What to Do in Seattle After a Day on the Water

There’s nothing like a day spent on the water with friends, mother nature, and a bunch of fish. That being said, that much time spent in the boat can wear anybody out, so once you’ve packed up the gear for the day, be sure to check out a few local favorites and skip the tourist traps to make the most of your Seattle weekend.

Nightlife – Bars and Karaoke

Hula Hula

1501 East Olive Way

Seattle, WA 98122

Hula Hula is a great place to grab a drink after a day on the water in Capitol Hill, one of Seattle’s favorite neighborhoods for nightlife.


Columbia Tower Sky View Observatory

701 5th Ave Floor 73

Seattle WA 98104

Forget the Space Needle – the best views of the city at night come from atop Seattle’s tallest building. The Columbia Tower’s Sky View Observatory is twice as high as Seattle’s most iconic structure and about 1/3 the price of admission. Enjoy 360-degree views of the water, the Eastside, and West Seattle without leaving the downtown area.

Live Music

The Triple Door

216 Union St

Seattle, WA 98101

Seattle’s a great music town, but at a certain age it can be annoying to be bumping into 20-year olds in a sweaty dive bar. The Triple Door offers great sound, atmosphere, and dinner served by Wild Ginger – sounds like a relaxing break from the action to us.

Ready to book your next Seattle fishing trip and make your weekend a memorable one? Bring your buddies and the significant others and make the most out of the trip with a guided salmon fishing trip with Captain Keith Robbins. Text 206-295-7031 today to book your next fishing trip!

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