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Private Karaoke Rooms

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Published May 22nd 2012
Ever feel like belting out some tunes but think karaoke is too hokey? Wanna grab the mike but not the attention of a packed house of drunken ne'er-do-wells? Fear not there's a place in the city that's the perfect haven for you self-conscious singers. Karaoke Duet 48 presents karaoke the Japanese way: Private rooms.

Karaoke Duet 48 wants you to release your inner diva in the comfort of your own space. This hot spot has rooms of all sizes, so it's a great place for a date, girls' night out, or a birthday party. You order a couple of drinks, sift through the songbooks, and croon to your heart's content. Everything is under your control, and no one outside your party (read: strangers) will hear you sing.

Once you're feeling good and the drinks are flowing, your night as a songbird can get a little pricey, especially if you decide to tack extra time onto your session. But you'll be having so much fun, your wallet won't even notice. Open seven days a week from early afternoon until the wee hours of the morning, Karaoke Duet 48 has an extensive song list of rock, pop, standards, and even Japanese tunes that will keep your vocal chords moving all night.

It's always a good idea to make reservations in advance because the crowd may make you wait more than an hour to get a room, especially on the weekends.

Other places in the city that offer private rooms are Karaoke Duet 48's sister club, Karaoke Duet 35 on W. 35th between 5th and 6th; Sing Sing Karaoke in the East Village; and Karaoke One 7 on W. 17th Street.
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Why? You need to release your inner Madonna.
When: Monday-Thursday 2pm-4am; Friday 2pm-6am; Saturday 1pm-6am; Sunday 1pm-4am
Where: 304 E. 48th Street between 1st & 2nd
Cost: Room charge based on per person/per hour. Varies with day of week and time of day.
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