My First Karaoke Brunch

If you asked me if I would ever get up and sing karaoke in exchange for a free brunch, my answer would be: No trust me, you don’t want to hear my voice. But if YOUR answer is yes, then you’ll want to check out this new Papagayo special. Papagayo Charlestown is hosting a Karaoke Brunch on Sundays where you can earn a FREE breakfast simply by singing some tunes for the crowd. And even if you don’t feel like singing, everyone that comes to support you will get 50% off their brunch entrees for the ENTIRE month of January. I had my first karaoke brunch experience this past Sunday with some other wonderful bloggers to celebrate the launch of HeyLets.

HeyLets is an alternative to some of the review sites out there. The focus is on sharing positive experiences at places you love (restaurants, shops, fitness studios, etc.) and interacting with other users. To create a post on the app it’s super easy! All you need to do is write a couple of sentences and share a pic. Through the app you can wishlist other people’s posts (sort of like favoriting a tweet or liking a status) . And, as your posts are wishlisted, you increase your status from rookie to up and coming to reviewer, etc. It’s kind of like Yelp but on a whole new level. You can download it from the itunes store and try it here.

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Anyways, back to brunch! I started out with their coconut margarita, which was absolutely delicious. I usually get their Blackberry Fizz drink, which I also highly recommend. The menu had a bunch of great brunch options that fit with their Mexican theme. While I was not daring enough to get the Huevos Divociado or Brunch Stack, others did try some of the house specials. I got the West Coast Omelette, which came with fire roasted turkey and fresh avocado and chili-lime dressed greens. The dressing on the greens was tangy and refreshing and complemented my super sweet drink.

Our group getting our karaoke on!

Our group getting our karaoke on!

I’d been to Papagayo for dinner plenty of times and really enjoy the atmosphere and laid back vibe. Their guacamole is also to die for if you’ve never had it! It was neat checking it out for breakfast though, especially because I had never been to a Mexican style restaurant for breakfast (and drinks +brunch go so well together). Add attentive servers, good company, even better food and drinks, and I can definitely say I enjoyed my experience at Papagayo.

Just a few FYI’s: Karaoke brunch is only available at the Charlestown location on Sundays.

My meal was complimentary (even though I didn’t sing) but all opinions are my own.

Where: The offer is available at Papagayo’s Charlestown restaurant, located at 1 Chelsea Street.