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Karaoke in Santa Cruz

karaoke_in_santa_cruzLet your star shine with karaoke in Santa Cruz


Boardwalk Bowl
Bocci’s Cellar
Britannia Arms
Fog Bank
Henfling’s Tavern & Grill
Hindquarter Bar and Grill
I Love Sushi
Malone’s Grille
Michael’s on Main
Sir Froggy’s Pub
Trout Farm Inn


Boardwalk Bowl
Call for various times. 155 Cliff St., across from the Boardwalk. 426-3324.

Bocci’s Cellar with the Karaoke Sound Company
Saturdays 10pm–1:30am. 140 Encinal St., Santa Cruz. 427-1795

Britannia Arms with the Karaoke Sound Company
Fridays 9pm–1:30am. 8017 Soquel Drive, Aptos. 688-1233

Fog Bank with the Karaoke Sound Company
Tuesdays 7pm. 211 Esplande, Capitola. 462-1881

Henfling’s Tavern & Grill
Tuesdays 8pm. 9450 Highway 9, Ben Lomond. 336-9318

Hindquarter Bar and Grill
Fridays 9:30pm. 303 Soquel Ave, Santa Cruz. 426-7770

I Love Sushi
Call for various times. 516 Front St., Santa Cruz. 421-0706

Malone’s Grille
Saturdays 8:30pm. 4402 Scotts Valley Drive, Scotts Valley. 438-2244

Michael’s on Main
Wednesdays 8:30pm–11pm. 2591 Main St., Soquel. 479-9777

Sir Froggy’s Pub with the Karaoke Sound Company
Thursdays 9–11pm. 4771 Soquel Drive, Soquel. 476-9802

Trout Farm Inn
Thursdays 5pm. 7701 East Zayante Road, Felton. 335-4317


Karaoke bars and nightclubs in Santa Cruz
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Aptos Brittannia Arms Closed
written by Heather Anderson, April 25, 2013
The brit in aptos has closed, why I do not know

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