Opened in 1933 in what was once a dime-a-dance hall, this Pioneer Square landmark was the longtime epicenter of Gay Seattle, until the post-Stonewall queers sought higher ground on Capitol Hill. Now it's a big, funky, wonderful dive bar—transient-friendly, with pool and pull-tabs, and a weathered majesty you'll find nowhere else in Seattle. Come for the history, stay for the glamorous photos of drag queens of yore lining the walls. (Double Header, 407 Second Ave, 464-9918. 9 am–11 pm, 21+.)