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Sunset VIP Experience at Sky View Observatory

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Sky View Sunset VIP Experience

Hoan and I had dinner at Sky View Observatory last night as part of their Sunset VIP Experience and per usual we had a blast! This dinner was definitely much different from other events we’ve attended as this one was a lot more relaxed and intimate, which I was all about!

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We started our evening walking around, taking in the views and stopped by the Connect Four games where Hoan beats me to it again! I don’t understand why I can never beat him in these games, it drives me crazy! Regardless, I love spending quality time together in such a beautiful scape and being able to sip on wine and play Connect Four together was such a huge bonus.

Sunset Experience

We got a corner high top table that overlooks the puget sound, the Seattle Great Wheel and Lake Union. It still boggles me that I actually live in Washington and honestly the longer I live here the more I really appreciate this place. Being able to see Seattle in all its’ glory at 73 floors above at Sky View really brings back the retrospection and appreciation for this stunning city.

The VIP Experience provides all-you-can-eat flatbreads. It comes with 3 choices; the margarita, honey pig (salami, prosciutto, black pepper, hot honey and basil) or the little green man (goat cheese, pesto with roasted portobella mushrooms). We opted to try all three but will have to say that the honey pig was by far our favorite! It’s the perfect mix between sweet and savory.

You can choose from a variety of drinks from beer, wine and sodas. I got the white wine while Hoan got the chardonnay. And let me tell you, it was the most divine evening taking in the views even if it was a little bit cloudy. Our waitress was superb! She checked up on us frequently and ensured we had enough to eat and drink for our entire evening.

RECOMMEND IT!

We would highly recommend the Sky View Sunset VIP Experience at Sky View Observatory if you’re looking for something different for date night. We value novelty and are constantly trying to find new and different ways to experience Seattle and our date nights together.

I often try to find a place that has stunning views of the city but can also offer other things. I love that this experience allows you all-you-can-eat flatbreads + drinks, beautiful scapes, and other things to do outside of just eating. You can walk around, read up on fun facts about Seattle, etc., and even play Connect Four! The experience is very intimate as it wasn’t too busy, and you get your own window side table to sit and take in all the views from the tallest public view in the Pacific NorthWest!

Tickets can be purchased here.

Details:

  • Observatory admission for two adults; single Youth tickets available as add on
  • 2-hour window-side table reservation
  • All-you-can-eat shareable flatbreads (Margherita, Goat Cheese & Pesto, and Honey Pig)
  • House Beer and wine, Prosecco, coffee and soda
  • Prices inclusive of all taxes and service charges. Must be 21+ to purchase Adult Tickets; Adult purchase required for Youth Ticket.
  • ID required at time of entry
  • Upon arrival, please check in with box office as Sunset VIP Package holder prior to entry to observatory

If you have any questions feel free to comment below! šŸ™‚

Until then, enjoy your beautiful sunsets

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4th of July with Sky View Observatory

Yesterday, we got the opportunity to celebrate the 4th of July at Sky View Observatory at their SOLD OUT event. It was like a good all-American picnic but 73 floors high! The venue was decorated with blue checkered table cloths and adorable floral arrangements with mini American flags. Plus of course, you can’t forget that good old red, white and blue!

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FOOD

The food menu featured wings, hot dogs and flatbread pizzas. Beverages included a specialty 4th of July drink and an open bar! They served house beer, house wine, prosecco and the Red, White and Blueberry cocktail! Hoan and I’s favorites were of course the hot dogs and the buffalo wings!!

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Activities

We were able to connect with some other friendly event goers as well. And to our surprise, we met a coupleĀ visiting from Dallas who decided to celebrate the holiday weekend in Seattle andĀ cameĀ to the 4th of July event at Sky View which we thought was so cool! Above all the dialogue though, we were able to bask in live music from the amazingly talented, Emily McVicker. My favorite part about live music is jammingĀ  to covers we know, lol. Emily played some really well known artists out now but also threw it back too with ‘Dont go Chasin’ Waterfalls’ by TLC, ‘Dear Future Husband’ by Meghan Trainor and ‘Marry You’ by Bruno Mars.

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Sunset

There’s something about being up so high and being able to watch the sunset over the water that brings a sense of calmness though. I guess it’s the romantic in me that just loves watching it with Hoan. The best part about the sunset though was being able to see all the lights come on and see Seattle come to life in a different way!Ā If you ever visit Sky View, we would highly recommend staying till dusk because the lights are worth the sight!

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Fireworks

The night winded down with theĀ long awaited fireworks display off of Lake Union in Seattle.Ā  I have to say, this was my first time actually looking down at fireworks versus craning my neck up to watch them AND without that annoying, ear-wrenching “boom” of fireworks andĀ let me tell you, it was really nice haha.

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Thank you to Sky View Observatory for having us and hosting such a fun 4th of July event! If you’re interested in seeing the fireworks display from 73 floors above without the HUGE crowd and the LOUD noises, I’d highly recommend Sky View! Have a great weekend beauties, unitl next time! xoxo

 

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