Five Favorite Phoenix Karaoke Bars

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2. Geisha A Go Go This posh sushi bar features large black and white portraits of Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, and Sid Vicious, which blend into the minimalist zen theme surprisingly well. A first time visitor could easily overlook the private karaoke rooms tucked away in the back of the bar, but once a reservation is made, it's party time.

The private rooms are a great way to overcome stage fright--after all, it's tough not to feel like a rockstar while surrounded by a disco ball, mood lights, a stripper pole, and a rowdy group of friends. The bar has a few premade playlists like "boy bands" and "girly girl," but if guests can't find what they need, all of the rooms are equipped to connect to mp3 players.

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