“I would recommend K box Karaoke in La Trobe St. You get a private room with friends. Leave all inhibitions at the door.” — The Teskey Brothers
“As a big karaoke fan, I would say that hitting up at least one karaoke snack is a must in Tokyo. A karaoke snack is a small karaoke bar that tends to fit anywhere from 5-20 people, where everyone in the bar takes turns singing songs that they’ve entered into handheld song entry machines. There are regulars in each “snack” as well as newbies, but after a few lemon sours, they all start to blend into one drunken melody. There is a building in the Ebisu neighborhood that my friends and I endearingly call the “snack building,” which has about 3 karaoke snacks on each floor going up 8 floors. If you find yourself in Ebisu late at night, feel free to pop in, grab a mic, and belt your tune. The snack building is at Ebisu 1-12-7 Shibuya-Ku Tokyo 150-0013.” – Ren Stern
Family-friendly restaurant on Long Island offering traditional Italian fare, live music, and karaoke nights.
Classic & custom sushi rolls, Japanese kitchen fare, sake and beer, plus an on-site Asian market.
Lively LGBT-friendly hangout offering DJ parties, pool, karaoke & daily happy hour.
Karaoke lounge, open late, featuring a variety of private rooms & high-tech sound systems.
Relaxed cafe with colorful, beachy decor, Southeast Asian eats, karaoke, and boba tea.
Old-school country-western bar offers a variety of handcrafted well drinks and karaoke amid quirky decor.
“X-lanes. They’ve got private karaoke rooms as well as pool arcade games and bowling. It’s high octane fun.” — Raener
“The Federal Bar in North Hollywood has real deal karaoke nights. Like a full band i.e. guitarist, bassist, keyboardist, and drummer. And these talented musicians have memorized an arsenal of songs for anyone who signs up before the night closes. It’s pretty damn cool.” — Bryce Vine
“I’m too embarrassed to do it myself, but Tim Commerford loves to sing at Cafe Habana and loves it.” — Awolnation
“Every Wednesday night, Tokyo Delve’s hosts a Karaoke night. They have been around for decades and have good food, a great bar and very fun and lively atmosphere.” — Diana Purim & Eyedentity
“Karaoke Bleu on Sawtelle is by far the most entertaining blend of hysterics I’ve ever experienced. After some sake and ramen across the street, staggering into this very dimly lit joint [and] watching an adorable 90 year old Hello Kitty’esque woman wail some Bon Jovi is truly all you need for a perfect night.” – Shana Halligan
“I love stopping by Cafe Mustache in Logan Square for a Schlitz tallboy and a shot of Jameson. Karaoke on Sundays is always hopping, and a great place to slam a ‘Chicago Handshake.'” -White Mystery
“The Hidden Cove, on north Lincoln Ave, is open til 4am, and off the beaten path.” -White Mystery
“Private rooms with remote controls that let you adjust pitch, speed and overlay ridiculous drumbeats on the songs. Amazing.” — Slow Mass
“A couple of Brisbane’s best karaoke spots have changed hands/closed down so there aren’t too many late-night options but if you’re keen for some early karaoke, Wagaya has a great system with all of the hits and touch screens for ordering food and drinks. Our dream combo is Plum Wine and Mariah Carey/Shania Twain/Celine Dion.” — Cub Sport
“Bens Vietnamese and Chinese restaurant, hands down the best Vietnamese and on weekends they also do Karaoke!” — Sheppard
Bar-goers flex their vocal chords on weekend karaoke nights at this no-frills local hangout.
“The environment is much different than you would expect, located in a double wide trailer and all beers are $1-$3 cash only baby.” – Jet Black Alley Cat
Former gallery that mixes art with comfort food, brunch & nightly dance parties, plus a patio.
This popular Boulder eatery features top-notch cuisine and Saturday night karaoke.
Recommended by Rodes Rollins
Classic Irish pub and sports bar with beers on tap, pub grub, and karaoke nights.
Upbeat lesbian and gay bar with Southern pub fare and a patio, plus drag shows, karaoke, and line dancing.
Quirky bar offers live music daily, pub fare, and drinks, plus picnics and beer growlers to go.
“Our friend’s been hitting up Nick’s and has had a good time with wonderful cocktail specials. You can go any day of the week and is pretty lively. Haven’t been yet, but definitely going to make it out one of these days!” — The Seshen
Long-running gay bar and local hangout with kitschy decor offering TVs and lively karaoke shows.
Japanese/Korean-based spot offering shoji screens and karaoke booths with playlist of 40,000 songs.
“Well Karaoke is not totally my thing, but my friend, Tim, who’s an absolute Karaoke machine, tells me that MBox has a fine selection.” — Banners
“My recommendation would be to go to the cavern, watch a Beatles tribute band, and karaoke yourself senseless to the refrain at the end of “Hey Jude” with a load of drunk, people from all over the world.” — Banners
“Originally, it’s a jazzclub, but when the band stops playing, the karaoke starts. It’s in the city center of Amsterdam and open until 4.00 in the morning. You can check their songlist on the website so you can practise at home!” – Nina June
“Mr Red in Windsor House, Causeway Bay has a great / bizarre indoor ‘garden’ room and can hold a group of around 10. Lock yourself away and sing your heart out.” — Blood Wine or Honey
“Super DIY and all of the best indie acts play there. The crowd is usually small so you can get close to the stage. My first show was an intimate set from Phoebe Bridgers & Soccer Mommy and I was hooked.” — Nic Pool
“It sounds strange but the Best Western Royal Sun Inn & Suites bar has a LEGENDARY karaoke night. My wife and her friends took me there for the first time five years ago and it’s always a WILD occasion.” — Nic Pool