How Bottle Service and Table Service Work at The Living Room Washington [2022 GUIDE]
For most events, The Living Room in Washington offer bottle service, also known as table service or VIP table, in order to get into the venue and have a reserved section inside the venue. Here's what you need to know about booking bottle service for The Living Room:
Here are the most important things to know about reserving bottle service for The Living Room:
- Booking bottle service at The Living Room is the best way to get the full VIP experience
- The Living Room tables should be booked in advance to get the best available location
- The Living Room's typical business hours are 10 PM – 3:30 AM Wed – Sat
- Bottle service is guaranteed entry - unlike guest list or general admission
- If you need to prepay for your table reservation, we recommend that you use a credit card or payment method that matches your full name. This will avoid any possible problems at The Living Room when they verify your table reservation.
FAQ about Bottle Service and Table Service at The Living Room
Still looking for more information about booking bottle service and table service for The Living Room? No problem, we compiled the most frequently asked questions about it right here:
What is bottle service exactly?
Bottle Service, also known as Table Service, can be confusing and tricky to new customers who have never done it before. Don't fret – we have you covered.
Bottle service (synonymous with "getting a table") is essentially a way for you to get your own private section at a nightclub, so you have a place to sit, drink, and have a great time with your friends and others. In order to secure bottle service, you do have to pay significantly more money than you would for just general admission (you are usually shelling out hundreds to thousands of dollars).
It's not for everyone, but we highly recommend doing it at The Living Room at least once in your life.
Where and how do I book bottle service for The Living Room?
Using Discotech, you can easily find the event you're looking for and reserve bottle service.
- Head over to the The Living Room events section and choose the proper date and event you want to reserve a table.
- Look for the Bottle Service section:
- If you see a list of available tables, click on the table price that interests you
- If you don't see any available tables, click on the "Submit Request" button
How many bottles should we get?
On average, you'll probably want to get 1 bottle for every 5-6 people, depending on how much you drink. Keep in mind – you'll probably need more if you plan on inviting anyone to your table!
What is the average table price at The Living Room?
The table prices at The Living Room range between $450 to $2500.
The average table at The Living Room will cost around $600. On most events, with a budget of $600, you will be able to reserve the table Pit Table for up to 15 guests.
How much should we expect to pay per person?
On average, you should expect to spend around $40 per person if you are a group of 15 guests. Keep in mind that this number does not include taxes, fees or tips.
What is the cheapest or most affordable table at The Living Room?
The cheapest table option at The Living Room is the $450 Pit Table for up to 15 guests.
What is the best or most expensive table at The Living Room?
The best table option at The Living Room is the $2500 VIP Table for 20 for up to 20 guests.
What is "minimum spend" when it comes to bottle service?
For bottle service reservations, a minimum spend is the amount of money you need to spend on alcohol and/or food in order to reserve your table for free. For example, if it says $1k min spend, you will need to spend $1000 on alcohol (usually 2-3 bottles) in order to get your table for free.
The table is NOT a separate purchase. Your final spend will be determined by the amount of tax/tip/venue fees added on to your minimum spend (anywhere from 20-38% depending on the venue).
Can I order individual drinks instead of bottles to hit my minimum spend?
Unfortunately, most nightclubs require that you order at least one bottle in order to reserve the table, and only then can you order a la carte cocktails / shots / beers after that bottle.
Does The Living Room have a bottle menu available?
Yes, these are the latest bottle menus from The Living Room:
Keep in mind that bottle menus at The Living Room are subject to change. Special events and holidays may also have different menus available.
Does The Living Room have a floor plan? Can I see the table locations?
What alcohol brands are available for bottle service at The Living Room?
The Living Room has many types of alcohol bottles available: Vodka (Grey Goose), Whiskey (Jameson), Tequila (Patron), Gin, Rum, as well as various types of champagne.
What champagne brands are available for bottle service at The Living Room?
What are free mixers? What are the mixers available?
Bottle service at The Living Room includes free standard mixers, including orange juice, cranberry juice, soda water, various sodas, as well as garnishes. Water bottles are available but must be purchased.
Extra mixers such as Red Bulls and other energy drinks or premium mixers can be purchased as well.
Do I still need to go to the bar to order?
Absolutely not! Don't worry - you don't need to wait in line to order a drink.
One of the biggest benefits of booking bottle service is avoiding the bar altogether. You can order drinks directly from your table with the help of your waitress.
Is there a separate line for bottle service? Where do I go when I arrive?
There is a separate and faster line for bottle service groups to get into The Living Room. Once you show up with your group, proceed to the proper line, and drop your name to a staff member. Be sure to tell them that you have a table. They will take care of you and you will get your expedited entry.
Can I choose a specific table number or location?
The Living Room does NOT allow reserving for the exact table number from their floor plans / table maps to be selected and secured prior to your party's arrival.
Your assigned table will be the best available table within the tier or section you reserved at the time when you arrive. If you want better placement, you can either:
- Show up early (e.g. within 30 minutes of the opening time) when there will be more open table inventory in your tier
- Raise your minimum spend in order to get a specific or preferred table assignment
What is the dress code if I book bottle service?
The dress code at The Living Room is Strict.
Guys can wear nice jeans and a form fitting plain t-shirt or a nice button down shirt. Girls can wear jeans or a comfortable but stylish dress if they prefer. Of course guys and girls can never go wrong with dressing up even more – there is no such thing as overdressing when it comes to clubs.
For more in-depth details about the dress code, check out our dress code guide.
Should I use a promoter to book bottle service for me?
We highly recommend that you use Discotech to book a table reservation at The Living Room. This way, you'll always get the best price, comprehensive information, and reliable service.
By going through us, your reservation is highly prioritized and gets sent to the top decision maker at each venue, whom we have a longstanding partnership with already. You also have clear check-in instructions on what to do when you arrive.
When you book through us, you also get nearly 24/7 access to our help line to answer all your questions and to check the status of your reservation.
Bottle service information on this page is strictly used for informational purposes only. Appropriate attire is required for admission. The venue reserves the right to deny admission.