Everyone loves singing—in your car, in the shower, even to your cat. Who doesn’t love to just let out a tune every now and then? Karaoke is a great way to show off your talents, but bar-style karaoke can be nerve-racking and singing in front of strangers can totally kill your vibe.
Well, luckily for us shy ones, private karaoke rooms that are popular in places like Japan and Korea give you the safe space to goof off and sing with your friends free of judgment from total strangers, and the Dallas area is just full of them—if you know where to look!
Round1 is not just a karaoke joint. Round1 boasts a huge collection of arcade games, both western- and Japanese-style, as well as bowling, billiards, play areas for kids, and much more. However, their karaoke rooms are truly the stand-out attraction, with sizes suitable for groups as small as 2 people and as large as 50! They also offer options to sing in various languages for a truly diverse karaoke experience. The Japan-based brand has locations in Grapevine and Arlington for easy access from multiple parts of Dallas.
SingBox is a Korean karaoke-restaurant fusion in Carrollton that offers a huge selection of English-language songs. Aside from offering multiple room sizes, they also have a variety of party packs that include 2 hours of karaoke, some fantastic dishes from their restaurant menu, and a bottle or two of liquid courage to get everyone singing along.
Norazo Karaoke Club
Closer to the heart of Dallas itself is Norazo Karaoke Club, which stands out with its much more club-like feel. Another standout feature of Norazo is their flat room fee—unlike most other karaoke venues, that charge by the hour. At Norazo, as long as you order food and drinks, the karaoke room will be a flat charge, which can be much easier to handle with large groups.
No matter which venue’s atmosphere you find most conducive to your karaoke groove, we at The Vista Dallas would love to help you find your place to come home to at the end of it all. Contact us to find out more about what we offer in regards to luxury apartments in Uptown Dallas.Back to all posts