In karaoke—as in children's soccer games or jury duty—having fun is more important than doing a good job. Work the crowd with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for $35 worth of karaoke and snacks, valid Sunday–Thursday
- $20 for $60 worth of karaoke and snacks, valid Friday and Saturday
From 8 p.m. until 2 a.m., groups can rent private karaoke rooms, such as a small room that holds six people ($25/hour Monday–Thursday; $38/hour Friday–Sunday) or a large room that holds 12 people ($45/hour Monday–Thursday; $58/hour Friday–Sunday). With a minimum purchase of one item, customers can sing for five hours straight during happy hour from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. ($15/five hours Monday–Thursday; $18/five hours Friday–Sunday).
Between songs, singers nibble food from the snack menu, which includes seafood wonton noodles ($5.99), chicken wings ($3.99), and ice-cream puffs ($4.99). Additionally, groups may bring along their own food for 10% of the total bill or alcoholic beverages for 8% of the total bill.
August Karaoke Box
The mic is hot, the karaoke machine is ready, and a crowd of friends and family sits nearby cheering you on. All that's left is to pick a tune. That's not an easy decision to make at August Karaoke Box, however.
In seven private rooms, touchscreen karaoke machines blast the music and videos for more than 130,000 songs, including Japanese, Korean, English, and Martian hits. Since the rooms are private, groups don’t have to worry about stage fright or waiting through long lines of other singers. But if they really want to show off their pipes, singers can take to the public stage and belt one out to an adoring crowd.
Open until 2 a.m., August Karaoke Box encourages customers to croon well into the wee hours of the morning. To keep these performers energized, the staff serves hot green tea and snacks, such as Japanese-style fried noodles. They also let patrons bring along their own food.
“Had a wonderful time. ”
“It was wonderful!”
“good. I like it”