Clubs in Pittsburg

Improv Comedy for Two at Made Up Theatre (Up to 57% Off)

Made Up Theatre

Grimmer

$28 $12

Alternating teams perform long- and short-form improv fueled by audience suggestions

The Godfathers of Comedy: Paul Mooney & Dick Gregory at Palace of Fine Arts Theatre on October 21 (Up to 69% Off)

The Godfathers of Comedy Paul Mooney and Dick Gregory

Palace of Fine Arts Theatre

$127.59 $39

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Provocative comedians and activists take the stage for a night of irreverent anecdotes, side-splitting jokes, and history

Guy Branum, Janine Brito, and Kevin Shea at Cobb's Comedy Club on September 25 or 26 (Up to 56% Off)

Guy Branum, Janine Brito, & Kevin Shea at Cobb's Comedy Club

Cobb's Comedy Club

$18.50 $10

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Enjoy a triple-dose of hilarity from Chelsea Lately star Guy Branun, award-winning comic Janine Brito, and Kevin Shea

$10 for Two to See SF Comedy Showcase at Punch Line San Francisco(Up to $25 Value)

SF Comedy Showcase

Punch Line San Francisco

$25 $10

Sunday show running for more than 30 years brings together lineups of local up-and-comers

Scientist Turned Comedian Tim Lee on Saturday, September 27, at 8 p.m. (Up to 50% Off)

Scientist Turned Comedian Tim Lee

Richard M. Brunelle Performance Hall

$27 $13.50

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PhD-holding comedian draws on academic background and PowerPoint skills to craft cerebral, PG-13-appropriate comedy sets

Standup Comedy at Sacramento Punch Line (Up to 76% Off)

Sacramento Punch Line Sacramento

Sacramento Punch Line

$74 $18

Nationally touring comedians headline Thursdays, Fridays, and Sundays, including Steve Byrne, Shaun Latham and Fortune Feimster

Standup at Rooster T. Feathers Comedy Club, Thursdays–Sundays (Up to 78% Off)

Rooster T. Feathers Comedy Club

Rooster T. Feathers Comedy Club

$40 $12

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Comedians seen on late night talk shows, network sitcoms, and Last Comic Standing star on stage

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Zambur Bar & Grill's masterful menu makers welcome visitors by handing them plates filled with kebabs, seafood, pub fare, and more. Begin the tasting session with sambosa, a puffy pastry indwelt by spicy potato eats ($4.95). Or, promise your mouth hot wings ($5.95), but then surprise it instead with battered crab cakes ($6.95) paired with a frothy brew from Zambur's full bar.

1985 Willow Pass Rd
Concord,
CA
US

Hookahs are designed with hanging out in mind: the slowly-burning patty encourages users to sit and chat for a while as they draw slow breaths. Wicked Mirage's comfortable atmosphere, therefore, is the perfect complement to its ornate water pipes. With weekly poetry readings and frequent game-watching sessions, the lounge's calendar seems to have something for everyone?though many just opt for a simple night with friends or a complicated night with enemies. When it's time to inhale, patrons consult a 70-flavor shisha menu. Its varieties include classic smoke flavors, like jasmine and lemon-mint, as well as more inventive blends, like Wicked Candy's sorbet melon and "Pirate's Cove."

3425 Chestnut Ave.
Concord,
CA
US

In the kaleidoscopic glow of ubiquitous neon lights, a bartender stirs blood orange vodka martinis for four guests at a table laden with tapas dishes. A DJ from Las Vegas spins progressive house music, sending bass thrumming through the entire club. This is a nightly scene at the ultra modern Redux Lounge, which gracefully blurs the line between hot nightclub and elegant tapas restaurant. In the afternoons before Redux shape shifts into a club, the kitchen grills seafood, tapas, and kebabs, often pairing them with one of Redux' house wines or martinis. At 10:00 p.m., the party starts. Disc jockeys fly in on magic carpets from LA, Las Vegas, San Francisco to spin tunes spanning the last 70 years of pop music. Redux' intelligent LED lighting system syncs up with every syncopation, flashing over the dance floor to the beat of the music. Outside on two heated outdoor patios, barkeeps mix gourmet cocktails for lounging guests. The kitchen stays open until close (2 a.m.) to fuel private parties in VIP areas and excited cheers in the sports lounge. Caterers also rush out through the bustling lounge, toting drinks and food to special events.

1411 Locust St
Walnut Creek,
CA
US

The two chefs at Cypress rely on more than following great recipes when crafting their fine French foods. They meticulously prepare every batch of béarnaise sauce and pot of coq au vin using sustainable, organic California ingredients as often as they can. They also take pride in their artful, festive presentation, serving their dishes tableside style on gueridons whenever possible and Cirque du Soleil style when they remember to bring their leotards. Servers, meanwhile, toss salads, sizzle up new york steaks with brandy, and ignite strawberry flambés.

1388 Locust St
Walnut Creek,
CA
US

Linger at one of The New Ristorante Forli's tables long enough, and owners Gabriele Davanzante or Russ Belleci might sidle up to the table to tell a joke or spontaneously burst into an Old Italian song. Flourishes like these imbue The New Ristorante Forli with the aura of a traditional Italian trattoria. In addition to a pair of jovial Italian hosts, The New Ristorante Forli cements its status as a cultural bastion by plating classic dishes such as osso bucco and braised lamb shank. Tuscan chianti and California pinot grigio punctuate the restaurant’s extensive wine list. Additionally, dining companions can cast aside games of napkin peek-a-boo and dance to live music on Friday and Saturday nights.

3160 Danville Blvd
Alamo,
CA
US

Piano Fuerte Cigar Lounge summons smoky satisfaction from its large selection of imported and domestic cigars, including brands such as Rocky Patel, Arturo Fuente, Joya De Nicaragua, and 601. For Grouchos and Grants seeking custom blends, Piano Fuerte offers up its private label, PF brand cigars, with the smokes hand-rolled by a Miami cigarsmith. PF cigar blends include the Sonata Toro ($5), the Bravo Torpedo ($6), and the Liga Reserve Robusto ($7.50). In addition to cigars, Piano Fuerte also stocks a bevy of smoking accessories. Threaten scarecrows with a Xikar Executive lighter ($24.99), double up flame potential with a Tiger dual-torch lighter ($19.99), or prepare for cooking the world’s largest s’more with the Tiger triple-torch lighter ($24.99). Cuban Crafters humidors ($20–$130) are also available.

333 Merchant St
Vacaville,
CA
US