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1. Lincoln Karaoke5526 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago
2. Trader Todd's3216 N Sheffield Ave, Chicago
3. AlleyCat Comics5304 N Clark St, Chicago
4. Jerry's Sandwiches5419 N Clark St, Chicago
5. Stanley's Kitchen & Tap1970 N Lincoln Ave, Chicago
6. Rory Lake's Karaoke Dreams1824 W Cortland St., Chicago
7. The Whistler2421 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago
Lincoln Karaoke has a few private rooms so that you and your friends can belt out tunes at the top of your lungs without the fear of getting bad looks from those 'professionals'. They also have a whole host of props and extra instruments to give your performance that extra kick.
At Trader Todd's you can sing karaoke, drink in a beer garden setting and make a fool of yourself all in one place. Grab a mic and a tiki-tropical drink and start singing.
Alleycat Comics is a quaint little comic shop with anything but a small collection of comics. Come here not only to do your graphic novel/comic book shopping but also to sing some karaoke in a very different and unique setting.
If you want amazing comfort food like Lobster Po Boys, a crazy long selection of craft beer try 150+ and karaoke all available at your fingertips, Jerry's in Wicker Park is the place for you.
This neighborhood dive bar has everything you could want for your local watering hole, cheap booze, DJs, dance floor and if you're lucky an appearance by the Naked Guy.
This Karaoke joint is located at the local American Legion Post 923 and hosts professionals and amateurs alike. They also provide patrons with copious amounts of cheap booze that flows all night long.
Started by two indie label owners/members of a punk acapella group (seriously), Whistler's a music venue so great, you'd happily hang out when no bands are playing: decked out w/ exposed brick, an L-shaped walnut bar top, reclaimed church pews and chairs with hymnal holders on back, and an intimate, nicotine-friendly back patio, where you can indulge in the habit that'll one day ensure daily prayer.