Images on the video screen swell right along with the singer as she reaches the chorus of "Livin' on a Prayer," inciting her friends to stand up from the wraparound booth and pump their fists. It's a typical evening at Austin Karaoke, where visitors belt, croon, and warble their favorite songs until 4 a.m. on weeknights and 5 a.m. on Friday and Saturday. Nine karaoke rooms accommodate small parties of up to 8 or large parties of up to 50. Ensconced in these private studios, songsters search the computerized catalog for their standard baroque numbers, grab the microphone, and then pour their souls into a premium sound system.
Bringing together hypnotic mouth pleasers from two sides of the globe, 360 Cafe crafts a menu loaded with Vietnamese and Cajun favorites. Fill toothed caverns with the popular seasonal boiled crawfish (market price) or the classically Cajun catfish basket, with two slivers of lightly battered pisces served with fries ($8.99), and surf Internet waves on the complimentary WiFi. Vermicelli noodles tangle thrillingly with grilled pork accompanied by egg rolls ($6.49), and the vietnamese ham sandwich ($3.25) escorts tongues on a tour of southern Asia’s scenic pork mountains. Beverages such as the Vietnamese iced coffee ($3.50) or an avocado smoothie ($3.75) quench postmeal thirsts and hydrate throats parched from beat-boxing along to 360 Cafe's weekend karaoke sessions.
If you want to record or just practice, we have an in-house studio where you can perfect your singing talent, learn new songs practice old ones, and perform just like the pros!! You don’t have to just listen to music or have someone entertain you, now you can make a recording on CD and “sing” that special song to your love
The Common Interest’s specially designed private rooms accommodate music tastes of all types, with each boasting a touch-screen system stocked with more than 65,000 songs. Cram up to 10 aspiring vocalists inside the newly remodeled spaces, which include customizable light controls to help set the mood before marathon renditions of German oom-pah classics ensue. Nonmusically inclined patrons can use the flat-screen televisions to watch live sporting events, play videogames, or conduct motivational seminars over the Internet.