A typical night out at a KTV joint usually involves uninspired snacks, overpriced drinks that come out of a box, and off-key yowling. Unfortunately, singing in public spaces is still very much the domain of the tone-deaf but at Skinny's, you can take the edge off the high-octave action with a couple of "Fast and Cheap" cocktails.
This new karaoke bar by former Cufflink Club and Vasco bartender Nick Haas serves affordable and decent concoctions, like the Americano and tequila-based Paloma (both $15) or the Daiquiri No. 1 and caipiroska (both $18). For an extra $3, you can get your classics made with premium spirits too. Snacks are basic, including stuff like Ruffles with sour cream and onion dip and pretzel rolls with cheese dip.
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