Karaoke Bar / Lounge
Party Earth Review Located just down the street from the SF branch of the United States Mint, The Mint Karaoke Lounge is the sort of venue that proves cheap beer and a karaoke machine are sometimes all anybody needs to have a good time. A Hayes Valley institution since the early 90s, the neighborhood haunt is packed with a diverse mix of ... more
1942 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94105
Party Earth Review There’s no shortage of karaoke dive bars in San Francisco, but for those who want bottle service to go with their power ballads or sushi to supplement their show tunes, it doesn’t get much better than Pandora Karaoke & Bar. A daily Happy Hour attracts a casual crowd of young professionals, who pop in for cheap beer and ... more
177 Eddy Street
San Francisco, CA 94102
Serving as a sanctuary to salty singer veterans and warbling wallflowers alike, San Francisco karaoke bars are scattered all over town, offering an impressive range of venues from divey dens to lavish lounges, all serving up a delectable slice of fleeting stardom.
Head to Hayes Valley for a heady dose of delightful deviants at the Mint Karaoke Lounge, where drunk divas, silver-tongued songbirds, and venerable vocalists all take the stage. Meanwhile, tucked into Tenderloin is Pandora Karaoke, which caters to a bawdy, button-down kind of crowd that noshes on sushi, gets chichi with bottle service, or sips a cheap brew in one of fifteen private themed rooms.
The Cat Club in SoMa is a dark kaleidoscope of karaoke brimming with a badass industrial vibe where metal-heads, goths, and neck-snappin’ head-bangers try their libation-fueled luck at impressing fellow party-goers. In the heart of the Mission, El Rio serves up a spicy gumbo of artistic offerings (including burlesque and art shows), but Wednesday-night Karaoke is downright delectable as hipsters, grizzled regulars, punks, and post-grads divide their time between songs between the jukebox, the pool table, and the spacious patio.
Karaoke bars in SF are as eclectic as the city itself and the people in it. There is a stage to raid, a ballad to wail, and a tail feather to shake in every ‘hood.