by Jody Burgert on
I like that this place is open into the wee hours so I can burn off all the vodka red bulls I've been drinking at other clubs/bars. The club is large and spacious and there's even that awesome tree house thing you can play in! What I don't like is the fact you can't re-enter the club without having to wait in line again! What is up with that? My friend accidentally exited because when I texted her I was outside, she thought I meant outside outside! There was a long line by then so she had to wait alone in the cold with a random guy hitting on her to get back in! Booo.
by Chris on
place was awesome. The girls are really cute theres a girl for every guys taste and they are easy to approuch. Dont know about the beer or alchol cause I dont drink and drive. But anyways theres this one blonde that gave me her first ever lap dance and it was awesome. I am going to be going back.
by Lorne C. on
After dining here, I can see why people are reporting problems. While we had some brunch items last Sunday, we noticed three tables around us having problems which include waiting 40 mins for food, being charged for items that were wrong, servers who have to ask someone (e.g. front house manager or chef) for everything little thing including whether that could refund something the table didn't even order. In the end, our breakfast items were good, not nothing special or great. We ended up have standard eggs, bacon and potatoes. They overcharged on a small item, which the server couldn't fix (credit to the credit card) but ended giving us the change back. But the waiter was at least friendly. I would be hard-pressed to go to this place again. Maybe at 3-5 am, which seems little the right time and place. (Were you don't care what the service or food is like, sorta like ATL Diner). :-P
by Cliff Leyvas on
Go here on Thursdays- there's no cover- after getting your drink on at a cheaper bar. The drinks here are overpriced and it's so loud that it's hard to even tell the bartender what you want. There's a small red room with pseudo-Asian themed decor that plays hip hop on Thursdays, a slightly larger blue and white room that houses the drum n bass dj, and the largest room plays techno/house. Trinity tries to be a glitzy, mainstream club, and they have a ridiculous line out the door on Friday and Saturday nights. C'mon, this is Seattle, not Vegas or LA. No club here is THAT exclusive, the "guest list" that you can sign up for for free online is just to make the club seem more exclusive and popular. Still, it's kind of fun to go dancing here if you don't mind mainstream, trendy, overly made up and perfumed people. There are usually a few people on the dance floor who really seem to be there for the music and to have fun and dance- either that or they're friends/SOs of the dj.