435 Restaurants near Bremerton, WA

Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 250
Fado Irish Pub & Restaurant is located in Seattle Washington. Fado is a great place to enjoy a number of traditional Irish dishes or a cool pint and is a great place to celebrate your special event. The warm and welcoming pub creates a casual atmosphere for celebration, while the staff delivers the
Tacoma, WA  
Capacity: 150
$400-$1,200 per event
The Ballroom event space is available for weddings, private parties, fundraisers, meetings, and conferences. Recently remodeled with original architectural integrity, The Ballroom boasts high ceilings, state-of-the-art lighting, and stunning views of Tacoma’s southern sky, including Mt. Rainier, the
Tacoma, WA  
Capacity: 450
$3,400 per event
Foss Waterway Seaport has many facets...we are an Event Center, Maritime Museum and Education Center. Our building is 45,000 square feet with 55 ft high ceilings, built in 1900 and is the last remaining building on the west coast with this design. Our 7,500 sq. ft. event space is very flexible an
Bremerton, WA  
Capacity: 150
Celebrate your special occasion at Toro Lounge, a unique upscale-casual Gastropub renowned for featuring 20 regional Micro Brews rotating on tap and a full bar. Also offering small plates of delicious pub fare prepared with a gourmet spin and an atmosphere with an ambiance your guests will drink
Bremerton, WA  
Capacity: 225
A beautiful venue surrounded by mountains, water, and greenery.
Poulsbo, WA  
For an elegant but casual wedding, many couples choose to have their ceremony in front of the rose arbor (lovely old fragrant white roses) in the back garden with 100 year old locust trees as a backdrop.
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 15
Idyllic beachfront luxury homes for your business retreat or corporate brainstorming session, just an hour from Seattle. Both properties are located on west-facing sandy beach locations with luxury bedding, plenty of indoor gathering and meeting space, bubbling hot tubs, and outdoor fire circles
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 500
A charming and stylish setting with dazzling waterfront views, expansive space, and rustic touches throughout. With breathtaking unobstructed views of the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, beautiful hardwood floors, spacious outdoor patios and beach access, this is the perfect venue for any eve
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 120
“Visiting Seattle without dining at RAY’S would be like visiting Paris and missing the Eiffel Tower.” - Bryan Miller, The New York Times. A Seattle icon since 1973, Ray’s Boathouse is internationally renowned for its unparalleled Northwest seafood and breathtaking waterfront view of Puget Sound and
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 850
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 150
This unique and inspired event space is a 2,500 sq. ft. room, rich with natural and modern textiles. From copper and wood planked walls to cement slab flooring and earthy decor, subtle elegance is abundant. Our floor to ceiling windows offer natural light for day, and dim lighting and candles ma
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 40
We provide cruises for all your corporate and private events, from entertaining clients and office parties, to birthdays and anniversaries. Cruise Lake Union and Lake Washington, or out through the locks into Puget Sound and the San Juan Islands aboard the luxury yacht Seeker. The boat is US Coast G
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 80
The Volterra Drawing Room is a beautiful, intimate private event venue located next door to Volterra restaurant and is an ideal location for small to mid-size events. We offer the same award winning cuisine, exceptional service and extensive wine list as Volterra in a private space where we can pamp
Seattle, WA  
$750-$4,000 per event
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 50
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 100
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 660
Unique Hotel built entirely over the water on Pier 67, 8 blocks from downtown shopping district & 6 from Seattle Center.
Seattle, WA  
Capacity: 16251
Just blocks from downtown Seattle and minutes from the highway, Seattle Center is a beautiful 74-acre landscaped campus that includes theaters, arenas, museums, and other public facilities. Its roots reach back more than 100 years as a site of Native American celebrations. It’s a reflection of the