No matter if you can belt it out with the best of them or it’s your first time singing in front of a crowd, everyone should get up and sing at some point in their life. Next time you’re looking to flex your vocal cords, head to one of the great karaoke bars of Delaware for drinks, entertainment, and lasting memories.
This neighborhood tavern on the beach features a casual and energetic atmosphere and “New American” entrees. You will also find karaoke three times per week, and outdoor patio dining with a bistro feel. Established in 2009, the food is homemade and always fresh, and the live entertainment is always rocking. Plus, it is just a 10-minute walk to the romantic beaches of Rehoboth.
At this bar and grill, you will find no freezer food, because all of their food is made from scratch. We are talking hand-cut fries and hand-breaded chicken and seafood. Plus, don’t miss fresh grilled prime rib and house trimmed steaks and ribs. On top of that, you will also find a lively atmosphere and karaoke Thursday nights with “Tim The Tune Man!"
Established in 2004, this death metal dive bar features, live entertainment a large selection of beers, ciders, and mixed cocktails. Musical genres include “Rock, Metal, Punk, Goth, Industrial, Burlesque and DJ dance parties.” But don’t miss karaoke Mondays featuring drink specials and a lively crowd as well as Trivia Night and other activities.
Featuring Karaoke Saturdays, Team Trivia Mondays, Team Family Feud Tuesdays, Music Bingo Thursdays, and more deals and games, Touchdown is a family-centric sports-themed restaurant established in 1992! With a comfortable and relaxed atmosphere that features delicious American-style cuisine and fun for all ages, Touchdown scores six points every time.
Opened in 2007, On The Rocks promotes a friendly atmosphere with a selection of spirits, and draught beer. For your entertainment, they have pool tables, dart boards, a jukebox, and seven large-screen TVs. Plus, don’t miss “Tel-Star Karaoke” three nights a week for a roaring good time, and, remember, “Jägermeister is [the] house wine.”
Built upon the stories of colonists plotting against the English crown during the Revolutionary war period and set in the Historic downtown district, the Golden Fleece was the self-proclaimed “most important tavern in the Colonies.” The original was demolished in 1830, but, luckily, now another Golden Fleece was built close by and features drink specials, Karaoke Thursdays, and live music nights. So, order a Toddy or Grogg and sing the night away at TGFT.
Designed to resemble an authentic Irish pub in look and feel, the Celtic Pub features a menu that offers traditional Irish cuisine and American classics. From house-made soups to Shepard’s Pie and homemade corned beef hash, you will sample “Award-Winning Chili,” imported aged Irish cheddar, and Irish butter. Plus get karaoke twice a week, as well as Trivia Night, live entertainment, and Monday through Friday happy hour.