HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO US! Wang Chung’s Karaoke Bar has hit four years today and we want to celebrate our extreme happiness with you. Come join us this weekend as we host a three day anniversary party. We’ll have new drink specials, giveaways, SPECIAL GUESTS, and as always, free bear hugs!
Wang Chung’s Karaoke Bar is located in beautiful Waikiki! We’re on a little side street called Koa Avenue filled with small local businesses and quaint walk-up apartments. It’s behind the Hyatt Regency Hotel and just past King’s Village located on the corner of Koa Avenue and Ka’iulani Avenue.
Once you reach Odoriko Japanese Restaurant in King’s Village, take a look down the marble-clad alley and you’ll see Wang’s. We are listed on the directory and you’ll see our little sign in the grass. Head towards the lighted Open sign and you’ll see beautiful Futoko’s face on our sign!
Don’t be intimidated by our size or location. We may be a little hard to find, but it’s a gem worth searching for! Come on in and “hunnay, whatever you like, we do for you!” We are the Friendliest Bar in Waikiki with Kick-Ass Karaoke and always free hugs!
A Latin American rice drink with a Wang Chung‘s twist! We take a refreshing sweet and creamy classic rice-and-almond based drink and spice it up with some cinnamon whiskey. How’s that for an adult beverage?
Come on down to Wang Chung’s Karaoke Bar to try a yummy Whore-chata or any one of our other original concoctions today!
- 1-1/2 oz Fireball Cinnamon Whiskey
- 3 oz Horchata
- Dash of Ground Cinnamon
- Garnish with a Cinnamon Stick
- Serve on Ice
In honor of the anniversary of the birth of Ho Chi Minh, Wang Chung’s has created a light, refreshing and delicious cocktail we dub Ho-Chi-tini. It features Hawaii’s own Kai Coconut Pandan Vodka. It is a rice vodka with “hints of vanilla derived from pandan, a fragrant herb found across South East Asia. Made with real coconut water,” as stated on their website, www.kaivodka.com.
Thanks once again to our friends @nonstophonolulu who produced this online featurette of our mixology session. Bartender Henry Schneider from Wang Chung’s Karaoke Bar demonstrates the process as Owner Dan Chang narrates.
“We will be featuring two ingredients that are not normally used in cocktails: egg whites and gum syrup. Egg whites tend to add a lot foam and texture to the cocktails, and gum syrup adds a really nice, silky mouth feel to it.” We will also be utilizing a “double shake” technique to prepare the cocktail. First, a “dry shake” to add a lot of foam and texture to the egg whites. Followed by a “wet shake” on ice to chill the cocktail. Finally, we garnish the cocktail with a twisted shiso leaf for an additional layer of flavor.
- 2 oz Kai Coconut Pandan Vodka
- 1/2 oz gum syrup
- 1/2 oz fresh lemon juice
- 1/2 oz egg whites
- garnish with shiso leaf