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The Swiss Pub

1904 S. Jefferson Ave., Tacoma, WA



$ Range: $0-$14
Cusine: American,Seafood,Hamburgers,Pub Food,Fish and Chips
Atmosphere: Kid Friendly,Fun

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Radio 80 at The Swiss

Pop, Rock, Cover/Tribute Band/Performer

Radio 80 has been playing all over the northwest since 2012, Because of their infectious and high energy performance have been a regular staple in mane great Northwest Casino's and Club Venues. They are your 80's Pop radio hits from New Wave to Rock--from Duran Duran to Van Halen, Cyndi Lauper to Pat Benatar, and many more. Come out celebrate not only our return to the Swiss but 2 Birthday events Dean McNeal and Sherry Daffin.


• Fri 11/16/18 at 9:00 PM - 1:00 AM

Sonic Funk Orchestra

Live Music in Bar/Club

Sonic Funk, America's favorite disco & funk experience and #1 choice since 2003 to get the party started. SFO, where the party never ends. Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, Sonic Funk is a 12 piece horn-driven party machine that plays all the favorite chart busting hits by mega artists of the 70's and early 80's, such as Michael Jackson, Kool & The Gang, KC & The Sunshine Band, Earth Wind & Fire, Rose Royce, The Trammps, Chaka Khan, Brothers Johnson, Heatwave, Ohio Players, Con Funk Shun, The Gap Band, Parliament, The Spinners, and so many more. So come down and listen to your favorite tunes. The party starts at 9 pm. $10 cover. Don't forget to bring your dance moves.


• Sat 11/17/18 at 9:00 PM - 1:00 AM

Grit City Think & Drink: Talking Trash: Diets of Urban Wildlife


Talking Trash: Using Geochemistry to Quantify Human Food Sources in the Diets of Urban Wildlife in Tacoma and Seattle with Dr. Kena-Fox Dobbs, University of Puget Sound. The most abundant and ubiquitous wildlife species in human-dominated landscapes are mesocarnivores, and here in the Pacific Northwest our urban centers are home to large populations of co-occurring raccoons and opossums. In our study we used the biogeochemistry of hair samples collected from Seattle and Tacoma to estimate trophic structure and the contribution of anthropogenic food sources (primarily human food waste and pet food) to raccoon and opossum diets. We found interesting differences between species, and dietary convergence among sub-populations within each species. Dr. Kena Fox-Dobbs is an Associate Professor of Geology and Environmental Policy at the University of Puget Sound. She and her undergraduate students use biogeochemical approaches to investigate patterns of energy and nutrient flow in modern and ancient ecosystems. Join us for our monthly Grit City Think& Drink! Learn cool stuff for free.


• Tue 11/20/18 at 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Social Currency Presents 206 Bones Album Release Party

Live Music in Bar/Club

206 Bones and Social Currency, along with a handful of very talented local artists, are bringing the party to The Swiss on November 21st. Show includes a variety of hip hop as well as some R&B vibes. Come hang with us and help make history.


• Wed 11/21/18 at 9:00 PM - 12:00 AM

Dance Party with DJ Raw One

Club Music

Come shake off your Thanksgiving Feast with your friends at The Swiss. Your friends and family are back in town, so bring 'em on down. DJ Raw One keeps the party rockin' all night. No cover charge, This one's on us. Gobble gobble.


• Fri 11/23/18 at 9:00 PM - 1:00 AM

Gritty City Gift Fair

Craft Show, Holiday

Great food, entertainment, drink specials all day. The perfect way to do all of your holiday shopping. Come support 25 hand selected vendors who will grace the Swiss with their amazing arts and crafts.


• Sat 11/24/18 at 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM



Kry is the #1 cover band in the Seattle/Tacoma area. We have the energy, the talent and ability to deliver all of your favorite songs the way music should be! It's like going to a big time rock show where you know every song. Everyone leaves having had a great time.


• Sat 11/24/18 at 9:00 PM - 1:00 AM

Grit City Think & Drink: Dating in the Digital World


Dating in the Digital Age: Swiping, Liking, & Selling the Selfie with Dr. Riki Thompson, UW Tacoma. How do people find love, connection, and belonging in the digital age? Success in the online dating world starts with a catchy profile as well as messaging strategies that make others want to chat and eventually meet. In this Think and Drink, Dr. Thompson will share her current research about how people attempt to construct a desirable self through online dating profiles and what makes them swipe right and like others. Riki Thompson is an Associate Professor at the University of Washington Tacoma where she teaches courses in argument, writing, and graduate research. Her research explores the intersection of language, technology, stories, and identity. Join us for our monthly Grit City Think & Drink! Learn cool stuff for free.


• Tue 12/11/18 at 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Grit City Think & Drink: Listening to the Vital Signs of the Planet


Listening to the Vital Signs of the Planet: New Approaches in Climate Data Communication with Judy Twedt, Climate Data Sound Artist, UW Seattle. Judy Twedt designed a new Ph.D. program in climate data sonification to explore novel techniques for translating geophysical data into sounds that help us better understand our planet, and how it is changing. In this presentation, she will reveal the what, how, and why of data sonification and perform original soundtracks. Judy Twedt is a climate data sound artist and doctoral candidate at the University of Washington. Born and raised in Tacoma, she graduated from Stadium High School and attended Tacoma Community College along the way to a PhD program at the University of Washington. She is a recipient of a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship, the UW College of the Environment Award for Environmental Leadership, and the Husky 100 Award. Her soundtracks have been aired on radio stations including KUOW and NPR and she is a speaker for TedX Seattle.


• Tue 1/8/19 at 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Grit City Think & Drink: Framing Injustice: How the Media Covered The Dakota Access Pipeline and Why It Matters


How do the media cover environmental justice movements and why does it matter? To answer these questions, Dr. Ellen Moore will be discussing her work with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe on the media coverage of the Dakota Access Pipeline. The talk includes discussion of the Dakota Access Pipeline controversy and the media coverage of the #NODAPL movement that emerged in 2016 and 2017. Here, Ellen will present the results of her framing analysis of the large media outlets that covered the movement, and also will describe her work with the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe to reveal their perceptions of the pipeline, the media, politics, and social movements. Ellen Moore teaches and conducts research on the relationship between media and environmental issues, focusing in particular on environmental justice, at UW Tacoma. Her first book, "Green Screen," examined how Hollywood represents environmental disasters in different genres of film; her second book, "Framing Injustice," explores the ways in which the mainstream media covered the #NODAPL movement by drawing in politics, history, and social movements. She lives in Tacoma with her husband and two Marvel dogs Loki and Groot.


• Tue 2/12/19 at 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM