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The High Note Karaoke Lounge [edit]
645 N. James Lovell St.
Milwaukee, WI 53203
(414) 226-5852
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Downtown bar with karaoke Wednesday through Saturdays nights.


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Posted by star2_baby282 on Oct. 2, 2012 at 9:27 a.m. (report)

Let me start by saying this bar should be on milwaukee's list as the #1 worst karaoke bar to visit...EVER. I've been a customer for a few years now and the only thing that kept me going back was the bartender Courtney. See the owner Sal is old is rude and angry everytime I've ever been there. Say you didn't realize you didn't turn your mic on... He would reach over, snatch it out of your hand, and then throw it back at you. Don't dare ask a question he just waves you off and tells you he busy. Lets see what else, he skips people on the list constantly, it doesn't matter if you are a regular or not he picks and chooses who he wants to hear sing. You have to write you "real" name, no nicknames! Which isn't a big deal exept for one time while I was visiting Sal threw a fit about someone wrote their name as Elvis and he told the guy he couldn't sing... well turns out the guys name was Elvis, he actually had to show the owner his id, and Sal didn't even appologize. I could go on and on about things I've seen while visiting. So why would I go back you ask? The batender, she made the bar. She was always so friendly and energetic you felt so amazing while you were there. And her drinks were one of a kind too, just absolutely delicious. I went back time and time again despite the owners horrible business skills, but she has quit the bar for reasons you can imagine, and I will never go back.

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