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Although New Yorkers have no problem singing out in the streets, many still prefer to reserve a private room at one of the city’s many karaoke bars. In Chinatown, Inhabit Karaoke Lounge takes up more than 5,000 square feet on the third floor of a five-story residential building that also – somewhat quixotically – houses a preschool. The space itself is divided up into eight suites of different sizes, with the largest able to accommodate up to 35 people. Each room comes fully equipped with 42”+ LCD monitors, L.E.D. and disco mood lighting, alongside the expected touch-screen operated database of 120,000 songs in English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Korean and Japanese. If you need help reaching your inner Beyoncé, order cocktails by the pitcher.