30+ Years Proudly Serving The Bay Area
The Mint Bay Area Karaoke has been an SF Karaoke hotspot for three decades and still going strong.
The Mint Bay Area Karaoke Tradition Continues
The Mint Bay Area Karaoke got its name from the Federal Mint (which prints money down the street). The Mint once was a fine dining restaurant that served Steak and Lobster. In the 90s it was taken over and converted into a karaoke bar much as you see it today. The Mint has hosted many LGBT events and competitions over the years and remains “an everyone’s welcome” safe, supportive establishment.
As an establishment, we are happy to serve the Bay Area as San Francisco’s best SF karaoke Lounge for over thirty years.
Open Minded SF Karaoke Forever
The Mint SF Karaoke has been a long-time supporter of LGBTQIA+ rights and even was once a gay bar. The Mint continues the tradition of a gay-friendly destination that welcomes all individuals LGBTQIA+ or not to sing their hearts out. Celebrate Pride Month with us every year and wear your Pride colors to show your support!
Learn more about The Mint Karaoke Bar’s gay history.
BEST KARAOKE IN THE BAY, Year after year
Selected the “Best Karaoke Lounge in the Bay Area” by the Bay Guardian, “Peoples Choice Award” by the San Francisco Chronicle, as well as numerous other awards.
The Mint has been featured on CNN Headline News, KPIX Channel 5 in San Francisco, VIACOM Cable Channel 35, and was recently the subject of a yet to be released international documentary about karaoke. View our awards below.
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"The Mint is the legendary karaoke spot on Market street in San Francisco"
~ Yelp: Heather D.