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Did you know you can dine 500 ft. above the city? That’s right, Seattle. Located in the iconic Space Needle, The Loupe Lounge offers diners a change of scenery on the world’s first and only revolving glass floor.

Each Loupe season features a limited-edition menu (hint: this spring season ends in late April) that pairs showstopping mixology with locally-influenced food towers that take a night out to new heights.

Towering bites + sophisticated sips

There are four different towers on the menu this season:

  • Elevated at Sea: Experience Lobster Rolls, Charred Miso Black Cod, Giant Tiger Prawns, Hot Smoked Salmon, Dungeness Crab Cakes, and other bites from the Pacific Northwest.
  • Butcher’s Tower: Diners get to try authentic Japanese A5 Wagyu Beef (the highest grade of beef), A5 Nigiri, Jerk Spiced Chicharron, Foie Gras, and other delights in this tower.
  • Space Forager: Sample a selection of vegetables, including a Micro Garden Salad, Impossible Sliders, Fried Kale Chips, White Bean hummus with Warm Garlic Pita Bread, and other small bites.
  • Omnivore’s Tower: Enjoy a selection of local meats and cheeses featuring Iberico Pork Wrapped Figs, Nduja Toast, Charred Rosemary Camembert Cheese, Marinated Olives and Peppers, and Iberico Charcuterie.

Are you drooling yet?

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Sip on craft cocktails, like the Intangible (pictured above), during the experience.

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The elevated experience (pun intended) doesn’t stop there. Their team of world-class mixologists craft cocktails that uniquely complement your Tower selection and taste preferences. Explore some out-of-this-world sips (like Top of Tahoma, Full Moon Mezcal, and Supernova Spritz) here.

Snag your seat

The best way to experience The Loupe Lounge is with a prepaid reservation. Guests can skip the lines with an exclusive entrance, and once they’re at the top, a concierge will dial in their preferred cocktail and tower selection. Bonus: Don’t come back down to Earth just yet — finish the night with Lunar Orbiter dessert (aka liquid nitrogen surrounding housemade macaroons). Make a reservation.


Which cocktail from the Loupe Lounge piques your interest? We’re curious.

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