This venue is ranked #11 of 27 venues in Seattle
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We had a great time at the show and enjoyed the venue very much!
Liked: Good view of stage. Excellent food and drink.
Our first visit to the Triple Door when we attended Brandi Carlile's Raise the Roof benefit in September 2013. I had heard many great recommendations about this venue from friends so I was excited to try it out. I was not disappointed. This is a great venue! We sat toward the back in the center of the room. Great sound quality and comfortable seats! We enjoyed the show tremendously. We did order food from the attached restaurant Wild Ginger. The only problem was it was hard to see the menu and the food. The only light available were small candles. We indulged in a bottle of wine (which was fine). The food was a bit salty, for us, but other's may like it. Bottom line... you'll have a great experience at the Triple Door. If you are eating dinner, you may want to go to the restaurant before the show to enjoy your meal. But if you are pressed for time and don't mind eating in the dark, order in the venue.
Liked: Great sound quality.
Disliked: Too dark to eat.
Rayeann P, Olympia
Tickets were easy to buy online, and the seats were great - right at the front.
Liked: Location, venue and service were all excellent. The show was incredible.
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