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    The 7 Best Karaoke Bars in Dublin

    Posted 2.12.23

    The 7 Best Karaoke Bars in Dublin

    Have fun with your friends whilst sipping cocktails and belting out some power ballads at the best karaoke bars Dublin city centre has to offer. A night of karaoke promises new experiences, as well as deep belly laughs as your friends take turns giving it their best on stage.

     

     

    Maneki Japanese Cuisine & Karaoke Box

    Dawson Street

    An authentic Japanese restaurant that offers karaoke is a great place to start the night. Beginning here ensures you’ll get an authentic Japanese karaoke experience. Maneki offers private rooms for those who can’t quite find the right note but want to take part in singing, nevertheless. Maneki has a series of vibrant, neon decorated rooms for small or large parties. Your group could even stop by their restaurant before taking the stage as they offer an extensive sushi menu as well as other Asian-inspired dishes. 

     

    The George

    South Great George’s Street

    Everyone needs to experience a Saturday night at the George at least once in their lifetime. As one of Ireland’s most popular nightlife venues, The George will set the tone for your evening of karaoke. Join in on the fun as they offer world-class drag, spot prizes and karaoke all in one fabulous extravaganza. 

     

    Marrakesh By Mindo

    Capel Street

    Their head chef Aziz, a Moroccan native, opened this restaurant in 2018 with the dream of offering Dublin a unique blend of Moroccan heritage, pop culture and cuisine. As he believes food goes hand in hand with music, the entertainment provided here includes belly dancing, a jazz show, and live music. After your group has enjoyed their dishes that are all flavoured with spices native to Morocco, you can get your own Karaoke party started. Marrakesh By Mindo provides one of Dublin’s most modern karaoke rooms, with private rooms for parties of up to 20 people. However, if your party is smaller, they can also accommodate you. 

     

    Wigwam

    Abbey Street

    Wigwam includes a bar, club and restaurant, so they can accommodate your needs whether you and your group want to add it as a bar stop along the night or have a meal here before hitting the karaoke room. Their menu offers dishes like cheese burgers and nachos. They also have a Wigwam Platter dish suitable for groups featuring fries, chicken balls, nachos, cheese puffs and guacamole. This cool Abbey Street plot includes a room for ping pong and karaoke, through to the upstairs eatery and disco space. Nightly events include live music, quizzes, bingo, brunch and a comedy club so once your karaoke is over, your group can continue to the bar and take part in whatever fun activity they have planned for that night.

     

    The Workman’s Club

    Wellington Quay 

    The Workman’s Club has become a haven for groups looking for a good night and you’ll find a laid-back and friendly atmosphere in the Wellington Quay club. Their main room has been designed to host live performances from professional musicians to first time karaoke performances, with the instalment of a state-of-the-art sound system. If any of your pals are fond of a sing-along, this bar is the best place to go on Sunday nights. On Sunday nights, there are 300 people in the main room singing the best songs from the 80’s, 90’s and 2000s.

     

    The Woolshed

    Parnell Street

    The Woolshed hosts a karaoke night every Thursday from 9:30pm with various drinks on offer all night. They offer craft beers on tap, as well as delicious burgers and platters that are great for bigger groups. The Woolshed is also a great karaoke option for groups who enjoy sports as they show sports events from all over the world. 

     

    Boba Bar

    Parnell Street

    Located on Parnell Street, Boba Bar has become known for its range of bubble tea, a refreshment that is becoming increasingly popular in Dublin as of late. However, this Vietnamese restaurant also has two hidden karaoke rooms that can host up to 15 people, both fully equipped with everything you and your pals could need to put on your very own concert.  If you plan on sitting down for a meal with your group, food options include dry noodles, soup noodles, curries and Vietnamese pancakes.  Prepare your vocal cords and grab the mic, because you’re about to put on a show after enjoying the delicious food on the menu. 

    Your Perfect Base in Dublin

    Once you and your group have completed your night of singing and laughing, you can enjoy a great night’s sleep in one of our four-star Maldron Hotel's in Dublin city centre. All restaurants and bars mentioned above are a stroll from your hotel room. You and your group can expect a fabulous night’s sleep after exploring Dublin city centre’s fun karaoke offerings.

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