Found this place on a tourist website for things to do while we were in Seattle on the weekend. We attended the Glitterati performance and really enjoyed it. This tickets were about $50 which included a dinner and show. Great value. The venue itself is downstairs, very dark and small place. We arrived at 6pm when the doors openned and had a couple drinks first. It did get quite warm in there but the temperatures in Seattle on the weekend were apparently unnormally high; so not sure if it is always that warm. Great place to stop by after checking out Pike Market during the afternoon. The meal was good. It is soup and you have a choice of salad and meal and then pay for drinks and dessert. The wait-staff was very friendly and professional. The show itself started about 7:30. We had finished our meals and could enjoy the show but others arrived later and were able to continue the serving while the show went on. Seeing the show is not the best as many of the tables are off to the side of the stage, the stage is not very big, and the performers did an amazing job not falling off :-). The show itself was well worth the money. The performers were talented, sexy, quirky, and funny. The performances were interesting and entertaining. There was a table that brought a young boy (maybe 12) to the performance which I thought was odd as the performers did strip down to their pasties and there was some swearing.
Overall, I would recommend this to people who enjoy dinner theatre. Don't over dress though - very warm.
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