It could take you hours to decide which karaoke bar is the best. Feeling overwhelmed? MostBest knows the Top 3.
Whether you enjoy getting up on stage to be the star of the show or watching from the sidelines, you don’t want to miss a night out at these fun-loving bars!
With a bar area and 12 private rooms, Rock Box is a Japanese-style karaoke bar, ideal for groups or parties looking to have a good time singing, dancing, eating, and drinking. Patrons have a choice of lots of songs, many new releases, and international music too. They use an iPad to control the screen and the entire system is seamlessly modern.
We Love Their: Duck Fat Popcorn, Sake Sangria
You can catch karaoke four times a week at Waterwheel Lounge. This dive bar has something to do every night, from bar trivia to bingo, and three dollar domestics from 5:00pm to 7:00pm. If you come during the warmer months, there’s a huge outdoor area with a ping-pong table, lounge chairs, and a kiddie pool. If not, there’s a Wii indoors and you can get your game on.
We Love Their: Fried Chicken, Breakfast Burger
With a tropical ambiance and karaoke seven nights a week, Hula Hula is one of the liveliest places in Seattle. Attached to Tini Bigs, this slice of paradise offers an amazing DJ and sound system. A projector displays visuals from the 80’s and 90’s behind you as you rock out on stage, and TV monitors are positioned all around to showcase who’s on and who’s up next.
We Love Their: Pork Tacos, Volcano Bowl, Tiki Sangria
106 1st Ave N