Club Medusa Opens with IN.LINE
N.A.F. Productions Installs McCauley Line Array
It's the little side street in heaven where the Rat Pack mingles with the ranks of the Renaissance. It's the mythical place where Frank Sinatra would be clinking his martini glass with Michaelangelo's wine goblet. But this Mediterranean fantasy meets Vegas swank is Club Medusa, and this party paradizzo which opens Thursday, June 13 was created just for Seattle's lively loungers.
Occupying the former Baccano Ristorante at 2218 Western Avenue between Bell and Blanchard, Club Medusa, a night club, bar, and restaurant, is the brainchild of Steve and Jennifer Good. The award-winning tandem and Midas touch of these restaurateurs is evidenced in their 'round-the-corner accomplishments, Queen City Grill and Belltown Billiards.
Transcend time and space in the club's Tuscan gold and Mediterranean blue decor, a sprawling club that greets guests with Roman columns and Italianate statues of warriors and frolicking fountain nymphs. 'Medusa' catapults guests into a campy cool setting brazen enough for a toga party, with enough sophistication to draw in refined cosmopolitans. It's where paesanos mix with the party paparazzi, and where the club goers flaunt their dance moves and fashion mavens flash the latest look.
Medusa serves any occasion. Its 10,000 square feet includes a restaurant serving Northern Italian cuisine, two bars—a front room bar with generous lounge area and another one that serves dance floor devotees, and a dance club spinning energetic jams, fuel injected with high-tech sound and lighting. The club hosts a special VIP room with billiard table, ready for the likes of Belltown party regulars Freddie
Garcia and Alex Rodriguez to shoot a little 8-ball. Perched above one of the city's largest dance floors is the deejay balcony and an adjacent perch where Seattle's best dancers will wriggle at warp speed. Slap on your funky-chic, city-slick and club-cavalier clothing and join the fun.
Medusa features a large complement of IN.LINE Installation Grade Line Array Modules, installed by N.A.F. Productions of Seattle.