Dance Clubs / Venues

Mercury @ Machinewerks

features some of Seattle’s best Gothic/Industrial and electronic DJs, musicians and artists. This is a great place to dance or hang out with friends, relax, play pool and enjoy good conversations with interesting people. Mercury @ Machinewerks is a private club for members and their guests. Members are a diverse, tolerant and respectful community. The club is operated by volunteers.

Address: 1009 East Union
Seattle, WA 98122

Baltic Room

Located at the gateway to Capitol Hill, the Baltic Room features drinks, dancing, and live DJ’s,  from local up-and-comers  to internationally known talent, spinning everything from Reggae to EDM, Hip-Hop to House, Top Forty and more, six days a week.

Centered around an intimate dance floor, the venue features booth seating areas, balcony level VIP, three bars, state of the art sound, lights, visuals, and more, all coming together to make the Baltic Room a unique larger-than-life nightlife experience, unlike anything else Seattle has to offer.

Address: 1207 Pine St,
Seattle, WA 98101


Serving only vegan fare, the Highline is basically just a humongous wide-open room with seating for dozens, a photo booth, arcade games, a free foosball table, and Broadway’s best balcony. Also: live music, which skews toward metal, punk, and noise.

Address: 210 Broadway E,
Seattle, WA 98102

Societies & Groups


We are a DJ group in Seattle out to promote Industrial music. Our goal is to spin all forms of Industrial music and help bring new music to the scene. Our shows consist of social and political awareness, experimental dance shows, and art shows.

Address: 210 Broadway Ave E
Seattle, Washington

Seattle Gothic Film Society

Seattle Gothic Film Society is a small and humble group of individuals whose mission is to bring the dark minds of our community together through screening events, such as the annual Seattle Gothic Film Showcase, and promotions of other local spectacles in the Gothic realm.

Address: N/A

Bat City Productions

The inception of BCP came about when three members and an ally of a Seattle gothic social club wanted to go beyond the limits of the Goth community. They all, in their own way, disbanded from said social club. However, inside them was the need to build bridges. They wanted to unite the people, support the artists and the performers, the venues and promoters, but most of all, take care of the suppoters and fans of this city’s alternative scenes..

Address: N/A

Local Businesses

Ballyhoo Curiosity Shop

Located in the Historic District of Ballard, Ballyhoo Curiosity Shop fits somewhere between a natural history museum and an antique store. You’ll find an eclectic array of all things unusual, unique, and out of this world. We celebrate the art that exists in nature as well as the art that humankind has achieved both cross-culturally and through-out history. You’ll find skulls, fossils, wood carvings, jewelry, and so much more.

Address: 5445 Ballard Ave NW,
Seattle, WA 98107

Gargoyles Statuary

We offer a vast array of unique statuary, local art, paintings, prints, garden wares, fountains, columns, stained glass, skulls, candles, incense, fragrance & ritual oils and more! Gargoyles, dragons, fairies, gryphons, gnomes, cats, trolls, ravens, wolves, owls…please stop by & visit.

Address: 4550 University Way NE,
Seattle, WA 98105

Remedy Teas

Remedy Teas is an independently owned and operated business headquartered in Seattle, Washington. We’re on a mission to share our love of healthful tea to a new generation of tea drinkers with a contemporary feel.

Founded in 2006, Remedy Teas owners, Christopher Glenn & Rich Irish, strive to source the best teas available while offering the best customer service in the industry . . . because great tea and great customers make us who we are.

Address: 345 15th Ave E,
Seattle, WA 98112

Roy Street Coffee & Tea

It’s curtain time at Roy Street Coffee & Tea, where great coffees, teas, food, wines and beers are presented in a setting that invokes the feel of the theater and the character of the Capitol Hill community.

Roy Street’s beverage and food offerings are essential, but the unique, roomy, inspired-by-Starbucks® coffeehouse is also a place to view movies, enjoy live music, or just settle in with a good read and a delicious beverage.

We are proud to introduce the world to “The Phantom”, a Starbucks innovation being tested starting today! Roy Street barista Matt Leon and the new “Phantom”RE

Address: 700 Broadway E,
Seattle, WA 98102

Queen Mary Tea Room

The oldest independent tea room in America and is featured in Bruce Richardson’s book, The Great Tea Rooms of America. Richardson says, “If you want to feel like a Queen, this is the place to go.”  CNN Travel listed Queen Mary’s as one of the five great American tea rooms.

Queen Mary offers a unique tea experience that has attracted tea lovers from all over the world. Reviewers say, “Best tea place in the world,” and “Queen Mary Tea Room is a must experience” and “a tradition since my college days.” Tea lovers revel in the traditional British afternoon tea rituals.

Address: 345 15th Ave E,
Seattle, WA 98112

Georgetown Morgue

The Georgetown Morgue of Seattle is a facility for tragic stories of death. The morgue has a history of thousands of funeral preparations, cremations, and the processing of animal carcasses. The morgue holds what is considered to be the most horrifying unsolved crime in Seattle history. Nine of their staff were forced into the crematorium chamber. There were no surviving witnesses, nor were suspects ever identified.

Address: 5000 E Marginal Way S,
Seattle, WA 98134

Nevertold Casket Company

Haunted Goods: They can be old or new, made of gold and diamond or of simple paper mâché, mass produced or painstakingly hand made. It may be a fragile object d’art or a durable part of everyday life. A haunted good is an object of desire. It is haunted and it haunts. It instills the most sublime awe, even fear in the person that owns it and yet to the one haunted by it, there is nothing so beautifully perfect and comforting.

Address: 509 13th Ave,
Seattle, WA 98122

Edge of the Circle Books

Edge of the Circle Books is Seattle’s resource for Paganism & the Occult. This newsletter seeks to provide the Seattle community with a place to list events, post articles, and do a bit of networking.

If you have a Magical Group, Ritual Group, Pagan Church or organization, Druid Grove, please feel free to post your events and classes here. Meetups, talks, book signings, public rituals, etc—all are welcome here.

Address: 1307 NE 45th St
Seattle, Washington

The New York Xchange

The New York Xchange is an innovative concept store mixing Modern, Alternative and “Edgy” day to night fashions to create an eclectic collection of apparel, accessories & footwear

This NEW brick and mortar store on Broadway was created by the founding owner of the “famous” Metro Clothing Co, located for over 15 years in the city-arts district of Capitol Hill in Seattle, Washington.

After Metro closed its doors in 2015 founding owner Carl Mederios, with former Metro/Panache manager Jennafah Singer, came together to create, The New York Xchange. A place for people & fashion to come together and “xchange” ideas.

Address: 225 Broadway E,
Seattle, WA 98102

Chainsaw Mouth

Chainsaw Mouth is dedicated to bringing you interesting and consciously cultivated life & style content. C.M. fashion is fitted for the human form, unique and ethical. C.M. graphic prints are by living artist. C.M. music is conscious and alive.

DARK CITY VEGAN is true slow fashion. Built to last, Dark City Vegan is a Chainsaw Mouth brand that pairs with designers of the pacific northwest to create unique, functional, ethical, small run fashion pieces. Dark City Vegan donates a portion of profits made to the ACLU –

Are you interested in cultivating a conscious life?
practice mindfulness, question everything, get involved, Chainsaw Mouth

Address: N/A

The Belfry Oddities

The Belfry is a unique store to the Seattle area, offering a variety of visually interesting items from the mysterious and macabre to the beautiful and intriguing. We specialize in Victorian era mourning pieces, vintage taxidermy, human and animal bones and other items which reflect the fantastic realm of natural history.

The majority of our items are vintage or antique and as a result they may show wear. We will note any damage due to age whenever possible and always do our best to provide the highest quality antique and vintage items we can find. Do to the unique nature of our items we are not able to accept returns and all sales are final.

We understand and appreciate that taxidermy may not appeal to everyone. All of our taxidermy is vintage to the best of our knowledge and we do what we can to prevent the purchase of harvested animals. We feel that taxidermy is a way of giving praise to an animal that would no longer be alive and as animal lovers we feel honored to have these animals adorn our walls.

Address: 309a 3rd Ave S
Seattle, WA 98104

Attractions / Adventures

Zombie Escape Room

Ninja Escape presents two hilarious adventures in our NEW Belltown location.

You and your team of Ninja are locked in a room with a ravenous Zombie chained to the wall! Hidden in the room is a key that will unlock the door to your freedom. Every five minutes the hungry Zombie’s chain gets longer and longer and within an hour, the Zombie will be able to reach you.  You have 60 minutes to solve puzzles, find the key, and escape without getting eaten!

Address: 2412 2nd Ave,
Seattle, WA 98121

Spooked In Seattle Tours & Museum

Since 2004, Spooked in Seattle Tours, in association with AGHOST (Advanced Ghost Hunters of Seattle Tacoma), has been telling the REAL stories of haunted Seattle, and presenting evidence collected on actual paranormal investigations!

AGHOST, founded by Ross Allison in 2001,  is the oldest paranormal investigation group in the Pacific Northwest and has been featured on CNN, ABC Nightline, the Sy-Fy Channel and Evening Magazine, among others.

Address: 102 Cherry St.
Seattle, WA 98104

Defeat the Kraken in Fremont

Ninja! Our ancient enemy, the organization known as “The Kraken,” has emerged again.  They have stolen billions of dollars. They are develping deadly poisons. They are summoning giant alien creatures to eat your momma.

The world needs you! Assemble your ninja team, and accept the mission. Remember your training. Be the hero. Don’t die.

Address: 3800 Aurora Ave N #270,
Seattle, WA 98103

Seattle Underground Tours

Is Seattle’s most unusual attraction, a humorous stroll through intriguing subterranean storefronts and sidewalks entombed when the city rebuilt on top of itself after the Great Fire of 1889.

The 75-minute guided walking tour begins beneath Doc Maynard’s Public House, then spills into historic Pioneer Square, Seattle’s birthplace, before plunging underground for an exclusive, time-capsule view of the buried city.

Address: 614 1st Ave,
Seattle, WA 98104

Interesting & Spooky Places in Seattle

Lake View Cemetery

Lake View Cemetery is a cemetery located on Seattle, Washington, Capitol Hill just north of Volunteer Park. It is named for its view of Lake Washington to the east. It was founded in 1872 as the Seattle Masonic Cemetery. Interesting Burials Include: Bruce Lee, Brandon Lee, Lee Hoi-chuen,

Address: 1554 15th Ave E,
Seattle, WA 98112

Mystery Coke Machine

in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood lies the world’s most mysterious soda vending machine. Nobody knows the true history of the rusting machine, which looks like it was spat straight out of the Seventies, but locals continue to plunk down their change and the machine never seems to run out of stock. Who first installed the outdoor machine, who stocks it, and who collects the money are all a mystery..

Address: 918 E John St
Seattle, Washington

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