Witness: WC’s Southern Comfort & Charm
This newish Broadway bar has delivered great times every visit! Drinks are Southern kitsch with their Libations menu! The decor is classic, clean Southern church themed, and the bar staff are classy, talented and well dressed. The head bartender leads a passionate sermon at 10pm on Saturday nights! Be there for good times!
The Water Closets are fine tuned!
Nice thick, solid doors! Great cement floor. Rustic shelves with old Southern furniture. Baskets of towels. Classic soap dispensers. Divine paintings referencing Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam and classic cock paintings fit into Cap. Hill quite well. Very pleasant experience, and well stocked! The posters outside the restroom with Sir Frederick Douglas will entertain if there is a line. This is where you’d bring Frank Underwood when he visits Seattle.
Cleanliness: 4 out of 5 toilets
Stocked: 5 out of 5 toilets
Unique: 4 out of 5 toilets
Smell: 5 out of 5 toilets
Nitelite Lounge: Classic Old and Dirty!
There are no places in Seattle that are known to have a stiffer beverage than the Nitelite. This dive bar has been pouring heavy for ages, and doing it with the classic bad attitude it’s had for ages. The Nitelite makes missing the openers for your show at the Moore worth it! Slam a quick drink or two, and you are all set! Great to see they decorate Eddie from Iron Maiden for the holidays! The bartenders here have the attitude you’d want in such a lovely place! They will also remind you (maybe in a not so friendly way) that it is cash only!
The bathrooms at Nitelite hold that classic dive-tastic feeling as well! Anyplace with a trough always gets right to my heart! The floors are an odd good olde linoleum, and the walls are graffiti filled, and the bathroom has a strong odor that reminds you that you are indeed in a grunge, divey bathroom from the 1910’s.
Cleanliness: 2 out of 5 toilets
Stocked: 3 out of 5 toilets
Unique: 2 out of 5 toilets
Smell: 1 out of 5 toilets