You ’membered The Alamo, strolled on through Riverwalk and enjoyed some of the best barbacoa and Big Red San Antonio has to offer. Now you’re looking for the perfect way to cap off the evening. There’s no better way to escape the Mission City madness like downing a few good drinks and singing along to your favorite tunes. That’s right folks, we’re going out for some karaoke. Here are just a few of our favorites.
San Antonio, TX 78230
With a rockin’ atmosphere and friendly clientele, it’s understandable why Dad’s is usually packed. It’s also a great place for first-timers. Crowds can mean extra wait time for drinks, but the DJ keeps the good times flowing all night.
7920 Fredericksburg Road
San Antonio, TX 78229
Dive bars are often the most entertaining venues for karaoke, and Oak Tavern has a rep as one of the top spots in town. It’s an easygoing place known for amazing food, a quality beer selection, and karaoke every Tuesday and Sunday.
119 El Mio Street
San Antonio TX 78216
You want hidden gems? We’ve got one for you in this spacious building with vintage furniture, sweet retro décor, and rowdy good cocktails. Everybody loves it, and it was just recognized as San Antonio’s “Best Dive Bar” by The Current–you can bet it won’t stay hidden for long.
2522 Nacogdoches Road
San Antonio, TX 78217
Do you think you have a good set of pipes? Time to find out. The bartenders offer heavy pours, which is a good thing. This place has what might be the most talented group of karaoke singers in town, so you might need that extra liquid courage. Either way, you’re sure to enjoy the experience.
8507 McCullough Avenue
San Antonio, Texas 78216
Enjoy fantastic martinis served by attentive, welcoming bartenders at one of SA Town’s finest clubs. There’s a cozy cocktail lounge vibe here and friendly regulars to match. Karaoke is hosted all week, including happy hour karaoke on Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m.
4408 Walzem Road
San Antonio, TX 78218
Feeling a bit too shy to sing for a full bar? Asiana is a throwback to the original karaoke box venues and is the finest place to go for a more private experience, either by yourself or with a few friends.
You won’t have to follow a drunken donkey (SA insiders joke) to map out the perfect spot to sing and dance with a crowd of new friends. Whether you’re looking for a private Steve Earle singalong with a few friends, rocking a crowded bar with your fiercest rendition of “Pepper,” or making the crowd swoon to “Weak” by SWV, you’ll find plenty of bars to sing your heart out in Countdown City.
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