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Michael W.
Report | 4 days ago
My recommendation is to get there as early as you can (doors open an hour before showtime) to get a good seat!
Ryan L.
Report | a month ago
Fix the seating it was a terrible layout very cramped and uncomfortable chairs
Emily D.
Report | 2 months ago
Call ahead to make a reservation! Makes checking in a lot faster!
Kolby S.
Report | 4 months ago
show up early prior to the show to get good seating and good Service
D B.
Report | 5 months ago
Get there early!
Michal K. .
Report | 5 months ago
The bar tender is horrible the blonde guy up front. So rude and I find it strange that I ordered the same drink in the show as I did at the bar up front and it cost 2$ more up front. He also acted annoyed with us for buying drinks.... um your a bartender. Id let it go but hes like that every time we go and hes been there for years. I herd there is a new comedy club in town. We stopped ordering drinks because of his attitude. But the rest of the staff is always great. To bad one bad apple has to sour our group of 9s time .
Samantha L.
Report | 5 months ago
Get there an hour early!!!
Shirley M.
Report | 5 months ago
Comics are good and food is ok. Drinks are terrible - margarita was sickly sweet syrup and ice, Long Island iced tea was bad too - Stick to a bottled product.
Ron D.
Report | 5 months ago
Come early
Report | 5 months ago
It was great!
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With locations dotted along the country, Funny Bone Comedy Clubs host local and nationally touring comedians plucked from sources such as Comedy Central and Last Comic Standing. Over the past three decades, these hallowed stages have served as a launching pad for up-and-comers and have been graced by the likes of Ellen DeGeneres, Kathleen Madigan, Jim Breuer, and the clown from It, who is no longer welcome at birthday parties. Funny Bone Comedy Clubs stay involved in their respective communities by also hosting numerous charitable functions, magic shows, and children?s comedy.

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