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Every Notable Spot for Karaoke in Montreal

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A great alternative to the club scene, karaoke bars offer a welcomed midpoint between catching up with friends over drinks and letting loose after said drinks start to kick in. From Japanese-style KTV bars to raucous open mic dives, here are the places where you can drink and sing in Montreal.

Note that while most of these are permanent karaoke bars, some only offer it on certain nights of the week — details are noted below. The bars on this map are arranged geographically, and not ranked.

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Note: Restaurants on this map are listed geographically.

1. Bar Zoé

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3296 Jean-Talon Est, Montreal
QC H2A 1W3, Canada
(514) 374-0666
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Karaoke, cocktails, and fondue all come together at this resto-bar in St-Michel, with the odd option of live-streaming karaoke online from the comfort of your own home..

2. La P'tite Place

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521 Rue Bélanger, Montréal
PQ H2S 1G5, Canada
(514) 279-3993
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This Petite-Patrie bar sports huge song books, plenty of local beers, inexpensive pitchers, and a hefty library of vintage music videos in a slightly cozy space.

3. 2k Sushi Fusion

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89 Rue Jean-Talon Est, Montréal
QC H2R 1S6, Canada
(514) 273-8868
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Sushi, General Tao, broccoli beef, pho, satay, and weekend karaoke all happen simultaneously at this boîte next to the Jean-Talon Market. (The karaoke beats the food.)

4. Notre-Dame-Des-Quilles

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32 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal
QC H2S 1P8, Canada
(514) 507-1313
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While NDQ offers onstage karaoke from the Lipster team just once a week (Sunday evenings). With different themes every week ranging from vague concepts like “the body” and “dogs” to more concrete themes like, “90s nostalgia” and “showtunes”, Lipster offers a unique spin on the traditional concept, as well as a thoroughly entertaining show from many performers. Plus, there’s pizza by the slice.

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5. Bar La Remise

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540, rue Boucher, Montreal
QC H2J 1C2, Canada
(514) 272-0206
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It turns out that one of the city's essential dive bars also has a karaoke machine. This could get dangerous.

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6. Astral 2000

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1845 Ontario Est, Montreal
QC, Canada
(514) 523-1447
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This boisterous Centre-Sud bar is a popular neighbourhood hangout and a classic for karaoke.

7. Le Date Karaoke

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1218, rue Ste-Catherine Est, Montreal
QC H2L 2G9, Canada
(514) 521-1242
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Formerly Le Club Date, this hybrid gay bar with a very red interior is a solid bet for public karaoke in the Village.

8. Les Trois Minots

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3812 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2W 1X6, Canada
(514) 562-1672
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One of the best dive bar karaoke haunts, Trois Minots offers a comprehensive selection of songs as well as more than fair prices for drinks. The venue itself is a bit tight, so get ready to brush shoulders with your fellow amateur songsters.

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9. Le Saint-Sulpice

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1680, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal
PQ H2X 3K6, Canada
(514) 844-9458
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The Latin Quarter's most infamous, feverish beer garden has a basement karaoke space (also sometimes used for shows) and takes the sing-a-long party outside from time to time.

10. CEO Karaoke

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1008 Rue Clark, Montréal
QC H2Z 1J9, Canada
(514) 903-6578
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While the equipment at this Chinatown spot isn’t exactly on par with other private karaoke rooms in the city, the prices are agreeable and the venue — deep underground in a Chinatown mall — is something in itself.

11. K Karaoke

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2110, Rue Crescent, Montreal
QC H3G 2B8, Canada
(514) 903-7799
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A helpful Yelper writes that K Karaoke lacks "some of the newer songs and my favorite No Doubt songs. But they did have Baby Got Back and most places don't have it." That and plenty of soju and beer in a range of brightly-lit private rooms on Crescent Street.

12. K100

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1231 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Montréal
QC H3G 1P5, Canada
(514) 284-4288

Private rooms, booze, and a wide range of classic hits, alongside J-pop and K-pop. University student associations dig this place.

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13. Pang Pang

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1226 Mackay, Montreal
QC H3G 2H4, Canada
(514) 938-8886
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Most true karaoke fans go for this place in a big way. Regulars enjoy the private room setup and recommend straight alcohol in lieu of mixed drinks. Here you’ll find everything from today’s hits to classics ranging from “No Diggity” to “Don’t Stop Believing”. Tip: Pang Pang has a food menu and will deliver straight to the room; no need to pause the queue.

14. Taverne La Chic Régal

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2567 Rue Centre, Montréal
PQ, H3K 1J9
(514) 931-3059
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With a casse-croûte menu and friendly staff, Taverne Régal could be one of the city’s most underrated bars. The Pointe-Saint-Charles spot has been open since 1928 — the karaoke system came some time after that.

15. Trevi

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800 Rue de l'Église, Verdun
QC H4G 2N2, Canada
(514) 768-6696
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Drawing in crowds from the Sud-Ouest, this Verdun pizzeria also offers onstage karaoke on Fridays and Saturdays, alongside pasta, and submarine sandwiches. Who wouldn’t want to belt it out over a plate of spaghetti?

1. Bar Zoé

3296 Jean-Talon Est, Montreal, QC H2A 1W3, Canada

Karaoke, cocktails, and fondue all come together at this resto-bar in St-Michel, with the odd option of live-streaming karaoke online from the comfort of your own home..

3296 Jean-Talon Est, Montreal
QC H2A 1W3, Canada

2. La P'tite Place

521 Rue Bélanger, Montréal, PQ H2S 1G5, Canada

This Petite-Patrie bar sports huge song books, plenty of local beers, inexpensive pitchers, and a hefty library of vintage music videos in a slightly cozy space.

521 Rue Bélanger, Montréal
PQ H2S 1G5, Canada

3. 2k Sushi Fusion

89 Rue Jean-Talon Est, Montréal, QC H2R 1S6, Canada

Sushi, General Tao, broccoli beef, pho, satay, and weekend karaoke all happen simultaneously at this boîte next to the Jean-Talon Market. (The karaoke beats the food.)

89 Rue Jean-Talon Est, Montréal
QC H2R 1S6, Canada

4. Notre-Dame-Des-Quilles

32 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal, QC H2S 1P8, Canada

While NDQ offers onstage karaoke from the Lipster team just once a week (Sunday evenings). With different themes every week ranging from vague concepts like “the body” and “dogs” to more concrete themes like, “90s nostalgia” and “showtunes”, Lipster offers a unique spin on the traditional concept, as well as a thoroughly entertaining show from many performers. Plus, there’s pizza by the slice.

32 Rue Beaubien E, Montréal
QC H2S 1P8, Canada

5. Bar La Remise

540, rue Boucher, Montreal, QC H2J 1C2, Canada
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It turns out that one of the city's essential dive bars also has a karaoke machine. This could get dangerous.

540, rue Boucher, Montreal
QC H2J 1C2, Canada

6. Astral 2000

1845 Ontario Est, Montreal, QC, Canada

This boisterous Centre-Sud bar is a popular neighbourhood hangout and a classic for karaoke.

1845 Ontario Est, Montreal
QC, Canada

7. Le Date Karaoke

1218, rue Ste-Catherine Est, Montreal, QC H2L 2G9, Canada

Formerly Le Club Date, this hybrid gay bar with a very red interior is a solid bet for public karaoke in the Village.

1218, rue Ste-Catherine Est, Montreal
QC H2L 2G9, Canada

8. Les Trois Minots

3812 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal, QC H2W 1X6, Canada

One of the best dive bar karaoke haunts, Trois Minots offers a comprehensive selection of songs as well as more than fair prices for drinks. The venue itself is a bit tight, so get ready to brush shoulders with your fellow amateur songsters.

3812 Boul St-Laurent, Montréal
QC H2W 1X6, Canada

9. Le Saint-Sulpice

1680, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal, PQ H2X 3K6, Canada

The Latin Quarter's most infamous, feverish beer garden has a basement karaoke space (also sometimes used for shows) and takes the sing-a-long party outside from time to time.

1680, rue Saint-Denis, Montréal
PQ H2X 3K6, Canada

10. CEO Karaoke

1008 Rue Clark, Montréal, QC H2Z 1J9, Canada

While the equipment at this Chinatown spot isn’t exactly on par with other private karaoke rooms in the city, the prices are agreeable and the venue — deep underground in a Chinatown mall — is something in itself.

1008 Rue Clark, Montréal
QC H2Z 1J9, Canada

11. K Karaoke

2110, Rue Crescent, Montreal, QC H3G 2B8, Canada

A helpful Yelper writes that K Karaoke lacks "some of the newer songs and my favorite No Doubt songs. But they did have Baby Got Back and most places don't have it." That and plenty of soju and beer in a range of brightly-lit private rooms on Crescent Street.

2110, Rue Crescent, Montreal
QC H3G 2B8, Canada

12. K100

1231 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Montréal, QC H3G 1P5, Canada
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Private rooms, booze, and a wide range of classic hits, alongside J-pop and K-pop. University student associations dig this place.

1231 Rue Sainte-Catherine Ouest, Montréal
QC H3G 1P5, Canada

13. Pang Pang

1226 Mackay, Montreal, QC H3G 2H4, Canada

Most true karaoke fans go for this place in a big way. Regulars enjoy the private room setup and recommend straight alcohol in lieu of mixed drinks. Here you’ll find everything from today’s hits to classics ranging from “No Diggity” to “Don’t Stop Believing”. Tip: Pang Pang has a food menu and will deliver straight to the room; no need to pause the queue.

1226 Mackay, Montreal
QC H3G 2H4, Canada

14. Taverne La Chic Régal

2567 Rue Centre, Montréal, PQ, H3K 1J9

With a casse-croûte menu and friendly staff, Taverne Régal could be one of the city’s most underrated bars. The Pointe-Saint-Charles spot has been open since 1928 — the karaoke system came some time after that.

2567 Rue Centre, Montréal
PQ, H3K 1J9

15. Trevi

800 Rue de l'Église, Verdun, QC H4G 2N2, Canada

Drawing in crowds from the Sud-Ouest, this Verdun pizzeria also offers onstage karaoke on Fridays and Saturdays, alongside pasta, and submarine sandwiches. Who wouldn’t want to belt it out over a plate of spaghetti?

800 Rue de l'Église, Verdun
QC H4G 2N2, Canada

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