Every Monday night, on a tiny basement stage in Belltown, The Magic Hat gives comedians a place to tell jokes and audience members a chance to tell personal stories — and, at the end, people tell secrets in the dark.
"I love it here, I think that’s the difference. I genuinely care about this place and I love the intimacy of the room. Plus it has this incredible history of being a speak easy, and a place where rebels and roustabouts hung out."
"Today, the restaurant is undergoing a renaissance as new ownership and Seattle celebrity chef Simon Pantet take it over, bringing it back to its original speakeasy roots."
"There are so few places in Seattle that provide what the Jewelbox provides. This is why the room is so versatile from being able to show films to music performances, fringe theatre productions to cabaret and comedy. "