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

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Looking for a change of scenery for your next night out? Look to the sky — or the Space Needle, that is. Indulge in an exclusive culinary experience in the iconic Space Needle upon the world’s first and only revolving glass floor, 500 ft. above Seattle.

The Loupe Lounge offers guests limited-edition menus each Loupe season, featuring showstopping mixology paired with locally-influenced food towers to bring your night out to new heights. Prepaid reservations include VIP entry, a pre-selected multi-course culinary tower, three craft cocktails, and dessert. Reserve your spot.

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