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Best Karaoke Bars in Washington DC

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    June 24, 2022 9:51 PM EDT

    It is a time when we are getting accustomed to pandemic-era entertainments that are mostly set in our homes. On the other hand, it is becoming more and more tempting to go back to our old habits. Karaoke nights with our friends is one of them. If you are willing to spend an evening out for some actual fun, here are the best karaoke bars in Washington, DC.To get more news about Karaoke CBD Melbourne, you can visit official website.
    Weekly open karaoke nights at District Karaoke gives you the chance to be a “rockstar.” Here you can find a social, team-based karaoke league, which you can join either with a group of your own friends or as a “free agent,” becoming a part of a team they will place you on. You get to cheer on your teammates while they perform and vote for them through a mobile matchup scoring system. You can also rehearse with your team outside of the league.

    Operating in DC’s Shaw neighborhood since 2019, the popular Japanese restaurant & bar is somewhere you can enjoy great sushi, charcoal grilled yakitori, and cocktails, along with karaoke. From Thursday to Saturday every week, you can join karaoke parties in the main dining room starting at 10:30 pm. The restaurant designates a server to every table for requesting songs, food, and drinks. It also features a huge patio.

    Little Miss Whiskey’s Golden Dollar has been serving DMV residents for over a decade. The bar hosts DJ performances and dancing on its second floor every Friday and Saturday without any cover charges. The space, which can accommodate up to 100 guests, is often reserved for Kostume Karaoke parties, as well as other private events. There is also a two-level outdoor patio, screening of all New Orleans Saints games, dozens of craft beers, and whiskey tastings.

    Priding itself on being DC’s first private-roomed karaoke joint, Muzette serves home-style Korean dishes and features a long wooden bar. More than 70,000 songs are available for karaoke including English, Korean, Japanese, Chinese, Spanish, and Vietnamese ones. To reserve a karaoke room, all participants must be at least 21 years old. Make sure you show up on your scheduled time, because reservations are only held for 20 minutes after that time.

    Located in Logan Circle, the iconic DC bar has a charming Victorian style of the early 1900s. The 3,800 square-foot space is decorated with antique furniture, including a 19th century oak bar, and is suitable for up to 230 guests. Reservations are available for private events such as birthday parties, corporate retreats, group whiskey tastings, independent film screenings, and more.