Crescent Lounge is an LGBTQ dive bar on Capitol Hill that checks off two key components for an ideal karaoke night - it’s never insanely crowded and serves strong well drinks. It’s also where we’ve witnessed a guy singing the best rendition of “Welcome To The Black Parade” we’ve ever heard. If you were ever in a collegiate a cappella group and think you’ve got a golden voice, be warned: the competition here is no joke.
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