Dinner and a show at most hotels and casinos is going to be an expensive night. But, if you’re hoping to not spend quite so much, head to Q Bistro, where you can follow fried chicken with karaoke next door. A regular order comes with six to eight pieces and is $12, plus you can pick from five different sauces (the soy garlic is our favorite). Just bring that one friend who always talks about having been in All-County chorus in the fourth grade and you’ll barely be able to tell the difference between them and Celine.
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