Yakitori boy is a karaoke spot disguised as a restaurant, and it’s somewhere that you can both start and end your night. They have full dinner service downstairs, with things like ramen, sushi, and yakitori skewers. And upstairs, there are big karaoke rooms that can hold up to 20 of your closest friends for sake bomb-fueled renditions of “Lose Yourself” and anything Shania Twain.
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