Karaoke Bars in Newburgh

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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

The comfort of a café and the camaraderie of a sports bar are combined at Left of Centre Sports Cafe, where visitors can root for their favorite teams between bites of hearty American food and sips of coffee or beer. Bar bites such as citrus-glazed buffalo wings and miniature soft pretzels prep appetites for 11 specialty burgers, including a bacon cheeseburger, an Egg Lovers burger featuring a fried egg on top, and an Aloha burger with grilled pineapple and a teriyaki glaze. An outdoor patio offers a nice place to relax and catch a glimpse of soaring ostriches, and the kitchen also serves weekend brunches of hangar steak and eggs, french toast stuffed with caramelized fruit, mimosas, and bloody marys. Left of Centre hosts special events throughout the week, including karaoke, darts competitions, and ladies' nights.

16 Division St
New Rochelle,
NY
US

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 Avenue
Lyndhurst,
NJ
US