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The End Karaoke Bar is just 2 minutes walk from Amsterdam Central Station. You can show off your singing skills or simply come for some drinks and watch the others sing. This professional and fun karaoke bar is running every evening, seven nights a...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
Nieuwebrugsteeg 32, 1012 AH Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Never met anyone so rude before. We came in and just said; we would like to sing some songs. They looked at us like we said something horrible and literally said; we don't want you to be here so please just leave. We stayed because...More
Decided that even though there were bad reviews we'd give it a go. If we didn't like it, we'd leave.
We loved it. 5 ladies aged from 36-52, and we sung ourselves hoarse!
They have a great selection of songs. We don't know if the...More
Turned up with a group that filled this bar and they nearly kicked us out because we didn't have a booking, even when the bar was empty anyway. For the rest of the night the waitress made it seem like everything was a hassle and...More
I was there in for 3 hours private party with my friends/colleagues. A group of nearly 20 people happy to be there and ready to set the place on fire with our singing!
We arrived on time all of us but had to wait like...More
I visited for a team out with my colleagues, and we rented the place for ourselves for 3 hours. Nobody else was there during our stay so we managed to sing many songs. However the microphones were not working properly, and overall the volume of...More
First things first, I live in Asia, the kingdom of Karaoke so what I'm about to say comes from years of experience. Let's start with service, starting ok at first then after two hours and nearly 200€ spent I went to the bar and asked...More
A fun location, but not given what promised.
We were told we would have exclusive use of location for 3 hours, this was not the case.
Microphones were not always switched on. Didn't skip tracks if no one got up to join in.
Came her with a few friends of mine and were not disappointed! The drinks were flowing, the other guests were lovely and the song selection was unending. Whether you like Led Zeppelin or One Direction there was music for you. A really fun night out...More
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