Karaoke Bars in Central Seattle, Seattle

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  • Bush Garden
    Bush Garden: A User’s Guide Keywords: Japanese Cuisine | Karaoke | Late-Night Bar Menu | Open Since 1953 Sample Menu * Appetizer: tempura prawns and vegetables * Entree: broiled black cod kasuzuke marinated in sake paste * Sushi: Bamboo roll with eel, avocado, and cucumber Brush Off Your Karaoke Favorites: Karaoke is one of Bush Garden’s main draws, beginning every night at 9:30 p.m., except Sundays, when it begins at 5 p.m. If You Work Up an Appetite Singing: there’s a late-night menu serving calamari, yakitori, and deep-fried karaage chicken until midnight. Conversation Starter: Bush Garden opened in 1953 and was once a ritzy destination, drawing visits from the likes of Joe DiMaggio and members of Japan’s royal family. Though the original owners, Roy and Joan Seko, sold the restaurant in 1996, one of today’s owners, Karen Sakata, was a Bush Garden waitress in the 1970s. Where to Sit Tatami Rooms: These private rooms, some of which seat up to 50 people, feature low-slung tables atop floors lined with tatami mats. These are ideal for larger parties, special events, or preventing misbehaving children from hiding under the table. Booths: The booths run along the dining-room walls and feature dividers between each, allowing more privacy than typical booths. Sushi Counter: Sit at the sushi counter to watch the chef expertly execute fresh-fish preparations. Vocab Lesson Karaage: a Japanese dish prepared by marinating small pieces of meat (typically chicken) in a mix of sauces, dredging them flour, and then deep-frying them until crispy. Sashimi: sliced raw fish or meat that, unlike sushi, is not served with rice.
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    614 Maynard Ave S
    Seattle, WA US
  • Seattle's Best Karaoke
    Seattle’s Best Karaoke: A User’s Guide Private Karaoke Rooms | BYOB | 23,000+ Songs | Multi-Language Songbook Where to Sit: in a private room, where you and your party can belt out as many tunes as you want. When to Go: late at night; the place is open until midnight on weekdays and 3 a.m. on weekends. While You’re Waiting Peruse the massive songbook, which lists more than 12,000 English songs, 11,000 Japanese songs, and plenty of Latin and Indonesian tunes. Inside Tips While Seattle’s Best Karaoke doesn’t serve food or drinks, they allow both inside, so feel free to bring something to snack or sip on. You will, however, need to purchase a $10 Banquet Permit online to bring alcoholic beverages. Want to belt out your best Bruce Springsteen in the privacy of your own home? SBK delivers karaoke systems for on-location parties. While You’re in the Neighborhood Before: Practice moves for ensuing Karaoke performances by hitting the floor at Salsa N’ Seattle Dance Studio, which hosts open salsa and swing dancing on select evenings. After: Head to Da Spot Hookah Lounge and blow smoke rings until 4 a.m. on the weekends.
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    1818 Minor Ave
    Seattle, WA US