Speakeasy-style rooftop bar in iconic building, with amazing 360° views.
Smith Tower is a true icon on the Seattle skyline, and in 1914 it became the first skyscraper in the city, and the tallest building west of the Mississippi River. Beautiful from the outside, things get even more impressive if you head up to the top of the building.
Travel the original Otis elevator to the 35th floor, and arrive at the Observatory & Bar, where you are surrounded with stunning 360-degree views of Seattle and Puget Sound.
The views are best enjoyed at the outside and breezy Observatory deck, while drinks and bites are served at the speakeasy-style and prohibition-inspired interior bar. The rooftop menu includes barrel-aged liquors, classic and signature cocktails, craft brews and a locally inspired selection of shareable plates.
To get to the rooftop bar you need to buy admission to the Smith Tower Observatory, which currently cost $19.
The 35th floor Observatory can be reserved for private events, and Smith Tower also holds an additional private indoor-outdoor event venue on the 22nd floor.