Celebrate Pride at these amazing LGBTQIA+ bars in Capitol Hill!
For a long time now, Capitol Hill has been Seattle’s LGBTQIA+ community epicenter, and June is all about celebrating this amazing community and its people. Here are some of the best LGBTQIA+ bars in Cap Hill you should visit.
1. The Cuff Complex
This bar features a large main floor area with billiards and dart areas, a shared “living room”, and a large outside patio, so you can hang out with friends, or make new ones. Since 1993, The Cuff Complex mission has been to provide some of the best queer experiences in Seattle.
Where: 1533 13th Ave, Seattle, WA.
2. The Queer/Bar
Queer/Bar is an inclusive bar located in Cap Hill. Home base for the queer community, this place offers weekly karaoke nights, Ru Paul’s Drag Race viewings, and Sunday Brunch. Queer/Bar celebrates Seattle’s LGBTQIA+ community, and provides a fun space for every visitor!
Where: 1518 11th Ave. Seattle, WA 98122
This carnival-themed bar it’s a sensory overload. From incredible cocktails, to corn dogs, arcade, and drag brunch, Unicorn has a little something for everyone. Narwhal (the brother bar downstairs) and Unicorn are well known for their unique decor, and sugary drinks, like the “Unicorn Jizz”.
Where: 1118 E, Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98122
Women-owned and operated since 1984, Wildrose it’s proudly one of the oldest bars for women in Seattle. They offer daily specials, nachos, taco Tuesday, cold drinks, and karaoke night.
Where: 1021 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
5. Madison Pub
No DJ’s, No Cover, No Problems
This bar is remarkably popular due to its laidback vibe. Here you can find beers, darts, and lots of baseball caps. Madison Pub is intended for all those people looking for a casual night of drinks with friends, or just to enjoy the latest sports game.
Where: 1315 East Madison Street, Seattle, WA 98122.