Karaoke Bars in Manville

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It?s a typical night at Mickey's Bar and Grill?sports games glisten on rows of flat-screen HDTVs, upbeat jukebox tunes fill the air, and friends crowd around the bar, calling for shots of Jack Daniels and pints of Guinness. Bartenders bustle about behind the bar, whipping up the martinis and mixed drinks lauded by reporters from The Record. Servers emerge from the kitchen, bearing platters of lauded, plump buffalo wings, juicy burgers, and mini sliders. Some nights, daring guests take the stage for karaoke, boldly belting out popular tunes or whispering confessions of overdue library books into the microphone amid the cheers and applause of the boisterous audience.

601 Riverside Ave
Lyndhurst,
NJ
US

From the steamy dry ice-like fountain that greets customers at the entrance to the cavernous interior beyond, this pan-Asian restaurant in Greenwich Village oozes a pleasant gaudiness. Decked out with red velvet curtains, red paper lanterns, a back-lit dragon’s head, glowing blue Japanese-style walls and a curved piano-shaped bar, Apple Restaurant and Bom Bar creates a fun, warm ambiance appreciated by the many NYU students who often fill the tables. The menu is also an attraction, including a wide range of Asian dishes like tuna mango spring rolls, fried Vietnamese dumplings, beef sate and sautéed lemongrass with shrimp, while many vegetarian dishes are also available. The private room in the back, the Red Den, is fully equipped for private karaoke sessions.

17 Waverly Pl
New York,
NY
US

Amateur singers of all skill levels grab microphones and belt out show-stopping tunes on the stage at Keats, entertaining friends and bar patrons alike. A line of performers forms seven nights each week, and, according to staff, it has sometimes included celebrities such as Vanessa Carlton and Nick Lachey as well as cocker spaniels dressed in trench coats. At the bar, the sounds of live karaoke mingle with the clinking of pint glasses as servers arrive with plates of fish 'n' chips, burgers, and spicy buffalo wings.

842 2nd Ave
New York,
NY
US

We have a bar which you can sing a song for $2. Bar is good for you, if you want to share enjoyment with other people. We also have private room which you can sing unlimited song which is $8 for 1hr per person.

9 Saint Marks Pl
New York,
NY
US

When Arlene’s Grocery opened in 1995, it was in a Lower East Side that was hungry for live music. Fortunately there was no shortage of bands to fill the stage. The venue quickly became rooted in punk, garage rock, and bohemian music, saving their spotlight for then-unknown artists such as Jeff Buckley. Over the years, Arlene’s proved itself a tastemaker, booking regular shows with up-and-comers the Strokes and securing a residency from the Bravery before the band hit it big by swapping their instruments for baseball gloves and becoming the Atlanta Braves. As the neighborhood evolved and the club, an actual former grocery store, sprawled into the butcher shop next door, the owners hired a live rock ‘n’ roll karaoke band. The multi-weekly sessions became wildly popular, even attracting neighbors such as Moby to take the stage for some impromptu singing. Beyond karaoke, the calendar still focuses on indie-alt-rock, with performers that have included Delta Rae and Conner Youngblood.

95 Stanton Street
New York,
NY
US

A hangover from the days when Inwood was a largely Irish neighborhood, Piper’s Kilt is a classic Irish drinker. The bar opens at 11 a.m. and serves casual pub fare and predictable pints of Guinness all day. One of the hefty Kilt Burgers are a popular bet for soaking up the night’s booze supply, though less heavy salads and pastas make for workable alternatives. Wines can be ordered by the glass, and draft beers span local, regional and international influences. Vintage black and white sports photography hangs on the green walls near most of the wide booths, while the bar itself is long and worn after more than two decades of service. You don’t have to be Irish to hang out here, but the bartender certainly is; just show up any night, particularly on Saturdays evenings when live music takes over part of the space.

4944 Broadway
New York,
NY
US