Karaoke Bars in Cohoes

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Diners at Legends on Pearl dig into a menu of juicy burgers and fried appetizers as sports coverage buzzes on several large flat-screen TVs. After patrons go to bat with the golden spears of fried pickle ($6), oven-baked bread slices and fearless foam fingers can take a swan dive into the gooey salsa queso of a fondue bowl ($8). The ranch-seasoned cowboy burger ($10) stacks a juicy, half-pound patty with bubbling pepper jack and crispy onion rings, and the Draft Pick cheese panini ($7) gives grilled cheese a facelift with a choice of fillings such as mozzarella and crumbled blue.

51 South Pearl Street
Albany,
NY
US

For over a decade Zen Bar has been known for being Connecticut's home for the Best in Karaoke and Local/Regional bands. Zen Bar's atmosphere is one that allows you to unwind with your friends and enjoy and evening of fantastic music, food and fun.

317 Farmington Ave
Plainville,
CT
US

Pies and Pints is neighborhood pizzeria and pub that offers visitors casual dining, award winning food, and an extensive craft beer selection with a friendly atmosphere. Chefs prepare half-pound burgers, gourmet pizzas, fresh salads, and inspired daily specials. The sheer size of the beer selection is also unusual. The Waterbury location, for instance, has 28 draft beers tapped and ready to pour. Most of the beer on offer is as carefully crafted as the food, and the owners often like to show off the two side-by-side with special prix fixe beer dinners that include a beer pairing with every course.

1 Store Road
Middlebury,
CT
US

Owners Aura Showah and Douglas Waterbury attribute the success of Widow Brown's Cafe, which has been in business for more than 35 years, to culinary consistency, a family-friendly ambiance, and an eclectic menu that has earned the eatery a feature in the News-Times. While two-handing a burger or steaming sandwich, patrons can peruse the chalkboard around the fully stocked bar for a list of weekly events, such as trivia, karaoke, and raucous tax-preparation luaus. Wooden wall panels glow in the light of wall-mounted TVs as forks venture south for American comfort fare or globetrot with Asian-, Irish-, and Italian-inspired dishes. As frozen drinks or draft beers chill boothside, diners can bust billiards at one of the café's pool tables or surf the café's free WiFi for instructional videos on how to correctly execute robot dance moves.

128 Federal Rd
Danbury,
CT
US