If you love songs and sushi, SingSing Karaoke Palace is your new spot. The H Street, Northeast karaoke lounge adjoining Sticky Rice is now open, serving a full menu of cocktails and creative Asian eats from the restaurant.
Co-owners Jason Martin and John Yamashita outfitted two private rooms with all the high-tech equipment to sing the night away, plus a call button for summoning a Sticky Rice waiter. Chef Jonny Moto recently revamped the menu, filled with a variety of noodle bowls like crispy Szechuan shrimp, curry-fried rice, and a number of vegan options in both the entree and sushi categories (the tater tots haven’t gone anywhere). Tecate tallboys, sakes, and Asian-inspired cocktails are available for liquid courage.
Guests can reserve SingSing’s rooms in advance; one holds up to 12 singers ($45 per hour), and the other 18 ($65 per hour).
SingSing Karaoke Palace. 1224 H St., NE; 202-643-1222. Sunday through Thursday, 5 p.m. to 2 a.m.; Friday and Saturday, 5 p.m. to 3 a.m.