Cozy little place!! The karaoke area is kind if tiny, so it is perfect for people with stagefright! (I don't have stagefright though, and wished for a larger audience, but oh well. We went on a Monday so it was dead)
Watch your step on the way in, the steps are trippy XD
There are clear rules about not booing or jeering and the staff are really friendly and love to sing on the mic when no one else has requested songs.
They have a pretty extensive songbook, but I wanted to sing KPop, and they can look up Youtube Karaokes or instrumentals for you. They have two mics on the stage so you can do duets.
To sing, you write your name, song title, and song artist on a slip of paper and hand it to the KJ. Then he will call up your name randomly. There are multiple tvs displaying the song lyrics so you can move around on the stage and still see the lyrics, and the audience can see the lyrics and sing along if they want. There is a charging station for your phone if you drained your battery filming, like me XD.
The menu is mexican food and burgers(?). It is decent, but not the best to be eating if you want to be singing too.
The whole place becomes only 18+ after 9pm. There is an upstairs half too, but this is only open on the weekends.
The best bar! So friendly, go there and you'll feel like family. Singers of all ranges welcome. Everyone will have a good time. People will most likely sing along with you so don't feel shy to sing on stage. Food is killer too. No reason not to go to this place.