Although not one of the five traditional senses, a sense of humor is the only thing that allows humans to answer knock-knocks at the door. You're there with this Groupon.
Choose from Ten Options
- $30 for two comedy show admissions, one shared appetizer, and two entrees (up to a $60.97 total value)
- 55 for four comedy show admissions, two shared appetizers, and four entrees (up to a $121.94 total value)
For either option, choose one of the following dates:
- Friday, April 19
- Friday, May 3
- Friday, May 17
- Friday, June 7
- Friday, June 21
Karma Bar and Grill's underground comedy showcase features performers and prominent headliners from throughout the Chicago and Wisconsin areas. Tickets (a $10 value each) grant patrons admission at 8 p.m. when the doors open and the sets begin at 8:30 p.m.
In between laughs, guests can enjoy an appetizer (up to a $10.99 value each) from the menu, such as almond-crusted duck tenders with sweet chili sauce or fried Wisconsin cheese curds with ranch dressing. The selection of entrees (up to a $14.99 value each) includes the mac daddy—a six-cheese mac and cheese with grilled chicken, bacon, jalapeños, and tater tots—a Memphis-style pulled pork sandwich with homemade barbecue sauce, and a mahalo burger with grilled ham, sweet chili-soaked pineapple, and red onion.
Karma Bar & Grill
Karma Bar & Grill aims to feel more like a stylish friend's man-cave than a typical sports bar. Upstairs amid the tangy aroma of buffalo wings and the clink of beer glasses, clusters of friends gather around 72-inch TVs, eyes locked on the game. Downstairs, the Sutra Lounge eases post-victory comedowns with candlelight and sectional couches, while keeping coffee tables laden with cocktails and almond-crusted duck tenders. Karma has restored the former John Ernst Café's crafted stone and hand-carved wood to their former luster—and has also preserved its classic fireplace and replaced the springs on its many, many trap doors. Servers keep the atmosphere inviting as they deliver pitchers of beer, hefty burgers, and plates of six-cheese mac.