Lee's Unleaded Blues
Capone's Chicago Home
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Lonely Planet review
Far off the tourist path and buried deep on the South Side, Lee's is a genuine juke joint with sweet blues. The local crowd dresses in their finest threads, and everyone jams until dawn. The cover is $5. You'll need wheels to get here.