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The Ten Best Karaoke Spots in Broward and Palm Beach

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5. Sunday nights at the Dive Bar
Fort Lauderdale's Dive Bar knows the best way to end the weekend is to murderize the most beautiful pop, rock, and R&B songs known to the Western world. Hosted by Angela, the Dive Bar opens up the pool tables during karaoke for free play from 9 p.m. to close and also offers $2.50 draft beers.
4. Tuesday and Wednesday nights at Cheers Restaurant and Bar
Over two nights a week, this Sunrise bar not only features karaoke hosted by Frantz from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. but also doubles as a ladies night. Women get half-off all drinks, while men get the chance to impress with their Elvis Presley renditions. 
3. Thursday nights at the Black Rose Irish Pub
One of the great things about this Boca Raton Irish Pub's Thursday karaoke night is if there's a song you really want to sing and they don't have it, they'll do their best to download it for you. So if you're looking for something slightly more obscure that never seems to be in the musty karaoke binder, this is a spot for you.  
2. Friday nights at Flip Flops Dockside Eatery
You can start the weekend off right at this seaside bar. Every Friday night, Robert Lavalle hosts a night dedicated to karaoke starting at 7:30 p.m. If you need liquid courage, they proudly offer a happy hour all Friday where beer, wine, and well drinks are only $3. 
1. Monday nights at Dubliner Irish Pub
There's no greater incentive to throw care out the window than the Dubliner's free first drink for every karaoke singer. With a selection of over 30,000 songs and a lively audience more likely to cheer you on than to boo you off, this Boca Raton Irish bar will have you making karaoke as much of a Monday night tradition as football.
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David Rolland is a freelance writer for New Times Broward-Palm Beach and Miami New Times. His novel, The End of the Century, published by Jitney Books, is available at many fine booksellers.
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