Seminole Heights' Gangchu Chicken & Beer has finally opened the karaoke room

The room features the Singa Karaoke system, multiple HD flat screens, a state-of-the-art sound system and light show.

click to enlarge PHOTO VIA GANGCHU CHICKEN & BEER
Photo via Gangchu Chicken & Beer
Chicken, beer and now a karaoke room.

Seminole Heights Korean fried chicken hotspot Gangchu—located at 6618 N Nebraska Ave.—now features a private room with a Singa Karaoke system, multiple HD flat screens, a state-of-the-art sound system and light show.

Available for $10 per person per hour, the experience allows up to 12 guests to choose from one of the largest licensed karaoke song catalogs in Tampa Bay, says Gancghu.
Additionally, guests are able to order from a full-service bar with signature cocktails, craft beer and wine.

The rooms are also equipped with motion-sensored hand sanitizing stations and they're cleaned with EPA-approved sanitizers. Microphone covers are also provided.

Gancghu encourages reservations for the karaoke room, but walk-in services are available based on reservations. 
click to enlarge Available for $10 per person per hour, Gangchu's karaoke room experience allows up to 12 guests to choose from one of the largest licensed karaoke song catalogs in Tampa Bay. - PHOTO BY MARK BLOHM
Photo by Mark Blohm
Available for $10 per person per hour, Gangchu's karaoke room experience allows up to 12 guests to choose from one of the largest licensed karaoke song catalogs in Tampa Bay.

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