Denver's ten best karaoke bars
Jonny B. sings Paul Revere by the Beastie Boys at Armida's Mexican Restaurant and Lounge in Denver. "MCA just died man, I had to give him some props," Jonny says.
2. Armida's's (840 Lincoln Street)
If you're new to karaoke, Armida's might be the ideal spot to start, as the place is fairly intimate and low-key. It prompts even everyday patrons to step up to the mike every night of the week, starting at 6 p.m. The DJs are friendly and are glad to accommodate the most absurd request for songs, whether it comes from longtime karaoke heroes or first-time howlers. And even the shyest shower-stall crooners can expect a warm welcome from Armida's enthusiastic nightly crowds.
David Petersen sings as the karaoke crowd at Armida's Mexican Restaurant and Lounge in Denver continues to grow. Tiffany Rosengrant sings "Piece of my Heart" by Janis Joplin at Armida's Mexican Restaurant and Lounge in Denver. "I'm tone-deaf and Janis Joplin is fucking awesome," Rosengrant says.