The Crocodile, a historic Seattle music venue, set to reopen as a multi-venue entertainment complex Dec. 1

Ben Gibbard of Death Cab for Cutie performs at The Crocodile on January 20, 2015 in Seattle, Washington. (Photo by Suzi Pratt/Getty Images)

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The Crocodile, a venerated Seattle music venue, will reopen next week after moving into a new multi-use space in the city’s Belltown neighborhood.

The new venue will seat 750 people in its showroom and includes a daytime café, an alley restaurant bar, a 17-room hotel, and a comedy club/movie theater that sits 100 people. It relocated to the old El Gaucho restaurant building at the intersection of 1st Avenue and Wall Street.  

The original venue, also

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