Oh, that magical hour after a long day at your place of employment, where you want to kick back and relax, enjoy a refreshing cocktail, sing away your stress and all for a reasonable price!
Our daily Happy Hour at Wang Chung’s Karaoke Bar is from 5pm to 8pm!
- $3 Domestic Beer
- $4 Import Beer
- $5 Draft Beer
- $4.50 Well Drinks
- $4 Wine
- $1 off all other drinks
And KARAOKE is always FREE during our Happy Hour time! It’s a great time to come practice that song you’ve been wanting to try, but don’t want to spend a dollar to find out that you are really not Adele. (just joking!)
Come down to where there are always free hugs, lots of smiles and laughter, kick-ass karaoke and some of the best bartenders you’ll find in Waikiki! Wang Chung’s is open daily from 5pm to 2am.
Wang Chung’s is featured in 大人のハワイ (Luxury Hawaii) magazine! It’s a Japanese only magazine published only in Japan covering all the cool must do things in Hawaii. We had our second reader/customer this past weekend!
Wang Chung's featured in Japanese Mag: Otano no Hawaii
*Rough* translation: KARAOKE is now a universal language, universal entertainment … even if do not speak English, communicating with a song in karaoke, heating up, things like friends with local people is a common sight. Meanwhile, enjoy the communication with locals, a heartwarming, but here is small karaoke bar. There in a back alley just behind the Hyatt Waikiki, a little fat you are ready to fill it also put 10 people. But the owner, if it sticks to the narrow, in that close physical distance between the audience, “neighbor” If you wait for people to take the senses, and. And if you become happy by singing and drinking, can become friends right away. Humanity, all, right next door poultry (laughs). Good to be true that we shop if they connected. Here, incidentally, the pace of bringing food OK. ‘from dry, even in fried steak in pizza is OK. Nature and each” of them, divided between the Department of neighbors or beer spread even more from that conversation, I become very good friends and all harmonious bar.
In June 2011, Honolulu Magazine’s Christine Hitt visited Wang Chung’s in this online featurette. As she states, “Once inside the energy is infectious and always feels like it’s somebody’s party. And though it is small, it just means you’ll leave making new friends.” Come join the party!