Be A Karaoke Star
Let’s Belt Out Some Tunes!
READY TO SING?
We have open mic karaoke Monday through Saturday evenings and going until 1:30am. Karaoke starts at 9pm on Monday – Wednesday and 8pm Thursday – Saturday.
The formula is simple. We feature live, mixing DJ’s and talented emcee’s . The music is always a progressive mix of 50’s through today’s hits, classic rock, disco, dance, hip-hop, swing, and Top 40. The stage is open to everyone (21+) for karaoke and it’s free to sing.
We offer hundreds of songs for guest to choose from, and our staff treats everyone like a star!. The wide variety of music, the energetic emcee’s, and the unknown of the next karaoke singer make this bar the phenomenon it is. The magic ingredient is our guests. They make the shows fun and different every night.
Join Us For A Beer!
Here at the Double D, we have many bottles and seasonly rotating drafts to choose from.
The options are dizzying, and if you don’t know the difference between a pale ale and a stout there’s a pretty good chance you’re going to order something you don’t really want to drink. While you may think “a beer is a beer,” that’s not at all true. There are tons of characteristics that distinguish one type of beer from another, so before you waste another dollar on a beer you don’t like, it’s a good idea to understand the qualities you like and don’t like in each style.
Flavor: Strong hops (but not as strong as IPAs), softer malt, fragrant, and pleasurably bitter flavors.
Color: Light golden color and a notable clarity.
Strength: Usually 5 percent ABV.
Fun Fact: Pilsner is one of the youngest beer styles in the world, first brewed in 1842.
Flavor: Heavily roasted flavor with hints of coffee, chocolate, licorice and molasses — and no apparent hops flavor.
Color: Very, very dark with a head that is usually tan to brown.
Strength: 4-7 percent ABV
Fun Fact: Porters and stouts were interchangeable throughout history, but as porters started become weaker as a result of the World Wars, people began referring to strong porters as stouts. And so this beer style was born.
Flavor: In the U.K., this brew has a strong malty and woody flavor. In the U.S., the hops are ramped up during brewing, making it a hoppy beer (but not as hoppy as an IPA).
Color: Pale gold to amber.
Strength: 4-7 percent ABV
Fun Fact: They’ve been brewed since 1642, when coke was first used as a form of fuel to roast malt. Coke (not to be confused with the brand of soda) is a fuel with few impurities, made from coal.
Flavor: Brown ales have a higher level of malt, which makes them more earthy and less bitter. Flavors vary from sweet, to slightly hoppy, to earthy and malty.
Color: Dark, dark amber.
Strength: 4-8 percent ABV
Fun Fact: It’s a very old style beer, dating back to the early 1700s.