The Stables is a fully restored historic rental venue in the Georgetown neighborhood of Seattle.
Originally used by The Meadows Racetrack in the very early 1900’s, this venue boasts high ceilings, brick walls and beautiful wooden ceiling beams. It is the perfect venue to hold your unique event.
This 2,500 sq. foot venue includes a large main room with a full open kitchen and a stage, which opens up into a 2,500 sq. foot patio area. It also contains an entry parlor, a lounge with a gas fireplace centerpiece and two private restrooms. The interior capacity is 120 guests. Our total indoor/outdoor capacity is 200.
The entry parlor is the perfect place to welcome guests, post information, check in coats, or place a gift table or a guest book. The parlor measures 217 sq. feet.
The Main room houses all things vintage including a curved bar, wooden park benches and a large sectional for your leisure. Other treasures from the past include jukeboxes, coin-operated kiddie rides, a dining booth and a set of McDonalds tables and chairs so you can make any meal a happy meal. The venue has two bathrooms both accessible from the main room. The main room itself is 1900 sq feet of open space.
The open floor plan allows for full vantage and access to both the stage and kitchen, creating a total of 2,150 sq feet combined.
The Stables has a 1940’s era kitchen complete with vintage fridge, stove, Pepsi-Cola cooler, microwave and sink.
The wooden stage measures 12’ 5” x 9’ or 112 sq feet.
A big screen SMART TV mounts the back wall of the stage. The TV is compatible with any computer that has a HDMI port. Basic cable.
The lounge is incredibly cozy with a large gas fireplace centered in the room. Ample chairs and love seats circle the perimeter. Bring your favorite DVD or slide show to play on the flat screen installed in our vintage TV case.
The paved courtyard is extremely versatile and mimics the same charm as the interior spaces complete with vintage bicycles and relics circling the perimeter. The outside patio measures 50’ x 50’ or 2500 sq. feet.
Photos by: Spectrum House