Sink into a couch and sing your heart out in Feel's clean, modern-looking rooms (think bright chandeliers and marble tables), whether you're on the hunt for an intimate nook or a banquet-sized space. Grab a drink and a bite to eat or pay $25 per person for BYOB (you'll have to purchase any mixers here). The karaoke list is heavy on the Korean ballads, but English song selections are there and the list is updated regularly. Also, valet parking is a steal at $2 if you can't find a meter nearby. A tip: The machine remote control is almost exclusively in Korean, so ask up front for a demo—the staff here is attentive and friendly.
We're here to sell you on private room karaoke. Sure, you're paying more than you would at a regular karaoke bar or a dive with a crappy machine, but you're also singing more. A lot more. You don't have to wait for eight strangers to butcher Journey (breaking one, if not more, of the ten rules of karaoke) every time you pick a song. And you and your friends can spread out (naps on the couch are totally acceptable), order bottles of booze at a time and make fools of yourselves like no one's watching, because no one is. So get weird, get loud and enjoy.
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