While you’re brainstorming activities to distract yourself from the inauguration/impending doomsday, here’s a classic one: karaoke! The world slips away and all that matters is your voice, the mic and belting out “Total Eclipse of the Heart." (Ignore the haters, you're killing it.)
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The Korean and Japanese fusion restaurant, which opened its doors Jan. 6. on Broadway Ave. along the Bed-Stuy/Bushwick border, features three karaoke rooms, which are first-come, first-served. Post-January, prices to reserve a room range from $45/hour for up to 12 guests, to $125/hour for as many as 30.
As for the eats: the menu spans Korean favorites from bibimbap to bulgogi; poke (served as a burrito, bowl or salad); signature celebrity-named sushi rolls (Beyonce is tuna, salmon and king crab; Jay-Z, just shrimp and king crab); and a variety of rice and noodle offerings, from ramen and udon to pineapple spam fried rice.
Oh, and plenty of sake— err, to soothe your voice after one too many showstoppers.