Super cool retro modern hidden speakeasy with 80s music, arcade games, spacious booths, couches, and tables not to mention karaoke rooms (one open to all and several private rental rooms), a stage for live music a great DJ and TVs throughout showing old movies, music videos, and nostalgic art and images all night long in K-Town.
The hostess, greeters, security, and bar staff are all super nice and easygoing. They explain how things work a bit before escorting you inside usually in gathered clusters and groups to avoid so much back and forth as it’s not a straight stroll in… Part of the experience for sure!
Epic bar and fair prices with an open-air patio area for smoking or lounging, though most of the fun is through the halls that lead to the secret passage inside… Need snacks before going in? I suggest sour patch kids personally but they have quite a bit in the vending machines… wink wink.
It’s very dressy casual to semi-casual attire with no super strict dress code though I’d avoid flip flops, sandals, and super casual clothing.
You can buy some snackables inside such as ice cream, but if in need of a meal there are some solid places including food trucks or vendors around before and after “breaking” into Break Room 86… The music will definitely have you breaking into dance as well as song.