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Jazz & Blues Clubs: This spot's mantra ("Hear the music, drink booze and talk loud") is strictly enforced. With two stages and the only 4am-liquor license among Chicago's blues clubs, Kingston Mines is packed nightly. Local blues and jazz artists often stop by here after their sets at other clubs. With over 46 years of operation, the club recently expanded and now includes three storefronts and a late night kitchen. Kitchen serves up everything from burgers to New Orleans style BBQ ribs and Cajunj style shrimp. If you enjoy loud, riotous entertainment, this is the joint. Students, seniors, members of the military and hospitality industry can bypass the $15 cover charge by showing a valid ID.

Late Night / After Hours: This spot's mantra ("Hear the music, drink booze, and talk loud") is strictly enforced. With two stages and the only 4am-liquor license among Chicago's blues clubs, Kingston Mines is packed nightly. Local blues and jazz artists often stop by here after their sets at other clubs. With over 30 years of operation, the club recently expanded and now includes three storefronts and a late night kitchen. If you enjoy loud, riotous entertainment, this is the joint.

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Local Expert Megy Karydes Says:

Jazz & Blues Clubs: "Admission is free or discounted for students, seniors, military and members of the trade."

Best for Jazz & Blues Clubs Because: Local blues and jazz artists often stop by here after their sets at other clubs and the party continues until way into the morning hours.

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