5 HOUR PREMIUM HOSTED BAR OPEN BAR 9PM – 2AM
Tucked away on the mezzanine level of The Line Hotel in Koreatown, Houston Hospitality provides an awesome reminder of why the 80s are exactly that, with Break Room 86. Access through a non-descript entrance, located by the loading dock on the West side of the hotel off Ardmore Avenue, will reveal a time warp that will take guests back a few decades complete with a wall tiled with cassette tapes and vintage speakers, among other iconic details. The interiors are matched with a quintessential soundtrack as well as live performances and special guest DJs. There are four karaoke suites available for groups of 10-20, a dance floor, and break room-style snacks.
Behind the bar, the shelves are on hydraulics, which makes it easy to move them up or down, and flush with the floor to create a stage area. On some nights, you may find break dancers performing.
Seating in the main bar area consists of leather couches and booths the Houston brothers upholstered themselves. Mark also made each of the microphone-turned lighting fixtures throughout the bar.
Break Room has four karaoke rooms, three of which you can rent for private parties. And each of the rooms features a special entrance. In the largest room, you enter through a phone booth.
If you snag one of the karaoke rooms, there’s a disco ball, the walls are lined with old record sleeves and the televisions come with a VHS player and copies of “Ghostbusters” and “Black Stallion.” There’s also Atari with 95 games, which can be switched over to karaoke.
This New Year’s Eve, get nostalgic with a rad party at the trendy 80’s-themed Break Room 86 in Koreatown, Los Angeles. Featuring an 80’s-tastic décor and cool ambiance, this trendy karaoke joint has become a popular nightlife destination for in-the-know LA locals. Get in touch with your inner Bueller with a bomb New Year’s party at LA’s Breakroom 86.