It was a great show, loved the comic last night. Next time I would buy appies instead of doing dinner and a show. I would not pay 20$ for the entrees and salad full price. Wouldn't be worth it. However that being said the food is better thrn yuk yuk's.
The Groupon deal was definitely worth it. We had the ribs which my daughter and I both enjoyed. The host was a little lacking in the comedy act but all in all it was a cheap night out.
The food is just okay, but the evening out is fun. Bring money as you will have to pay the tax and leave a tip!
The food was unexpectedly delicious. A fun occasion.
Great comic, Food was OK, great service.
The place is very run down and the bathroom is disgusting flooded water all over with a stank smell. A total dump. the food tonight was cracker jack box
The comedians were funny - the food was mediocre but edible. Be aware that they charge you tax on the value of the groupon when you attend.
We went to an earlier show and the food and stand up was great, but the crowd was pretty sparse. Maybe go to a later show? And definitely come closer to show time than door open.
From Our Editors
At The Comedy Cave, laughter and food go together like a setup and an expertly timed punchline about the family dog. Local and nationally touring comedians—many of whom have honed their chops on late-night television—perform six nights a week. Between laughs, audiences dig into hearty comfort fare, such as slow-cooked ribs and classic poutine. The club’s homey charm makes it a fitting spot for a private bachelor party, fundraiser, or holiday get-together.
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