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25 W. 32nd St., third fl., New York, NY, 10001
We sang our asses off! :)
By faithrobs on 8/13/2010
Service is great here! I went there for the first time last night and the interior was very interesting, they have pictures of 80's artists, which was very vintage looking. We were there with a group of 15 people and got us a big room with plenty of service from the waiter. I highly recommend going there with a large group, it is a lot cheaper than other karaoke places and there was plenty of room to have fun in.
Hands Down Best Karaoke Place in New York City!!!!
By jamesstarks on 8/9/2010
This is my first experience at a Karaoke Bar. I was never interested in singing in front of group of people I did not know because I am very self conscience about my singing abilities. So when my co-workers decided to go on a happy hour in Korea-town they wanted to end the night off by going to Karaoke Bar. When we got to Chorus I was very nervous / scared because of my fear of singing however when I stepped into this Karaoke, I was totally not what I pictured a typical Karaoke to be. It was modern and everything looked very futuristic. My co-works and I were greeted by a friendly waiter that lead us to a private room right away. There were about 25 of us and I thought we were just going to be singing in a lobby like typical karaoke spots however this place had a room big enough to fit all of us and more. My co-worker told me finding a huge karaoke room like this in the city is next to impossible. I was quite impressed. We also ordered 3 bottles of Patron and Johnny Black and the management decided to throw in free (Korean) food and fruit platter which was very nice of them. I can say that at Chorus Karaoke, I have gotten rid of my singing fear and I can finally let my self go here. I would truly recommend this place to anyone who decided to goto Karaoke. Starting from the dÃ©cor, management, song selection to service you get here is pretty awesome. Not to mention the price here. We ended up paying only like 30 dollars even with the hefty tip.
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