In karaoke—as in child rearing or police work—having fun is more important than being good. Belt out your best work with this Groupon.
Choose from Two Options
- $34 for two hours of private karaoke for up to 8 people (up to an $88 value)
- $52 for two hours of private karaoke for up to 13 people (up to a $143 value)<p>
Equipped with lighting effects and plush wraparound couches, private karaoke rooms accommodate more than a dozen guests each. Each chamber boasts a karaoke system replete with two wireless microphones and more than 20,000 songs—plus 30,000 Spanish and Asian hits—and an intercom system for ordering food and drinks remotely (not included with this deal).<p>
Mark and Mary Devlin were once overseas-publishing magnates, creating, among other magazines, Metropolis_⎯the widely circulated weekly English-speaker’s guide to Tokyo⎯and the online newspaper _Japan Today. After 18 years of living in Japan, the couple moved with their two children to Sarasota, where they began yearning for the electrifying karaoke clubs so abundant in Tokyo. In particular, they missed the city’s private rooms, where friends can sing for each other or practice Nobel acceptance speeches without fear, and so the entrepreneurial clan decided to open their own hot spot, Kroaky’s, where a main lounge harmonizes with 10 fully equipped private chambers.
Since opening its doors, Kroaky's Karaoke has attracted droves of five-minute superstars, garnering attention from such media outlets as the Herald-Tribune. Along with the private rooms featuring full room service, Kroaky's webcam allows customers to view the lounge’s performances from home or broadcast the subliminal Soviet propaganda encoded in Starship’s "We Built This City."