Both laughter and tears can be cathartic, but only laughter is OK in front of your dog. Laugh until you cry with this GrouponLive deal to Off The Hook Comedy Club within Captain Brien’s Seafood & Raw Bar in Marco Island. For $45, you get a comedy show and dinner for two (up to a $91.96 total value), which includes:
- Two general-admission tickets to a regular comedy show (a $40 value, including ticketing fees). Tickets are not valid for special engagements or holiday weekends.
- One order of onion rings or two caesar salads (up to a $15.98 value)
- Two entrees, with a choice between the beer-battered fish ‘n’ chips or grilled chicken breast (up to a $35.98 value)<p>
Off The Hook Comedy Club hosts nationally touring standup comics during sidesplitting evenings of unabashed laughter and delectable dining. Its oncoming stampede of funny people includes Bret Ernst (May 17–20), whose goodnatured, yet belligerent, jeremiads have appeared on Vince Vaughn’s Wild West Comedy Show and his very own Comedy Central half-hour special. Christina Pazsitzky (June 7–10), a longtime writer on Chelsea Lately, disarms even the most grimfaced of guests with charming, self-deprecating forays into her eating habits and married life.
Show-goers let out belly laughs amid Captain Brien’s nautical-themed interior, where they’ll find wood-paneled walls, colorful buoys, and the fishing net that famously caught the elusive Billy Ocean. The eatery’s freshly caught seafood is flown in every day from New England, tricking out the menu with a host of piscine delights. The full dinner opens with a choice between salad and onion rings before letting hungry patrons dig into beer-battered fish ‘n’ chips or key-lime-marinated chicken.
ROW Seafood By Captain Brien & Crew
Captain Brien insists on having fresh fish flown in every day. That’s because ROW Seafood By Captain Brien & Crew is an homage to his Massachusetts origins and New England's culinary traditions. Each day, the captain and his crew survey the fresh catches arriving from New England fishing fleets, hand selecting local grouper, haddock, and scallops used to make their signature dishes.