taste that salmon may have. My girlfriend had a pasta w/mushroom and cream sauce. It was equally as delicious. Everybody at my table enjoyed their food and had a phenomenal time.
Thought it would be a great new place to try – but we were dissapointed. We will try again maybe later this year after they have time to work out their quirks. They service was incredibly slow. Our waitress was very nice, but when we ordered a drink it took forever to get it, and I think it took almost an hour to get our dinner after we ordered it. The live music was good but the dancing was nothing special. There were hardly any menu choices, and it was extremely overpriced for the portions that are given.
The best description I can think of is low grade bar food at upscale prices. We had 10 people at our table, the first person got there food literally 15 minuted before the last person. The portion size (especially for the pasta dishes) varied widely person to person. I had their version of Past Putenesca, which was a little bland with cool spots. I tried a bite of a friends salmon ( wich visually I could not identify as salmon) and if it was not a filet I would have thought it was canned. I have not had salmon that bad since I left the Midwest. Remember, though, that this place is only 5 weeks old and hopefully they will improve their kitchen and wait staff, but for now go have some drinks and enjoy the music and floor show. Just Do Not Order Food.
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