HOT FOOD, COLD DRINKS, LIVE MUSIC, free WiFi
LIVE MUSIC & MORE
We book a variety of indie rock, pop, electronica, americana, folk, punk, hard rock, metal, experimental, jazz, triphop and more – usually three acts per show Thursday through Sunday. We also feature weekly karaoke, monthly bellydance, and occasional burlesque and drag events. You can rent our space for music video shoots, film shoots, or private events.
Upcoming Event Calendar
Show Details & Booking Info
WEEKLY & MONTHLY EVENTS
Happy Hour Monday – Sunday 4PM to 7PM
Weekend Brunch Saturday and Sunday 9AM to 3PM
Baby Ketten Karaoke Tuesdays 9PM
Open Mic Wednesdays 9PM (sign-up 8PM)
Alauda Freeform Bellydance every third Tuesday 7:30PM
PIGEON POINT NEIGHBORHOOD & PARKING
Skylark is located at the northern end of Delridge Way SW, next to the West Seattle Bridge. Our parking lot is free and can fill up quickly on show nights. There is plenty of additional free street parking on Andover Street one block south.
From I-5 or Hwy 99: Take the West Seattle Bridge exit. Go to the Delridge Way / Community College exit, and bear left. Don’t blink! We’re in the first brick building immediately after the offramp on your right side, and the parking lot is before the brick building.
From the West Seattle Junction: Head down Alaska towards the West Seattle Bridge, bearing left on Fauntleroy, and turn right onto Avalon. Take a right onto Genesee. The golf course will be on your right as you head down the hill. Turn left at Delridge Way SW. We’re on your left. SDOT says you can legally make a left turn across the double lines.
PUBLIC TRANSPORTATION & BIKES
There's several buses that stop a block away in both directions. Try the nifty Metro Trip Planner. We have a bike rack out front and motorcycles / scooters are welcome to park on our front sidewalk.
We recommend setting up an account with Uber for the fastest taxi and town car service.
"The Skylark is one of a handful of spaces around the city where the dual purposes of entertainment and food aren't dueling; where it makes sense for you to eat a burger while some brash upstart whittles your face into elaborate scrollwork with the jagged blade of a melodic line. This is a good thing."